Center fielder Bernie Williams.
Ted Williams was in only one World Series in 1946. He batted 0.200
Matt Williams. Williams played with the San Francisco Giants in the 1989 World Series, Cleveland Indians in the 1997 World Series, and Arizona Diamondbacks in the 2001 World Series.
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Bernie Williams has hit the most postseason homeruns for the Yankees with 22. Mickey Mantle has hit the most World Series homeruns in baseball history with 18.
Lefty Williams and George Frazier with 3 each. Williams, of the 1919 Chicago White Sox, was one of the players accused of throwing the 1919 World Series to the Cincinnati Reds. The 1919 World Series was a best 5 of 9 instead of a best 4 of 7 like is played today. Frazier, of the 1981 New York Yankees, is the only pitcher to lose 3 games in a best 4 of 7 World Series.
There are 13 pitchers tied with 3 wins in a single world series. The last to do it was Randy Johnson in 2001.
Mickey Mantle with 18.This record was set over numerous series and should not be confused with most home runs in one single world series or in one single world series game.
Dick Williams. Williams managed the Boston Red Sox (1967), Oakland Athletics (1972 and 1973), and San Diego Padres (1984) to the World Series.