As of 2009, Bernie Williams is second in career postseason hits with 128.
As of 2009, Derek Jeter has the most career postseason hits with 175.
Ty Cobb has the second most hits in MLB history. He played from 1905 until 1928 and had over 4,000 hits during his career.
Derek Jeter has the most career postseason games played with 138.
Most RBIs in a single postseason, 21.
Alfonso Soriano holds the record for most strikeouts by a batter in a single postseason with 26 set in 2003.
Derek Jeter has 153 career postseason hits. The single-season record is shared by Darin Erstad, who got 25 hits in the 2002 playoffs, and Marquis Grissom who did the same in 1995.
Manny Ramirez holds the record for most career postseason home runs with 29.
John Smoltz with 15 has the most wins in pitching. Andy Pettitte (14), Tom Glavine (14), Roger Clemens (12), Greg Maddux (11).
272 in the regular season and 4 in the postseason. In his MLB career, Maddux had 272 hits in 1591 at bats for a .171 batting average in the regular season and 4 hits in 55 at bats for a .073 batting average in the postseason.
Chipper Jones, Derek Jeter, David Ortiz
Derek Jeter (aka Mr. November) holds the record for most postseason appearances. He's played in 158 postseason games with a .309 career postseason batting average. The New York Yankees have made it to the postseason every year since Jeter joined the team, with the exceptions of 2008 and 2013.
Only the second-place teams with the best records in each league make the playoffs as wild cards.
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.
Through August 9, 2014, Derek Jeter has 3,431career base hits. He is in 6th place on the MLB all-time list, and is the active leader in hits. He also has 200career postseason hits, which is the most in MLB history.* Jeter has announced that he will retire following the 2014 season.
There have been two no hitters in the postseason of MLB baseball. Most recently, Roy Halladay threw a no hitter against the Cincinnati Reds on October 6, 2010.
As of the 2007 postseason, the record is held by John Smoltz who has pitched 207 innings in the postseason.
Los Angeles had both the angels and dodgers in the postseason.
Written in the stars
2nd most career hits in MLB history is 4,189 by Ty Cobb. First is 4,256 by Pete Rose.
Christy Mathewson, Hall of Fame pitcher with the New York Giants, is MLB's all time postseason shutout leader with 4. After Josh Beckett's shutout in Game 1 of the 2007 ALDS series with the Angels, he is tied for second place all time with Whitey Ford and Mordecai (Three Finger) Brown with 3 postseason shutouts.