1. Frank Robinson, Brooks Robinson, Luis Aparicio and Rabbit Maranville. The Robinsons and Aparicio played for the 1966 Orioles.
2. Bernie Williams, 1999.
3. Billy Wagner.
4. Hank Aaron, Willie Mays, George Brett and Dave Winfield.
5. Wade Boggs (240 hits in 1985), Darin Erstad (240 in 2000) and Ichiro Suzuki (242 in 2001, 262 in 2004).
6. Dick Allen (then known as Richie) led the NL. Minnesota's Tony Oliva led the AL.
7. Montreal's Pedro Martinez and Toronto's Roger Clemens.
8. Howard Johnson.
9. Steve Carlton, Randy Johnson, Mickey Lolich, Frank Tanana, Chuck Finley, Warren Spahn and Jerry Koosman.
10. Hank Greenberg, Shawn Green, Lou Gehrig, Luis Gonzalez, Ken Griffey.
11. Red Ruffing. Red Sox fans might be interested to know that Ruffing had a dismal record of 39-96 with Boston before moving to the Yanks in 1930.
12. Mickey Mantle, Eddie Murray, Chipper Jones, Chili Davis, Reggie Smith and Ruben Sierra.
13. Allie Reynolds.
14. The 1962 Dodgers -- Maury Wills (MVP), Tommy Davis (batting title) and Don Drysdale (Cy Young); the 2006 Twins -- Justin Morneau (MVP), Joe Mauer (batting title) and Johan Santana (Cy Young).
15. Al Downing.
16. Ferguson Jenkins, Phil Niekro and Gaylord Perry. Perry spent time with the 1962 Giants but didn't appear in the Series that year.
17. Goose Gossage.
18. Carlton Fisk with 72.
19. Willie McGee (1985, 1990).
20. Reggie Jackson (A's, Yankees, Angels), Alex Rodriguez (Mariners, Rangers, Yankees) and Darrell Evans (Braves, Giants, Tigers).