World Series Champions

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This World Series Champions page lists RBIers who have players and managers of teams that have won the World Series.

Players who did not play in the World Series, but who were on the roster during the season, are also included. Only managers who finished the season are included.


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Reggie Jackson

1972 Oakland Athletics (Did Not Play)

1973 Oakland Athletics

1974 Oakland Athletics

1977 New York Yankees

1978 New York Yankees


Bobby Grich

1970 Baltimore Orioles (Did Not Play)


Dick Schofield

1993 Toronto Blue Jays (Did Not Play)


Bob Boone

1980 Philadelphia Phillies


George Hendrick

1972 Oakland Athletics

1982 St. Louis Cardinals


Ruppert Jones

1984 Detroit Tigers


Don Sutton

1988 Los Angeles Dodgers (Did Not Play)


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Wade Boggs

1996 New York Yankees


Don Baylor

1970 Baltimore Orioles (Did Not Play)

1987 Minnesota Twins


Dave Henderson

1989 Oakland Athletics


Ellis Burks

2004 Boston Red Sox (Did Not Play)


Roger Clemens

1999 New York Yankees

2000 New York Yankees


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Alan Trammell

1984 Detroit Tigers


Kirk Gibson

1984 Detroit Tigers

1988 Los Angeles Dodgers


Darrell Evans

1984 Detroit Tigers


Larry Herndon

1984 Detroit Tigers


Chet Lemon

1984 Detroit Tigers


Lou Whitaker

1984 Detroit Tigers


Tom Brookens

1984 Detroit Tigers


Pat Sheridan

1985 Kansas City Royals


Mike Heath

1978 New York Yankees


Bill Madlock

1979 Pittsburgh Pirates


Dave Bergman

1977 New York Yankees (Did Not Play)

1984 Detroit Tigers


Jack Morris

1984 Detroit Tigers

1991 Minnesota Twins

1992 Toronto Blue Jays

1993 Toronto Blue Jays


Willie Hernandez

1984 Detroit Tigers


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Danny Gladden

1987 Minnesota Twins

1991 Minnesota Twins


Gary Gaetti

1987 Minnesota Twins


Kirby Puckett

1987 Minnesota Twins

1991 Minnesota Twins


Kent Hrbek

1987 Minnesota Twins

1991 Minnesota Twins


Tom Brunansky

1987 Minnesota Twins


Greg Gagne

1987 Minnesota Twins

1991 Minnesota Twins


Tim Laudner

1987 Minnesota Twins


Steve Lombardozzi

1987 Minnesota Twins


Roy Smalley

1987 Minnesota Twins


Mark Davidson

1987 Minnesota Twins


Randy Bush

1987 Minnesota Twins

1991 Minnesota Twins


Gene Larkin

1987 Minnesota Twins

1991 Minnesota Twins


Frank Viola

1987 Minnesota Twins


Bert Blyleven

1979 Pittsburgh Pirates

1987 Minnesota Twins


Juan Berenguer

1984 Detroit Tigers

1987 Minnesota Twins


Jeff Reardon

1987 Minnesota Twins


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Billy Hatcher

1990 Cincinnati Reds


Bill Doran

1990 Cincinnati Reds (Did Not Play)


Davey Lopes

1981 Los Angeles Dodgers


Phil Garner

1973 Oakland Athletics (Did Not Play)

1974 Oakland Athletics (Did Not Play)

1979 Pittsburgh Pirates


Nolan Ryan

1969 New York Mets


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Lenny Dykstra

1986 New York Mets


Mookie Wilson

1986 New York Mets


Keith Hernandez

1982 St. Louis Cardinals

1986 New York Mets


Gary Carter

1986 New York Mets


Darryl Strawberry

1986 New York Mets

1996 New Yokr Yankees

1998 New York Yankees (Did Not Play)

1999 New York Yankees


Wally Backman

1986 New York Mets


Ray Knight

1986 New York Mets


Rafael Santana

1986 New York Mets


Danny Heep

1986 New York Mets

1988 Los Angeles Dodgers


Tim Teufel

1986 New York Mets


Howard Johnson

1984 Detroit Tigers

1986 New York Mets


Lee Mazzilli

1986 New York Mets


Dwight Gooden

1986 New York Mets

1996 New York Yankees (Did Not Play)

2000 New York Yankees (Did Not Play)


Bob Ojeda

1986 New York Mets


Jesse Orosco

1986 New York Mets

1988 Los Angeles Dodgers (Did Not Play)


Roger McDowell

1986 New York Mets


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Ozzie Smith

1982 St. Louis Cardinals


Tom Herr

1982 St. Louis Cardinals


Willie McGee

1982 St. Louis Cardinals


John Tudor

1988 Los Angeles Dodgers


Danny Cox

1993 Toronto Blue Jays


Ken Dayley

1993 Toronto Blue Jays (Did Not Play)


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Kevin Mitchell

1986 New York Mets


Candy Maldonado

1981 Los Angeles Dodgers (Did Not Play)

1992 Toronto Blue Jays


Bob Brenly

2001 Arizona Diamondbacks (Manager)


Chili Davis

1991 Minnesota Twins

1998 New York Yankees

1999 New York Yankees


Mike Aldrete

1996 New York Yankees


Joel Youngblood

1976 Cincinnati Reds (Did Not Play)


Don Robinson

1979 Pittsburgh Pirates


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Willie Randolph

1977 New York Yankees

1978 New York Yankees (Did Not Play)


Jose Canseco

1989 Oakland Athletics

2000 New York Yankees


Cal Ripken, Jr.

