The most home runs by an individual in a World Series during the 1970s was 5 by Reggie Jackson of the New York Yankees during the 1977 World Series. That same series Jackson also hit the most home runs in a single world series game during the 1970s with 3.
The individual that hit the most home runs in a 1970's World Series was Reggie Jackson of the New York Yankees who hit 5 in the 1977 World Series.
Jackson and UtleyReggie Jackson hit 5 home runs during the 1977 World Series, and Chase Utley hit 5 home runs during the 2009 World Series.
Mickey Mantle of the New York Yankees hit 18 World Series home runs during his career.
11 home runs ***During a "series" not a game. I know the Giants had 14 one year....
during home opener the following season
The Philadelphia Phillies hit 11 home runs, and the New York Yankees hit 6 home runs during the 2009 World Series. The Yankees won the series 4 games to 2.
The record for most home runs hit during a World Series is 5, held by Reggie Jackson and Chase Utley.
Ty Cobb played in a total of 17 games during the 1907, 1908, and the 1909 World Series. He did not hit any home Runs.