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World Series Single Game Records
(Complete through 2011 World Series)
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BATTING
Home RunsHits
 Player (Team, Year)NO. Player (Team, Year)NO.
Babe Ruth, NY Yankees (1926) 3 Paul Molitor, Milwaukee (1982) 5
Babe Ruth, NY Yankees (1928) 3 Albert Pujols, St. Louis (2011) 5
Reggie Jackson, NY Yankees (1977) 3
Albert Pujols, St. Louis (2011) 3
Total BasesRuns
 Player (Team, Year)NO. Player (Team, Year)NO.
Albert Pujols, St. Louis (2011) 14 Babe Ruth, NY Yankees (1926) 4
Babe Ruth, NY Yankees (1926) 12 Earle Combs, NY Yankees (1932) 4
Babe Ruth, NY Yankees (1928) 12 F. Crosetti, NY Yankees (1936) 4
Reggie Jackson, NY Yankees (1977) 12 Enos Slaughter, St Louis (1946) 4
Duke Snider, Brooklyn (1955) 10 R. Jackson, NY Yankees (1977) 4
Gary Carter, NY Mets (1986) 10 Kirby Puckett, Minnesota (1987) 4
Dave Henderson, Oakland (1989) 10 C. Lansford, Oakland (1989) 4
Lenny Dykstra, Phil (1993) 10 L. Dykstra, Philadelphia (1993) 4
Jeff Kent, San Francisco (2002) 4
Albert Pujols, St. Louis (2011) 4
Runs Batted InStolen Bases
 Player (Team, Year)NO. Player (Team, Year)NO.
B. Richardson, NY Yankees (1960) 6 Honus Wagner, Pittsburgh (1909) 3
Hideki Matsui, NY Yankees (2009) 6 Willie Davis, Los Angeles (1965) 3
Albert Pujols, St. Louis (2011) 6 Lou Brock, St. Louis (1967) 3
Bill Dickey, NY Yankees (1936) 5 Lou Brock, St. Louis (1968) 3
Tony Lazzeri, NY Yankees (1936) 5 B.J. Upton, Tampa Bay (2008) 3
Ted Kluszewski, Chi WSox (1959) 5
Mickey Mantle, NY Yankees (1960) 5
Hector Lopez, NY Yankees (1961) 5
Rusty Staub, NY Mets (1973) 5
Johnny Bench, Cincinnati (1976) 5
Reggie Jackson, NY Yankees (1977) 5
Davey Lopes, Los Angeles (1978) 5
Thurman Munson, NY Yankees (1978) 5
Pedro Guerrero, Los Angeles (1981) 5
Kirk Gibson, Detroit (1984) 5
Dan Gladden, Mimnnesota (1987) 5
David Justice, Atlanta (1991) 5
Milt Thompson, Philadelphia (1993) 5
Tony Fernandez, Toronto (1993) 5
Andruw Jones, Atlanta (1996) 5
Gary Sheffield, Florida (1997) 5
Danny Bautista, Arizona (2001) 5
Ryan Howard, Philadelphia (2008) 5
Back-to-Back Home RunsHome Run To Lead Off Game
 Players (Team, Year) Player (Team, Year)
G.Goslin/J.Harris, Washington (1925) Patsy Dougherty, Boston (1903)
B.Ruth/L.Gehrig, NY Yankees (1928) Davy Jones, Detroit (1909)
B.Ruth/L.Gehrig, NY Yankees (1932) Phil Rizzuto, NY Yankees (1942)
R.Maris/M.Mantle, NY Yankees (1964) Dale Mitchell, Cleveland (1948)
F.Robinson/B.Robinson, Baltimore (1966) Gene Woodling, NY Yankees (1953)
R.Smith/R.Petrocelli, Boston (1967) Al Smith, Cleveland (1954)
D.Concepcion/C.Geronimo, Cincinnati (1975) Billy Bruton, Milwaukee (1958)
T.Munson/R.Jackson, NY Yankees (1977) Lou Brock, St. Louis (1968)
P.Guerrero/S.Yeager, LA Dodgers (1981) Don Buford, Baltimore (1969)
D.Evans/R.Gedman, Boston (1986) Tommie Agee, NY Mets (1969)
M.Alou/C.Johnson, Florida (1997) Pete Rose, Cincinnati (1972)
T.Gwynn/G.Vaughn, San Diego (1998) Wayne Garrett, NY Mets (1973)
R.Sanders/D.Bell, San Francisco (2002) Davey Lopes, LA Dodgers (1978)
C.Utley/R.Howard, Philadelphia (2008) Lenny Dykstra, NY Mets (1986)
Rickey Henderson, Oakland (1989)
Derek Jeter, NY Yankees (2000)
Johnny Damon, Boston (2004)
Dustin Pedroia, Boston (2007)
Home Runs By A PitcherBase on Balls (4)
 Player (Team, Year) Player (Team)
Jim Bagby, Cleveland (1920) Fred Clarke, 1909
Rosy Ryan, NY Giants (1924) Doug DeCinces, 1979
Jack Bentley, NY Giants (1924) Dick Hobitzel, 1916
Jesse Haines, St. Louis (1926) Jackie Robinson, 1952
Bucky Walters, Cincinnati (1940) Babe Ruth, 1926
Lew Burdette, Milwaukee (1958) Ross Youngs, 1924
Mudcat Grant, Minnesota (1965)
Jose Santago, Boston (1967)
Bob Gibson, St. Louis (1967)
Mickey Lolich, Detroit (1968)
Bob Gibson, St. Louis (1968)
Dave McNally, Baltimore (1969)
Dave McNally, Baltimore (1970)
Ken Holtzman, Oakland (1974)
Joe Blanton, Philadelphia (2008)
PITCHING
Runs AllowedHits Allowed
 Player (Team, Year)NO. Player (Team, Year)NO.
Bill Kennedy, Pittsburgh (1903) 10 W. Johnson, Washington (1925) 15
Andy Coakley, Phil A's (1905) 9 W. Johnson, Washington (1924) 14
Mordecai Brown, Chi Cubs (1910) 9 Waite Hoyt, NY Yankees (1926) 14
Walter Johnson, Washington (1925) 9 Mike Caldwell, Milwaukee (1982) 14
StrikeoutsWalks
 Player (Team, Year)NO. Player (Team, Year)NO.
Bob Gibson, St. Louis (1968) 17 Bill Bevens, NY Yankees (1947) 10
Sandy Koufax, Los Angeles (1963) 15 J. Coombs, Phil A's (1910) 9
Carl Erskine, Los Angeles (1953) 14 Rex Barney, Los Angeles (1947) 9
Howard Ehmke, Philadelphia (1929) 13 Jim Hearn, NY Giants (1951) 8
Bob Gibson, St. Louis (1964) 13 Bob Turley, NY Yankees (1956) 8
Ed Walsh, Chicago WSox (1906) 12 Jim Palmer, Baltimore (1971) 8
Bill Donovan, Detroit (1907) 12 Six players with 7
Walter Johnson, Washington (1924) 12
Mort Cooper, St. Louis (1944) 12
Tom Seaver, NY Mets (1973) 12
O. Hernandez, NY Yankees (2000) 12
Most Home Runs AllowedGame Started (Oldest Pitcher)
 Player (Team, Year)NO. Player (Team, Year)
Charlie Root, Chi. Cubs (1932) 4 Jamie Moyer, Philadelphia (2008)
Junior Thompson, Cincinnati(1939) 4 (45 years, 11 Months, 7 Days)
Dick Hughes, St. Louis (1967) 4

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