Many players have won four World Series ... all most all of them played for the New York Yankees. Babe Ruth and Derek Jeter have won four World Series. Yogi Berra won the most as a player with 10, all with the Yankees. Mickey Mantle won 7 with the Yankees. Frank Crosetti was on 6 Yankee World Series winning teams as a player and 10 as a coach. The Yankees won 5 straight World Series between 1949-1953 and four straight between 1936-1939.
The player that won the most World Series rings is Yogi Berra with 10. Joe DiMaggio won 9 and Bill Dickey, Phil Rizzuto, Frank Crosetti, and Lou Gehrig won 8 each. Click on the 'Players with the Most Rings' link below to see the list of players that have been on the most World Series winning teams.
No, but speedy outfielder Lonnie Smith came closest. He was a member of three World Series champions in the 1980s -- the 1980 Philadelphia Phillies, the 1982 St. Louis Cardinals and the 1985 Kansas City Royals. In 1991, he was on the squad of the Atlanta Braves team that lost the World Series in seven games to the Minnesota Twins.
Joe DiMaggio of the New York Yankees has won 9 rings. The only player that won more was Yogi Berra who won 10.
There is no limit to the amount of quarterbacks a team can have. you can have a full roster of nothing but Quarterbacks, but that wouldn't be very wise. most teams have about 3 or 4 QBs on their roster/practice squad.
Tom Brady and Ben Roethlisberger are the two quarterbacks that have the best winning percentage in their first 4 years in the NFL. Ben Roethlisberger has the fourth highest career winning percentage as a quarterback.