Through the 2008 season, for a player that played his entire career in the National League that would be Stan Musial of the St. Louis Cardinals who had 475 career home runs but never led the National League in home runs for a season. His highest season ranking was a 2nd place in 1949 when he hit 36 home runs. Ralph Kiner of the Pirates led the NL that season with 54.
Mickey Mantle Holds the Record for career World Series home runs with 18.
The record for most home runs hit during a World Series is 5, held by Reggie Jackson and Chase Utley.
Jim Palmer of the Baltimore Orioles holds the record among pitchers. He earned his first World Series championship in 1966 when he was 20 years old. His last World Series championship occurred 17 years later, when the Orioles won the 1983 Fall Classic.
Through the 2008 season, that would be Reggie Jackson of the New York Yankees who hit 5 HRs in the 1977 Series.
The most World Series home runs for a career is 18 by Mickey Mantle from 1951 to 1964. The most homers in a single Series is five, jointly held by Reggie Jackson of the New York Yankees (in 1977) and Chase Utley of the Philadelphia Phillies (in 2009).
The New York Yankees hold this honor. They are actually ranked first and second for this achievement. They won five World Series from 1949 to 1953. They had earlier won four World Series from 1936 to 1939.
Mickey Mantle holds the record for most home runs hit in the World Series with 18.
Mickey Mantle with 42 runs scored in 12 World Series.
Mickey Mantle holds the record for career World Series home runs with 18.
The most strikeouts by a pitcher in a World Series game is 17 by Bob Gibson of the St. Louis Cardinals in Game 1 of the 1968 World Series against the Detroit Tigers.
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Mickey Mantle of the New York Yankees with 18.