Yogi Berra has the most career World Series at bats with 259, and 295 plate appearances
Lou gehrig 361 This is the answer to another question: Which player, with 100 or more at bats, has the highest World Series batting average?
Lou Boudreau. Boudreau was player/manager of the 1948 Cleveland Indians that defeated the Boston Braves in the World Series. He batted .273 in the 1948 World Series on 6 hits in 22 at bats.
In game 1 of the 1996 World Series, Andruw Jones became the second player in World Series history to hit a home run in his first two at bats. In the 1st inning off of Andy Pettitte;in the 2nd inning off of Brian Boehringer.
Lou Gehrig .361Lou Gehrig had a .361 average with 119 World Series at bats.
Outfielder Tsuyoshi Shinjo, born in Osaka, with the San Francisco Giants in the 2002 World Series. He appeared in three games and had 1 hit in 6 at bats. Obviously, he is also the first Japanese born player to get a base hit in the World Series.
Yogi Berra with 259 at bats.
Lou Gehrig (.361 batting average).Lou Gehrig had a .361 average with 119 at bats in world series games.Check out the site below.http://www.baseball-reference.com/players/g/gehrilo01.shtml
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Mickey Mantle had 230 postseason (World Series) at bats.
Babe Ruth hit 15 home runs in 41 World Series games and 129 World Series at bats.
Lou Gehrig had a .361 average with 119 at bats in world series games.Check out the site below.http://www.baseball-reference.com/players/g/gehrilo01.shtml
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Willie Mays played in four World Series: 1) 1951 - 22 at bats, 2 strikeouts 2) 1954 - 14 at bats, 1 strikeout 3) 1955 - 28 at bats, 5 strikeouts 4) 1973 - 7 at bats, 1 strikeout Willie Mays struckout 9 times in 71 World Series at bats.
.321 World Series Batting AverageThrough 2010, Derek Jeter played in 7 World Series, and has a lifetime World Series batting average of .321, 50 hits in 156 at bats.
Lou Gehrig had a .361 average with 119 at bats in world series games.http://www.baseball-reference.com/players/g/gehrilo01.shtml
Yogi Berra, who had 71 base hits in 259 World Series at bats for a .274 batting average.
The only Canadian born player on either of Toronto's two World Series championship teams (1992, 1993) was utility outfielder Rob Butler who played in the 1993 Series (2 games, 2 at bats, 1 hit, 1 run scored). He was born in East York, Ontario.
Yes, for the 1971 World Series against the Baltimore Orioles. His batting average was .414 (12 hits in 29 at bats) with 2 HRs.
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