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Pablo Sandoval sets record of hits in a postseason

Pablo Sandoval sets record of hits in a postseason

Posted by Dubraswka Aguilar on October 30, 2014

To make matters all he has accomplished in his career in the playoffs with the San Francisco Giant, the Venezuelan third baseman Pablo Sandoval sealed with a flourish the Classic October 2014 branded most hits in the history of a single postseason.

A double in the top of the eighth inning allowed Sandoval in Kauffman Stadium on Wednesday to accumulate 26 hits in the postseason in 2014.

That list of hits includes the connected party Wild Card against the Pittsburgh Pirates (2) in the ALDS against the Washington Nationals (4), the NLCS against the St. Louis Cardinals (8) and of course the World Series against Kansas City (12).

The previous record of 25 hits in a single postseason was shared by Marquis Grissom (1995), Darin Erstad (2002) and David Freese with the Atlanta Braves, the Anaheim Angels and the St. Louis Cardinals, in that order.

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