Derek Jeter has the most career postseason games played with 138.
As of the start of the 2007 postseason, Bernie Williams had played the most postseason games in MLB history with 121. However, Derek Jeter had played 119 games in the postseason and, barring injury, will pass Williams for the #1 spot if he plays 3 games in the 2007 postseason.
As of 2009, Derek Jeter has the most career postseason hits with 175.
There are 162 not including spring training and the postseason.
Most RBIs in a single postseason, 21.
Bernie Williams is second on the career postseason hits list with 128.
The MLB season consists of 2430 games (162 per team). This does not include the postseason playoffs which can add up to 20 additional games.
Alfonso Soriano holds the record for most strikeouts by a batter in a single postseason with 26 set in 2003.
Manny Ramirez holds the record for most career postseason home runs with 29.
Yogi Berra of the New York Yankees played in 75 World Series games, the most in MLB history.
There have actually been thousands of Major League Baseball games in history. In fact, most MLB games are played without errors.
Pete Rose, who played in 3,562 games in his career.
Win enough games to win their division over the 3 or 4 other teams.
Through the 2010 season ... 1) Manny Ramirez - 111 playoff games 2) Chipper Jones - 92 3) Andruw Jones - 75 4) David Ortiz - 66
Peter Rose played in 3,562 games, the most in MLB history.
There was 868 major league baseball games decided by one run, in 2007. 16 games of the 868 were in the postseason.
No. Since 2008 a new rule states that all playoff games shall be played to completion, regardless of the inning or score at the time play was suspended.
Cal Ripken Jr. played in 3001 total MLB games, including an unbelievable 2632 consecutively.Pete Rose played in 3562 MLB games.
As of the start of the 2007 playoffs, the longest winning streak in a single postseason is 8 games and is held by the 2004 Boston Red Sox and the 2005 Chicago White Sox. The Reds also won Game 7 in '75 and swept all 7 games in the '76 postseason.