Gordie Howe holds the record for most career games played.
Pete Rose with 3,562 games played.
Carl Yastrzemski holds the record for most career games played with the Boston Red Sox with 3,308.
Pete Rose, who played in 3,562 games in his career.
Derek Jeter holds the record for most career games played in the postseason with 138.
The Major League Baseball player who holds the career record for the most games played is Pete Rose who has played in 3,562 games, the player who has grounded into the double plays in their career is Cal Ripken, Jr. who has grounded into 350 double plays and the player who holds the career record with having the most assists is Elvis Andrus who has recorded 516 in his career.
Christian Laettner (Duke 1989-1882) played in 23 NCAA tournament games. Bobby Hurley (Duke 1990-1993) played in 20 games.
Pete Rose, who played from 1963 to 1986, appeared in a record 3,562 games in his career.
Mickey Mantle holds the Yankees franchise record for games played with 2,401. Mickey played from 1951-1968.
Chipper Jones has the most career postseason games played for a National League player with 92.