1983 Baltimore Orioles


George Brett

1985 Kansas City Royals


Mark McGwire

1989 Oakland Athletics


Paul Molitor

1993 Toronto Blue Jays


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Bret Saberhagen

1985 Kansas City Royals


Jimmy Key

1992 Toronto Blue Jays

1996 New York Yankees


Tom Henke

1992 Toronto Blue Jays

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Tim Raines

1996 New York Yankees

1998 New York Yankees (Did Not Play)


Eric Davis

1990 Cincinnati Reds


Mike Schmidt

1980 Philadelphia Phillies


Pedro Guerrero

1981 Los Angeles Dodgers

1988 Los Angeles Dodgers (Did Not Play)


Fernando Valenzuela

1981 Los Angeles Dodgers

1988 Los Angeles Dodgers (Did Not Play)


Rick Sutcliffe

1981 Los Angeles Dodgers (Did Not Play)


Steve Bedrosian

1991 Minnesota Twins

1995 Atlanta Braves (Did Not Play)


Single-Series Leaderboard

Includes RBIers who Never Won a World Series

* denotes a Major League Record or for a 7-game Series

** denotes a Major League Record for a 6-game Series

*** denotes a Major League Record for a 5-game Series

**** denotes a Major Leagu Record for a 4-game Series


At-Bats

32 - Bill Buckner (1986 Red Sox)

31 - Paul Molitor (1982 Brewers), Wade Boggs (1986 Red Sox), & Danny Gladden (1987 Twins)

30 - Marty Barrett (1986 Red Sox), Rich Gedman (1986 Red Sox), Greg Gagne (1987 Twins), Danny Gladden (1991 Twins), & Terry Pendleton (1991 Braves)


Hits

13 - Marty Barrett* (1986 Red Sox)

12 - Phil Garner (1979 Pirates) & Paul Molitor** (1993 Blue Jays)

11 - Paul Molitor (1982 Brewers) & Terry Pendleton (1991 Braves)

Alan Trammell's 9 in the 1984 World Series is a record for a 5-game series


Doubles

4 - Phil Garner (1979 Pirates) & Billy Hatcher**** (1990 Reds)

3 - Reggie Jackson (1973 A's), Wade Boggs (1986 Red Sox), & Terry Pendleton (1991 Braves)

2 - Several Players


Triples

2 - Danny Gladden (1991 Twins) & Paul Molitor** (1993 Blue Jays)

1 - Several Players

0 - Even More Players


Home Runs

5 - Reggie Jackson** (1977 Yankees)

4 - Lenny Dykstra (1993 Phillies)

3 - Davey Lopes (1978 Dodgers)


Runs Batted In

9 - Dwight Evans (1986 Red Sox) & Gary Carter (1986 Mets)

8 - Reggie Jackson (1977 Yankees & 1978 Yankees), Keith Hernandez (1982 Cardinals), Paul Molitor (1993 Blue Jays), & Lenny Dykstra (1993 Phillies)

7 - Davey Lopes (1978 Dodgers), Mike Schmidt (1980 Phillies), Pedro Guerrero (1981 Dodgers), Kirk Gibson (1984 Tigers), & Danny Gladden (1987 Twins)


Runs Scored

10 - Reggie Jackson** (1977 Yankees) & Paul Molitor** (1993 Blue Jays)

9 - Lenny Dykstra (1993 Phillies)

7 - Davey Lopes (1978 Dodgers)


Stolen Bases

6 - Vince Coleman (1987 Cardinals)

4 - Davey Lopes (1981 Dodgers) & Lenny Dykstra (1993 Phillies)

3 - Kirk Gibson (1984 Tigers), Darryl Strawberry (1986 Mets), & Mookie Wilson (1986 Mets)


HBP

2 - Reggie Jackson (1978 Yankees)

1 - Several Players

0 - Even More Players


W-L

2-0 - Jack Morris (1984 Tigers & 1991 Twins), Bret Saberhagen (1985 Royals), Bruce Hurst (1986 Red Sox), & Jimmy Key (1992 Blue Jays)

2-1 - John Tudor (1985 Cardinals) & Frank Viola (1987 Twins)

1-0 - Several Players


Innings Pitched

23.0 - Bruce Hurst (1986 Red Sox) & Jack Morris (1991 Twins)

19.3 - Frank Viola (1987 Twins)

18.0 - Jack Morris (1984 Tigers), Bret Saberhagen (1985 Royals), & John Tudor (1985 Cardinals)


ERA

0.00* - Nolan Ryan (1969 Mets), Willie Hernandez (1983 Phillies), Ken Dayley (1985 Cardinals), Bob Stanley (1986 Red Sox), Jesse Orosco (1986 Mets), Jeff Reardon (1987 Twins), John Tudor (1988 Dodgers), Steve Bedrosian (1989 Giants), Roger Clemens (2000 Yankees), John Franco (2000 Mets)

0.50 - Bret Saberhagen (1985 Royals)

1.00 - Jimmy Key (1992 Blue Jays)


Saves

2 - Willie Hernandez (1984 Tigers), Jesse Orosco (1986 Mets), Todd Worrell (1987 Cardinals), & Tom Henke (1992 Blue Jays)

1 - Several Players

0 - Even More Players


Shutouts

Bret Saberhagen (1985 Royals)

John Tudor (1985 Cardinals)


Strikeouts

19 - Roger Clemens (2001 Yankees)

17 - Bruce Hurst (1986 Red Sox)

16 - Frank Viola (1987 Twins)

Career Leaderboard

Includes RBIers who Never Won a World Series


* denotes a Major League Record