Carlos Beltran has the highest slugging percentage in playoff history

Despite Carlos Beltran’s 13 homers in 25 post-season games, including three as a Met in the 2006 NLCS, many Mets fans recall Beltran solely as the guy who took a called strike three to end the Mets’ hope of reaching the 2006 World Series.

With last night’s two homers, Beltran now has a career .819 post-season slugging average in 115 plate appearances. The only other players in the top 10 who have 100+ plate appearances are Lou Gehrig and Babe Ruth.

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