Dave Justice: Post-season appearances in 10 years of 14-year career


Dave Justice, the 1990 National League Rookie of the Year, played for four different teams during his 14-year career, the Braves, Indians, Yankees, and A’s,  and helped all but the A’s make it to the World Series at least once.  Justice played in 6 World Series, but his 36 games does not even get him into the 10 Ten All Time. However, in the League Championship Era of Major League baseball – 1968 to the present – Justice appears in the top 5 of several batting categories. He played in 8 league championship series, four times each on American and National League teams. His 46 career LCS games rank him third behind Derek Jeter and Manny Ramirez. His 166 career LCS at bats rank him behind Jeter, Ramirez, and Kenny Lofton. His 27 LCS career RBI ties him with Albert Pujols for fourth behind Bernie Williams, Ramirez, and David Ortiz.

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Author: Big Bubbo

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