Sandy Alomar Jr. of the Cleveland Indians homered off New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera in Game 4 of the 1997 American League Division Series. The Indians went on to play in the World Series.
Bernie Williams has 22 career postseason home runs, second only to Manny Ramirez with 29.
Only Mariano Rivera is the only person utilizing that number.
Through games played on June 30, 2009 only three batters have hit two home runs off of Rivera ... Edgar Martinez, Rafael Palmiero, and Aubrey Huff. The Baltimore Orioles have hit the most home runs off of him (10).
Mattingly's one and only postseason home run came in the 6th inning of Game 2 of the 1995 ALDS against the Seattle Mariners played on October 4, 1995.
In the 2009 MLB season, only Mariano Rivera of the New York Yankees wears #42.
In Arsenal there are only a few home players majority are French about 16 players are foreign.
No, the only home runs that would count towards career home runs are thise hit in regular season games. Home runs for all star games and postseason games are kept as separate statistics.
In Major League Baseball, teams may expand their active rosters to 40 players on Sept. 1, this includes for the playoffs as well. In the playoffs however you can only have 25 active players, the reason 40 players are on your roster is because unlike in the regular season you cannot move players to/from your minor league teams during the playoffs.
1985 was the last time the Kansas City Royals made the postseason. The only World Series Championship won for the franchise.
Since MLB went to divisional play in 1969, the only team that went undefeated in the postseason was the 1976 Cincinnati Reds who swept the Phillies in the NLCS and the Yankees in the World Series.
Jorge Posada, Derek Jeter, Mariano Rivera with the Yankees. Chipper Jones with the Braves. Helton with the Rockies (but only since 1997). could be more but that's all i can think of.