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    Who is the biggest postseason under performer?!?!

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    Jeff Bagwell

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    Re: Who is the biggest postseason under performer?!?!

    I am WAY too lazy to look up stats, but some Yankee fan somewhere is screaming A-ROD!!!

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    Re: Who is the biggest postseason under performer?!?!

    Barry Bonds--especially 1990.
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    Re: Who is the biggest postseason under performer?!?!

    Greg Maddux has had a hard time in the post season.
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    Re: Who is the biggest postseason under performer?!?!

    Quote Originally Posted by FutureRedsGM View Post
    I am WAY too lazy to look up stats, but some Yankee fan somewhere is screaming A-ROD!!!
    Well, I was right here screaming A-ROD!!! :
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    Re: Who is the biggest postseason under performer?!?!

    Quote Originally Posted by Strikes Out Looking View Post
    Barry Bonds--especially 1990.
    look at barry bonds' world series perfomance in 2002 though. .471 BA with 4HR in 17 AB plus 13 RBIs... pretty much as dominant as ole Shoeless Joe in 1919
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    Re: Who is the biggest postseason under performer?!?!

    Quote Originally Posted by thatcoolguy_22 View Post
    look at barry bonds' world series perfomance in 2002 though. .471 BA with 4HR in 17 AB plus 13 RBIs... pretty much as dominant as ole Shoeless Joe in 1919
    HAHAHA...The first mention of Barry Bonds and Shoeless Joe together in the same sentence...

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    Re: Who is the biggest postseason under performer?!?!

    Without looking it up I think Ted Williams underperformed in his few chances in post season.
    Bonds made up a lot ground with his 2002 World Series performance but if not for that he would be at the top of my list.
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    Re: Who is the biggest postseason under performer?!?!

    Not the worst, by any stretch but Rose was a different player in the NL Playoffs.

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    Pete in World Series
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    Re: Who is the biggest postseason under performer?!?!

    Roy Campanella in WS games

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    Re: Who is the biggest postseason under performer?!?!

    Quote Originally Posted by thatcoolguy_22 View Post
    look at barry bonds' world series perfomance in 2002 though. .471 BA with 4HR in 17 AB plus 13 RBIs... pretty much as dominant as ole Shoeless Joe in 1919
    Through 1997, Barry Bonds alone was 16 for 80 in the post-season, a .200 average, with 1 HR and 5 RBI. Since then, beginning with the 2000 postseason, the combination of Victor Conte and his Creature, Barry Bonds, did step it up somewhat, and the total postseason stats are now 37 for 151 at bats, a .245 average, with 9 HRs and 24 RBI.
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    Re: Who is the biggest postseason under performer?!?!

    Reggie Jackson in LCS games: .227/.298/.380 in 181 plate appearances.

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    Re: Who is the biggest postseason under performer?!?!

    Quote Originally Posted by westofyou View Post
    Not the worst, by any stretch but Rose was a different player in the NL Playoffs.

    Pete Rose in NL Championship games
    .381/.430/.534 - 118 at bats

    Pete in World Series
    .269/.356/.369 - 130 At Bats
    Pete has said that he always had trouble hitting a pitcher the first time he faced him. In the NLCS he was facing pitchers he was famaliar with, and he played great; in the World Series, the pitchers were usually new to him.
    I once read an article written back in the late 1970s or so that compared Rose's performance early on in the World Series to the later games in the Series; Pete hit something like .200 in games 1, 2 and 3, and was a .400+ hitter in games 5, 6 and 7.
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    Re: Who is the biggest postseason under performer?!?!

    Its hard to peg a player in general, though there have been some dandys listed. How about the Atlanta Braves on the whole? Literally dominating the NL for well over a decade but only compiling one World Series! Dare I say the 90's Buffalo Bills of baseball?

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    Re: Who is the biggest postseason under performer?!?!

    i think all players before the Wild Card format should be removed from consideration. and even then, it needs to only be guys who are there consistantly, which pretty much removes everyone who's not a Yankees, Cardinals, Red Sox, or Braves player.

    by that restriction i choose Manny Ramirez and Alex Rodriguez (thout A-Rod doesn't really have enough ABs to be relavent, and Manny is still good, but not up to his career norms).
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