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dominik
05-07-2010, 08:54 AM
Who is the greatest postseason player for you?

some candidates are:

-babe ruth:
-41 games
-167 PA
-15 HR
-0.326 BA
-1.200 ops(around 200 OPS+ I think)

Mariano rivera:
-88 games
-133 IP!(half of a starters full season, did any pitcher get more in the POs?)
-0,74 era
-39 saves

does anyone have more advanced stats like WS or something?

Dto7
05-07-2010, 09:26 AM
Don't know what you looking for,but check this for post season leaders in batting and pitching.
http://www.baseball-reference.com/postseason/WS_batting.shtml

dgarza
05-07-2010, 09:37 AM
Don't know what you looking for,but check this for post season leaders in batting and pitching.
http://www.baseball-reference.com/postseason/WS_batting.shtmlThis is for WS only. There is a total Post Season list as well.

RuthMayBond
05-07-2010, 09:39 AM
You might want these

http://www.baseball-reference.com/postseason/Playoffs_batting.shtml

http://www.baseball-reference.com/postseason/Playoffs_pitching.shtml

dgarza
05-07-2010, 10:04 AM
I'll give this a shot.

1. Mariano Rivera = 0.74 - 8-1 - 0.773 WHIP - 133.1 IP

2. Babe Ruth = 0.87 - 3-0 - 0.935 - 31 IP
2. Babe Ruth = .326 / .467 / .744 - 1.211 OPS - 167 PA

3. Carlos Beltran = .366 / .485 / .817 - 1.302 OPS - 101 PA

4. Lou Gehrig = .361 / .477 / .731 - 1.208 OPS - 150 PA

5. Troy Glaus = .338 / .417 / .797 - 1.214 OPS - 84 PA

6. Bobby Brown = .439 / .500 / .707 - 1.207 OPS - 46 PA

7. Curt Schilling = 2.23 - 11-2 - 0.968 WHIP - 133.1 IP

8. Christy Mathewson = 0.97 - 5-5 - 0.836 WHIP - 101.2 IP

9. Willie Aikens = .375 / .490 / .725 - 1.215 OPS - 40 PA

10. Sandy Koufax = 0.95 - 4-3 - 0.825 WHIP - 57 IP

11. Pepper Martin = .418 / .467 / .636 - 1.103 OPS - 60 PA

12. Jose Offerman = .400 / .491 / .533 - 1.024 OPS - 53 PA

13. John Smoltz = 2.67 - 15-4 - 1.144 WHIP - 209 IP

14. Ichiro Suzuki = .421 / .488 / .474 - 0.962 OPS - 43 PA

15. Lefty Gomez = 2.85 - 6-0 - 1.311 WHIP - 50.1 IP

16. Sean Casey = .410 / .439 / .692 - 1.131 OPS - 41 PA

17. Monte Pearson = 1.01 - 4-0 - 0.729 WHIP - 35.2 IP

18. Fernando Valenzuela = 1.98 - 5-1 - 1.225 WHIP - 63.2 IP

19. Carlos Delgado = .351 / .442 / .757 - 1.199 OPS - 43 PA

20. Juan Gonzalez = .290 / .333 / .742 - 1.075 OPS - 66 PA

HM. Fred Lynn = .407 / .450 / .593 - 1.043 OPS - 54 PA

dominik
05-07-2010, 10:04 AM
You might want these

http://www.baseball-reference.com/postseason/Playoffs_batting.shtml

http://www.baseball-reference.com/postseason/Playoffs_pitching.shtml

thanks.
who do you think is the greatest postseason player?

RuthMayBond
05-07-2010, 10:38 AM
thanks.
who do you think is the greatest postseason player?
No way to beat the combined Bambino

Dto7
05-07-2010, 11:54 AM
This is for WS only. There is a total Post Season list as well.

You can look at all the post season batting and pitchng on that page.

KHenry14
05-07-2010, 11:59 AM
One wonders how Koufax and Mathewson lost any games in the WS with those stats...

Gee Walker
05-07-2010, 03:25 PM
Lou Brock played in three World Series during the pitching-dominated 1960's. In these 21 games he had 92 plate appearances, giving him a batting line of .391/.424/.655. To top it all off, he stole 14 bases and was only caught twice.

A batting line like that during the late 1960's????