J-Rob Postseason History

YEAR

Series

Result

MVP

MVP Stats

1976

World

Series

Seneca 4

Mercerville 3

 

 

Doby

LCS

Seneca 4

Spanish Fort 2

 

 

Walker

LCS

Mercerville 4

Adelaide 3

 

 

Doby

D1 v W2

Spanish Fort 4

D.C. 2

 

 

Doby

D2 v W1

Seneca 4

Baltimore 2

 

 

Walker

D1 v W2

Mercerville 4

Hamilton 1

 

 

Walker

D2 v W1

Adelaide 4

Mississippi 1

 

 

1975

World

Series

D.C. 4

Mercersville 2

 Ken Singleton

 1.050 OPS, 2 HR, 8 R, 6 RBI

Doby

LCS

D.C. 4

Baltimore 3

 

 

Walker

LCS

Mercerville 4

Mississippi 3

 

 

Doby

D1 v W2

Baltimore 4

Spanish Fort 2

Andre Thornton

Ben Oglivie

 4 HR, 10 RBI 1.444 OPS

1.038 OPS, 6 RBI, Game 6 walk-off GS

Doby

D2 v W1

D.C. 4

Acadiana 0

 

 

Walker

D1 v W2

Mercerville 4

Marfa 1

 

 

Walker

D2 v W1

Mississippi 4

Adelaide 0

 

 

1974

World

Series

Mercerville 4

Acadiana 1

Reggie Jackson

8-for-17, 2 RBI, 4 BB, HR

Doby

LCS

Acadiana 4

Riverside 3

 

 

Walker

LCS

Mercerville 4

Adelaide 0

Ted Simmons

9-for-18, 4 R, 5 RBI, HR

Doby

D1 v W2

Acadiana 4

Seneca 1

 

 

Doby

D2 v W1

Riverside 4

Silverton 3

Manny Sanguillen

Tom House

Jim Rooker

 .346/.370/.423

6 IP, 0.00 ERA, 2 Saves

2-0, 1.69 ERA, 9 K

Walker

D1 v W2

Adelaide 4

Butteville 2

Jim Barr

2 W, 2.33 ERA, 1-hitter

Walker

D2 v W1

Mercerville 4

Mississippi 0

Al Oliver

6-for-17, HR, 5 RBI

1973

World

Series

Seneca 4

Edgewood 1

Mel Stottlemure

Jerry Koosman

ShO each

Doby

LCS

Seneca 4

Melonville 2

Mel Stottlemyre

2-0, 0.90 WHIP, 2.16 ERA, CG

Walker

LCS

Edgewood 4

Mississippi 0

 

 

1972

World

Series

Adelaide 4

Silverton 2

Jim Barr

2-0, 2 CG, 0.50 ERA, .500 WHIP

Doby

LCS

Silverton 4

Seneca 2

-

-

Walker

LCS

Adelaide 4

Lyme 3

-

-

1971

World

Series

Silverton 4

Valdosta 2

-

-

Doby

LCS

Silverton 4

Seneca 3

-

-

Walker

LCS

Valdosta 4

Edgewood 3

-

-

1970

World

Series

Redding 4

Stagecoach 3

-

-

Doby

LCS

Redding 4

Seneca 3

-

-

Walker

LCS

Stagecoach 4

Edgewood 3

-

-

1969

World

Series

Redding 4

Butteville 2

Mickey Lolich

16 IP, 2 Wins

Doby

LCS

Redding 4

Seneca 2

-

-

Walker

LCS

Butteville 4

Valdosta 2

-

-

1968:

World

Series

Lyme 4

Sawdust City 1

-

-

1967:

World

Series

Redding 4

Long Beach 3

Billy Williams

.464/.484/1.000, 4 HR, 6 RBI, 6 R

1966:

World

Series

D.C. 4

Stagecoach 2

Tony Conigliaro

-

1965:

World

Series

D.C. 4

Seltzer 2

Glenn Beckert

-

1964:

World

Series

Long Beach 4

Redding 3

Bob Bruce

2-0, 2.25 ERA, 3 GS, .067 WHIP, ShO

1963:

World

Series

Redding 4

Long Beach 2

Ron Santo

.308 avg, 2 HR, 5 RBI. Six errorless games.

1962:

World

Series

D.C. 4

Edgewood 3

Dean Chance

2-0, 0.00 ERA, 0.72 WHIP

1961:

World

Series

Long Beach 4

D.C. 3

Joey Jay

3 Wins, 2.01 ERA

1960:

World

Series

Long Beach 4

Spanish Fort 1

Vern

Law

2-0, 0.54 ERA

1959:

World

Series

Spanish Fort 4

Long Beach 0

Larry

Sherry

3 Games, 3 Saves, 0 H, 3 K in 2.2 IP

1958:

World

Series

Edgewood 4

Riverside 3

Mickey

Mantle

.333 AVG, 3 HR, 5 RBI, 6 R, 1.142 OPS

1957:

World

Series

Edgewood 4

Baltimore 2

Bob

Turley

2-0, 0.50 ERA, 18 IP, 5 H, 20 K, 7 BB

1956:

World

Series

Edgewood 4

Baltimore 3

Dick

Donovan

3-0 in 3 starts with 23.2 IP, 2.66 ERA

1955:

World

Series

Riverside 4

Edgewood 0

Ernie

Banks

3 homers and 5 RBI's, SB, 4 R, .833 SLG

1954:

World

Series

Edgewood 4

Pomona Valley 2

Joe

Collins

Hit .353 with 2 homers and 7 RBI

1953:

World

Series

Edgewood 4

Pomona Valley 2

Jackie

Jensen

Hit .333 with 2 HR, 6 RBI, including a grand slam and 3 OF assists. Had 1.032 OPS.

1952:

World

Series

Baltimore 4

Edgewood 0

Robin

Roberts

Win, Save in 3 appearances. Also 8.1 IP in clincher before bullpen blew the save.

1951:

World

Series

Springfield 4

Danville 3

Roy

Campanella

11-for-23 .478, 3 2b, 2 HR, 6 RBI, 5 R

1950:

World

Series

Baltimore 4
Mississippi 0

Robin

Roberts

Win, Save in 2 appearances. No runs allowed in 11 IP.

1949:

World

Series

Mississippi 4
Springfield 1

Fred

Hutchinson

1-0 in 2 starts, 0.56 ERA, 6 hits allowed in 16 IP

1948:

World

Series

San Diego 4
Springfield 0

Hoot

Evers

9-for-16, 2 doubles, 2 RBI, 4 BB, 1.337 OPS

1947:

World

Series

Myrtle Beach 4
Gresham 2

Snuffy

Stirnweiss

11-for-24, 2b, 3b, HR, 5 RBI, 4BB, 1.244 OPS