Who holds the record for the most hits in a World Series?

Who holds the record for the most hits in a World Series?

All-time and Single-Season World Series Batting Leaders

Rank. Player
1. Billy Hatcher • 1990 WS .800
2. David Ortiz • 2013 WS .760
3. Lou Gehrig • 1928 WS .706
4. Barry Bonds • 2002 WS .700

Who hit 56 games in a row?

Joe DiMaggio
Since 1941, Joe DiMaggio has stood alone in Major League history, having strung together his iconic 56-game hitting streak. Below is a list of every player to hit in at least 30 consecutive games.

What is the MLB record for hits in consecutive games?

Major League Baseball

Player Games Year(s)
Joe DiMaggio 56 1941
Willie Keeler 45 1896-1897
Pete Rose 44 1978
Bill Dahlen 42 1894

Who has hit a grand slam in the World Series?

As reported by baseball-reference.com, Adam Duvall is only the 19th player in MLB history to hit a grand slam in a World Series game. Most recently, Chicago Cubs infielder Addison Russell landed a grand slam against the Cleveland Indians during Game 6 of the 2016 World Series.

Who has hit the most home runs in a single World Series?

Willie Mays also hit a home run in the game for the San Francisco Giants at age 40. Which brings us to the most famous three homer game: Reggie Jackson’s in the 1977 World Series. That clinching Game 6 went a long way toward establishing Jackson as “Mr. October” and gave him five homers in the series — a record.

What record did Joe DiMaggio break?

During the 1941 Major League Baseball (MLB) season, New York Yankees center fielder Joe DiMaggio recorded at least one hit in 56 consecutive games, breaking the MLB record for the longest hitting streak. His run lasted from May 15 to July 16, during which he had a . 408 batting average.

What record did Joe DiMaggio set?

56 consecutive games
Joe DiMaggio holds the Major League Baseball record with a streak of 56 consecutive games in 1941 which began on May 15 and ended July 17. DiMaggio hit . 408 during his streak (91-for-223), with 15 home runs and 55 runs batted in.

What is the longest no hit streak in MLB history?

That record currently belongs to former Cleveland Indian Tony Bernazard, who had 57 hitless plate appearances in 1984. Davis’ unfortunate streak dates back to last season. His most recent hit was a double on Sept. 14 in a loss to the Chicago White Sox.

What’s the longest win streak in MLB history?

26 straight wins
The longest winning streak in MLB history is a contentious topic. The 1916 New York Giants technically hold the record at 26 straight wins, but it came with an unofficial tie during the run.

Who has hit the most home runs?

Barry Bonds
Career Leaders & Records for Home Runs

Rank Player (yrs, age) Home Runs
1. Barry Bonds (22) 762
2. Henry Aaron+ (23) 755
3. Babe Ruth+ (22) 714
4. Alex Rodriguez (22) 696

Who has the most grand slams in major league history?

But in case you were curious, here are the owners of the most career grand slams in Major League history.

  • Alex Rodriguez: 25. The Majors’ all-time leader in grand slams spread his damage far and wide.
  • Lou Gehrig: 23.
  • Manny Ramirez: 21.
  • Eddie Murray: 19.
  • 5 (tie). Willie McCovey and Robin Ventura: 18.
  • 7 (tie).
  • 8 (tie).

Who hit 3 home runs in one World Series?

Pablo Sandoval, Giants – 2012 World Series, Game 1 Only four players have ever hit three home runs in a single World Series game. The first three are either in the Hall of Fame or soon will be: Babe Ruth, who did it twice, Reggie Jackson and Albert Pujols. And then there’s the Giants’ lovable Kung Fu Panda.