Comments on: WS Home Runs by Second Baseman This and that about baseball stats. Tue, 16 Jul 2013 17:01:55 +0000 hourly 1 By: DoubleDiamond Tue, 03 Nov 2009 01:31:06 +0000 Also, it's interesting to see that the DH record is held by someone who was with a National League team.

By: DoubleDiamond Tue, 03 Nov 2009 01:30:01 +0000 Utley just hit #6.

By: kingturtle Mon, 02 Nov 2009 18:23:18 +0000 More on Jeter...
*Jeter is now 4th in all-time WS runs with 30 (tied w/Gehrig), 5th in all-time WS hits (tied w/Bauer & Reese), 6th in all-time WS doubles, (surprisingly) 2nd in all-time WS strike outs. He is still 5 games away from reaching the Games top-ten list, but only 9 PAs from reaching the PA top ten list.

And while we're at it:
*Werth is now 5th in all-time WS SLG, 5th in all-time OPS, 6th in all-time WS OBP
*Posada is now 8th on the all-time WS strike out list.
*Ryan Howard's 10 strike outs ties him for 7th all-time for most in a Series. 10 in 17 PAs puts his rate well ahead of anyone else with at least 10 Ks...the closest being Damian Miller in 2001 who had 11 Ks in 23 PAs.
*This is the FOURTH time Rivera has had two saves in a World Series! Fingers did it three times (in a row). Nen did it twice. Rivera also now has pitched in more WS games than any other pitcher.
*Pettitte is now 2nd in all-time WS Games started. Think about that 2nd! He is now also 9th in all-time WS IP, 8th in all-time WS SOs, and 7th in all-time BF.