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10/17/2004 12:27 AM ET
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Williams in a League Championship Series of his own
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Bernie Williams went 11-for-36 with three doubles, two homers and 10 RBIs during the seven-game American League Championship Series and solidified his spots at the top of several all-time LCS leaderboards. New York's Derek Jeter, John Olerud, Jorge Posada, Miguel Cairo, Hideki Matsui and Kenny Lofton also moved up on the leaderboards in 2004.

Yankees career LCS leaders
Player Most hits in LCS (career)
Bernie Williams52
Pete Rose45
Derek Jeter44
John Olerud40
Chipper Jones40
Kenny Lofton39
David Justice39
Player Most RBIs in LCS (career)
Bernie Williams33
David Justice27
John Olerud23
Steve Garvey21
Derek Jeter20
Reggie Jackson20
Player Extra-base hits in LCS (career)
Bernie Williams19
George Brett18
Derek Jeter13
David Justice13
Reggie Jackson13
Hideki Matsui12
John Olerud12
Six other players12
Player Most total bases in LCS (career)
Bernie Williams89
George Brett75
Derek Jeter68
Manny Ramirez65
John Olerud64
David Justice64
Player Most runs scored in LCS (career)
Bernie Williams31
Derek Jeter25
David Justice24
Kenny Lofton22
Rickey Henderson22
George Brett22
John Olerud20
Chipper Jones20
Player Most doubles in LCS (career)
Bernie Williams10
Hideki Matsui9
Fred McGriff8
Derek Jeter7
Jorge Posada7
12 other players7
Player Most home runs in LCS (career)
Bernie Williams9
George Brett9
Manny Ramirez8
Steve Garvey8
Player Most walks in LCS (career)
Jorge Posada26
Bernie Williams25
Barry Bonds24
Chipper Jones24
David Justice24
Joe Morgan22
Derek Jeter20
Player Most at-bats in LCS (career)
Derek Jeter168
David Justice166
Reggie Jackson163
Bernie Williams162
John Olerud143
Tino Martinez141
Kenny Lofton140
Player Most times hit by pitch in LCS (career)
Miguel Cairo4
Richie Hebner4
Williams is the all-time postseason leader in runs (81), doubles (27), homers (22), RBIs (79), extra-base hits (49), total bases (217), walks (70), games (115) and at-bats (443). Jeter leads in postseason hits with 135.
Players in 2004 LCS in boldface.

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