Among players with
There is no universally accepted minimum number of games or at bats for this distinction. Baseball Almanac only recognized players with a minimum of 50 At Bats, and therefore recognizes Pepper Martin (who played for the Cards in the 1928, 1931, and 1934 World Series) and Paul Molitor (1982 Brewers, 1993 Blue Jays). They each went 23 for 55 for a .418 average.
Baseball Digest required a minimum of 20 games, and therefore recognized Lou Brock, who hit .391 (87 at-bats, 34 hits) for the Cardinals in 1964, 1967 and 1968.
The highest batting average in a series is held by Billy Hatcher, who hit .750 in the Reds' sweep of the A's in 1990. The record in series of 5 games or more .500, and is shared by many players.
because the world series
The highest average for batters who appeared in all six games of the Series was posted by Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter, who hit .407 (11 hits in 27 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
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?
The New York Yankees had a team batting average of .247 in the 2009 World Series and the Philadelphia Phillies had a team batting average of .227
LF Tito Landrum at .360 (9 hits in 25 at bats).
Yogi Berra has a World Series Career batting average of .274
He is 5 time World Series MVP, he has more hits than any Yankee, and is on the top 20. He has one of the highest batting average for a Yankee. He is Captain Clutch and Mr. November, and there is a lot of other factors.
Ricky Ledee of the New York Yankees in the 1998 World Series at .600. He went 6 for 10 with 3 doubles, 2 walks, 4 RBIs, and a sacrifice fly.
As a team the New York Yankees had a 306 average team batting average.