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Best Postseasons Ever - World Series

1930s (Batting and Pitching)



Batting

Rank Year Name First Team Lg HR RBI OBP SLG RPR PEVA
RATING
POST PEVA
1 1932 Gehrig Lou NYA AL 3 8 0.600 1.118 17 64.000 6.400
2 1933 Ott Mel NY1 NL 2 4 0.500 0.722 7 62.642 6.264
3 1939 Keller Charlie NYA AL 3 6 0.471 1.188 14 60.460 6.046
4 1930 Simmons Al PHA AL 2 4 0.417 0.727 8 56.665 5.667
5 1931 Martin Pepper SLN NL 1 5 0.538 0.792 10 56.065 5.606
6 1931 Simmons Al PHA AL 2 8 0.400 0.630 12 53.555 5.356
7 1930 Cochrane Mickey PHA AL 2 4 0.375 0.611 9 48.284 4.828
8 1936 Powell Jake NYA AL 1 5 0.538 0.636 13 46.763 4.676
9 1938 Gordon Joe NYA AL 1 6 0.438 0.733 9 37.632 3.763
10 1939 Dickey Bill NYA AL 2 5 0.313 0.667 7 37.019 3.702
11 1935 Gehringer Charlie DET AL 0 4 0.423 0.500 8 34.526 3.453
12 1938 Crosetti Frankie NYA AL 1 6 0.368 0.688 7 32.496 3.250
13 1937 Gehrig Lou NYA AL 1 3 0.455 0.647 7 31.046 3.105
14 1934 Martin Pepper SLN NL 0 4 0.412 0.516 12 30.692 3.069
15 1930 Foxx Jimmie PHA AL 1 3 0.391 0.667 6 30.616 3.062
16 1937 Lazzeri Tony NYA AL 1 2 0.526 0.733 5 30.239 3.024
17 1932 Combs Earle NYA AL 1 4 0.500 0.625 12 29.051 2.905
18 1934 Greenberg Hank DET AL 1 7 0.406 0.571 11 28.531 2.853
19 1930 Dykes Jimmie PHA AL 1 5 0.391 0.556 7 28.270 2.827
20 1935 Herman Billy CHN NL 1 6 0.333 0.625 9 27.044 2.704


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Pitching

Rank Year Name First stint Team Lg W L SV IP ERA PEVA
RATING
POST PEVA
1 1930 Earnshaw George WS PHA AL 2 0 0 25.0 0.72 49.429 4.943
2 1933 Hubbell Carl WS NY1 NL 2 0 0 20.0 0.00 37.790 3.779
3 1935 Warneke Lon WS CHN NL 2 0 0 16.7 0.54 36.835 3.683
4 1934 Dean Dizzy WS SLN NL 2 1 0 26.0 1.73 34.494 3.449
5 1937 Gomez Lefty WS NYA AL 2 0 0 18.0 1.50 34.318 3.432
6 1938 Ruffing Red WS NYA AL 2 0 0 18.0 1.50 30.831 3.083
7 1931 Grove Lefty WS PHA AL 2 1 0 26.0 2.42 24.472 2.447
8 1936 Hubbell Carl WS NY1 NL 1 1 0 16.0 2.25 23.424 2.342
9 1930 Grove Lefty WS PHA AL 2 1 0 19.0 1.42 22.025 2.203
10 1939 Pearson Monte WS NYA AL 1 0 0 9.0 0.00 19.143 1.914
11 1931 Earnshaw George WS PHA AL 1 2 0 24.0 1.88 18.608 1.861
12 1931 Hallahan Bill WS SLN NL 2 0 1 18.3 0.49 17.346 1.735
13 1936 Gomez Lefty WS NYA AL 2 0 0 15.3 4.70 16.274 1.627
14 1934 Dean Paul WS SLN NL 2 0 0 18.0 1.00 15.269 1.527
15 1935 Bridges Tommy WS DET AL 2 0 0 18.0 2.50 14.957 1.496
16 1932 Gomez Lefty WS NYA AL 1 0 0 9.0 1.00 14.824 1.482
17 1934 Rowe Schoolboy WS DET AL 1 1 0 21.3 2.95 14.142 1.414
18 1936 Malone Pat WS NYA AL 0 1 1 5.0 1.80 13.954 1.395
19 1935 Rowe Schoolboy WS DET AL 1 2 0 21.0 2.57 12.217 1.222
20 1932 Moore Wilcy WS NYA AL 1 0 0 5.3 0.00 10.392 1.039
  • What is PEVA?

    PEVA is the acronym for Stat Geek Baseball's New Player Rating value. This grade is given to each player and pitcher each season, rating their performance on a peer to peer review. Six components for pitchers and batters are melded together into the PEVA Rating, which ranges each year from 0.200 to 64.000. For more information on PEVA and the other new Stat Geek Baseball Stats, see our Definitions page. PEVA ratings are available for every pitcher and hitter in baseball history.

    PEVA Scale

    64.000 - Maximum
    32.000 - Cy Young/MVP Candidate - 3.200 Postseason (Postseason/World Series MVP Candidate)
    20.000 - All League - 2.000 Postseason
    15.000 - All-Star Level - 1.500 Postseason
    10.000 - Very Good - 1.000 Postseason
    3.500 - Average - 0.350 Postseason
    0.200 - Minimum - 0.020 Postseason


Photo Credits Top: Babe Ruth, Walter Johnson, Grover Cleveland Alexander, and other archive images, Library of Congress. Mel Ott, Carl Hubbell, Jimmy Foxx, Wikipedia Commons.

Note: There have been 3 different eras for postseason baseball in baseball history. Pre-1900, with single postseason series in 1884-1890, 1892. World Series only between the National League and the American League from 1903-1968. From 1969 through today, multiple rounds of postseason, including the World Series, all years, except 1994. Each postseason, no matter the amount of rounds is graded as a whole, scoring each category per the era and season.

Note: Postseason PEVA represent 10% of the value given to the Regular Season PEVA value. Postseason Batting PEVA includes a Position Player Fielding Value as well as Batting Value.

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