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    Best Career Statistics In All-Star Games

    Is there a site listing the players with the most hits, RBI, innings pitched, etc. in All-Star games? Does anybody know what player has the most All-Star hits and the most All-Star games with hits? Jeter has 11 hits in 7 All-Star games with an average of .440.

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    Re: Best Career Statistics In All-Star Games

    Willie Mays holds both of those records at 23 career All-Star Game hits with hits in 15 separate Games.

    I don't know of a site that's got exactly what you're looking for, but http://www.baseball-almanac.com/asgmenu.shtml has a good deal of data, plus B-R's play index has some info as well.

    Edit: After looking through it further, the Baseball Almanac link appears to have lists of a bunch of ASG records.
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    Re: Best Career Statistics In All-Star Games

    http://www.baseball-reference.com/al...ders_bat.shtml

    It doesn't tell how many games it took for each record, but there's plenty of info there. You can also click on any individual player to find out how many All-Star games he played in.
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    Re: Best Career Statistics In All-Star Games

    Along the same lines, are there lifetime statistics anywhere for Spring Training Games. All Time Category Leaders, etc.?
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    Re: Best Career Statistics In All-Star Games

    Quote Originally Posted by JL25and3 View Post
    http://www.baseball-reference.com/al...ders_bat.shtml

    It doesn't tell how many games it took for each record, but there's plenty of info there. You can also click on any individual player to find out how many All-Star games he played in.
    Thank you. I wish All-Star Game was part of the top navigation bar.

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    Re: Best Career Statistics In All-Star Games

    Quote Originally Posted by EvanJ View Post
    Thank you. I wish All-Star Game was part of the top navigation bar.
    Hold your cursor over the "more" tab on the far right.
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