Derek Jeter holds the record for most career games played in the postseason with 138.
There are 2 Wildcards in Major League Baseball, one in each league. The wildcard team -- the team with the best record that did not win the division -- gets to join the division winners in the postseason.
As of 2009, Andy Pettitte holds the record for most career postseason wins with 18.
Halladay's record in postseason is 2-1. His first year in the postseason was 2010.
The 1998 New York Yankees, with 125 including their 11-1 postseason record. The most wins in the regular season was achieved twice with 116: by the Chicago Cubs in 1906 and the Seattle Mariners in 2001.
As of the 2009 World Series, the New York Yankees is the MLB team that has been in the playoffs the most times at 48.
Bernie Williams 22 Postseason Home RunsAs of 2009, Bernie Williams has the most career postseason home runs as a new York Yankee with 22. Williams is second all time in Major League Baseball behind Manny Ramirez who holds the record for most career postseason home runs with 29. Mickey Mantle holds the all time record for most World Series home runs with 18.
There all time postseason record is 17-18.
The Dallas Cowboys hold the record for most postseason appearences with 28. They also hold the record for most postseason games played with 54.
Mariano Rivera's record in the postseason is 8-1 with 42 saves.
As of the 2007 postseason, the record is held by John Smoltz who has pitched 207 innings in the postseason.
The Mets' most wins in the regular season is 108 (with 54 losses), in 1986. Including the postseason the Mets won 116 that year, which at the time stood as the highest total since the 1906 Cubs. This accomplishment is somewhat misleading (and therefore widely ignored). Before 1969 there was no League Championship Series, and in 1975 (when the Reds won 108 regular season games, the LCS, and the World Series) the LCS was a best of 5 series. The 1998 Yankees, with the benefit of 3 postseason rounds, managed a remarkable 125-50 record including the postseason. They went 114-48 in the regular season and 11-2 in the postseason.
It was Cole Hamels, who was named Most Valuable Player of the National League Championship Series and the World Series. He posted a 4-0 record during the postseason.
Jerry Rice holds the record of most touchdown receptions in NFL postseason history with 22 touchdowns in the postseason
Manny Ramirez holds the record for most career postseason home runs with 29.
There are three divisions in each the American and National League. Four teams make the playoffs in each league. The winner of each division plays in the postseason, and the team with the best record in ecah league that came in second place wins the Wild card spot in the playoffs.
Through the 2012 season, Ben Roethlisberger's postseason record is 10-4.
In 1998, the Yankees regular season record was 114-48. They finished the postseason with a record of 11-2.
Bernie Williams holds the record for most career postseason RBIs with 80.
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Sandy Alomar holds the record for most postseason RBIs in a single season with 19, set in 1997.
He has a postseason record of 5-7, which includes a Game 4 World Series victory in 2004 when he was a member of the Boston Red Sox.
By the winners of each division and one wildcard team from each league. Wildcard team faces the best record team in each league unless the team with the best record and the wildcard team are from the same division. In that case, the wildcard team plays the divisional winner with the next best record.
Through 2010, 7-4. Sabathia is 4-1 in the League Division Series, 3-2 in the League Championship Series, and 0-1 in the World Series.