Post Season Leaders 1903-2012

This table lists  WAA career leaders in post season play from 1903-2012. The model treats all  post season for all those years as a single season. Before divisional play in 1969 the playoffs consisted of  AL and NL meeting in a seven game World Series and that was it. There are a lot more playoff games in modern times so that may benefit modern players but WAA is more about quality than quantity. Note that Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig somehow still made it into the top ten.

Rank WAA BA/IP OBP/ERA PA/G RBI/W R/L Name_Tm BAT/PITCH
1 9.7 141.0 0.70 97 0 0 Mariano_Rivera_NYA PITCH
2 6.4 103.0 0.96 11 0 0 Christy_Mathewson_SFN PITCH
3 5.7 0.274 0.373 545 80 83 Bernie_Williams_NYA BAT
4 5.1 0.284 0.397 493 79 68 Manny_Ramirez_TOT BAT
5 4.6 0.335 0.446 321 53 54 Albert_Pujols_SLN BAT
6 4.6 209.0 2.63 41 0 0 John_Smoltz_TOT PITCH
7 4.2 133.3 2.23 19 0 0 Curt_Schilling_TOT PITCH
8 4.0 0.313 0.458 167 33 37 Babe_Ruth_TOT BAT
9 3.8 0.309 0.414 224 41 39 Lance_Berkman_TOT BAT
10 3.8 0.352 0.473 150 35 30 Lou_Gehrig_NYA BAT

Note: Due to how these career totals were tabulates, pitcher wins and losses could  not be determined which is why they’re set to zero in this report.