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Best Postseasons Ever - World Series

2000s (Batting and Pitching)



Batting

Rank Year Name First Team Lg HR RBI OBP SLG RPR PEVA
RATING
POST PEVA
1 2009 Rodriguez Alex NYA AL 6 18 0.500 0.808 33 62.492 6.249
2 2002 Bonds Barry SFN NL 8 16 0.581 0.978 34 60.380 6.038
3 2003 Rodriguez Ivan FLO NL 3 17 0.390 0.522 27 53.829 5.383
4 2000 Piazza Mike NYN NL 4 8 0.403 0.642 19 49.615 4.961
5 2004 Beltran Carlos HOU NL 8 14 0.536 1.022 35 47.219 4.722
6 2000 Jeter Derek NYA AL 4 9 0.427 0.571 22 46.858 4.686
7 2004 Pujols Albert SLN NL 6 14 0.493 0.793 29 39.515 3.951
8 2005 Berkman Lance HOU NL 2 14 0.467 0.563 20 38.818 3.882
9 2007 Ramirez Manny BOS AL 4 16 0.508 0.652 27 38.517 3.852
10 2004 Ortiz David BOS AL 5 19 0.515 0.764 32 36.660 3.666
11 2007 Ortiz David BOS AL 3 10 0.508 0.696 26 34.699 3.470
12 2006 Molina Yadier SLN NL 2 8 0.424 0.547 13 33.577 3.358
13 2009 Ruiz Carlos PHI NL 2 9 0.491 0.591 17 33.283 3.328
14 2007 Youkilis Kevin BOS AL 4 10 0.475 0.755 26 32.721 3.272
15 2009 Werth Jason PHI NL 7 13 0.403 0.725 26 31.167 3.117
16 2001 Finley Steve ARI NL 1 9 0.441 0.462 16 30.486 3.049
17 2006 Pujols Albert SLN NL 3 6 0.431 0.519 17 30.436 3.044
18 2006 Delgado Carlos NYN NL 4 11 0.442 0.757 19 29.785 2.979
19 2001 Posada Jorge NYA AL 2 3 0.394 0.436 12 29.713 2.971
20 2009 Jeter Derek NYA AL 3 6 0.432 0.563 20 28.788 2.879


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Pitching

Rank Year Name First Team W L SV IP ERA PEVA
RATING
POST PEVA
1 2007 Beckett Josh BOS 4 0 0 30.0 1.20 64.000 6.400
2 2009 Lee Cliff PHI 4 0 0 40.3 1.56 55.124 5.512
3 2008 Hamels Cole PHI 4 0 0 35.0 1.80 53.813 5.381
4 2001 Schilling Curt ARI 4 0 0 48.3 1.12 50.112 5.011
5 2005 Contreras Jose CHA 3 1 0 32.0 3.09 46.121 4.612
6 2006 Rogers Kenny DET 3 0 0 23.0 0.00 33.864 3.386
7 2001 Johnson Randy ARI 5 1 0 41.3 1.52 33.682 3.368
8 2004 Lowe Derek BOS 3 0 0 19.3 1.86 31.833 3.183
9 2000 Pettitte Andy NYA 2 0 0 31.7 2.84 29.942 2.994
10 2003 Beckett Josh FLO 2 2 0 42.7 2.11 29.260 2.926
11 2000 Clemens Roger NYA 2 2 0 28.0 3.21 26.437 2.644
12 2007 Corpas Manuel COL 1 0 5 10.3 0.87 26.173 2.617
13 2002 Rodriguez Francisco ANA 5 1 0 18.7 1.93 26.103 2.610
14 2003 Rivera Mariano NYA 1 0 5 16.0 0.56 25.887 2.589
15 2000 Rivera Mariano NYA 0 0 6 15.7 1.72 24.541 2.454
16 2004 Lidge Brad HOU 1 0 3 12.3 0.73 24.475 2.448
17 2003 Pettitte Andy NYA 3 1 0 34.3 2.10 23.615 2.361
18 2009 Sabathia C.C. NYA 3 1 0 36.3 1.98 23.401 2.340
19 2000 Stanton Mike NYA 3 0 0 8.7 1.04 21.856 2.186
20 2006 Carpenter Chris SLN 3 1 0 32.3 2.78 21.823 2.182
  • 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: Archive images, Library of Congress. Mike Piazza, Mariano Rivera, Josh Beckett; 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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