In a single postseason game, Buffalo WR Eric Moulds gained 240 yards vs. Miami, 1998
Ricky Watters when he was a running back for the San Francisco 49ers. He scored 5 touchdowns in a single postseason game in the 1993 NFC.
Sandy Alomar holds the record for most postseason RBIs in a single season with 19, set in 1997.
As of 2009, Bernie Williams holds the record for most home runs hit in a single postseason by a New York Yankee with 6, in 1996.
Alfonso Soriano holds the record for most strikeouts by a batter in a single postseason with 26 set in 2003.
As of 2009, Darin Erstad, and Marquis Grissom holds the record for the most hits in a single postseason with 25. Erstad did it in 2002, and Grissom in 1995.
Barry Bonds holds the record for most postseason home runs in a single season with 8, set in 2002.
Alex Rodriguez in 2009 and Bernie Williams in 1996 both are tied with 6 home runs in a single postseason.
Barry Bonds - 8 HR
Barry Bonds in 2002 for the San Francisco Giants and Carlos Beltran in 2004 for the Houston Astros both hit a record eight home runs in a single postseason.
1,219 yards by Eli "the elite" Manning
Carlos Beltran, Houston Astros with 8
As of 2009, Bernie Williams holds the record for most home runs hit in a single postseason by a New York Yankee with 6, in 1996
Larry Fitzgerald does. He recently broke Jerry Rice's record of 409 by recording 419 in the same amount of games.
Bernie Williams, who hit six home runs in the 1996 postseason.Rodriguez's homer was his fifth of this postseason, tying him for second most in Yankees history in a single postseason behind Bernie Williams, who hit six in 1996. http://newyork.yankees.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20091020&content_id=7508478&vkey=news_nyy&fext=.jsp&c_id=nyy
Barry Bonds hit the most postseason home runs in a single season with 8 in 2002.
Tim Lincecum who won 4 games in the 2010 playoffs/World Series.
The single postseason batting average leader is Lloyd McClendon with 16 plate appearances, he batted .727 in the 1992 postseason.
Most RBIs in a single postseason, 21.
In a highschool game