September 11, 1985
Hank Aaron And Derek Jeter both share the record with 17 consecutive 150 hit seasons.
Through the 2008 season, the record for most consecutive seasons with at least 200 base hits is 8 and is held by Hall of Famer Willie Keeler (1894-1898 Baltimore Orioles, 1899-1901 Brooklyn Superbas) and Ichiro Suzuki (2001-2008 Seattle Mariners).
Bob Gibson of the St. Louis Cardinals struckout 17 Detroit Tiger batters in Game 1 of the 1968 World Series. On Oct. 2 1968 Bob Gibson of the St. Louis Cardenals struck out 17 Detroit Tigers in the first game of the world series that year. Its a world series record.
Yogi Berra has the most career hits in the World Series with 71.
Three players share the record for most hits in a single World Series with 13: Marty Barrett, Lou Brock and Bobby Richardson.
The record for career World Series hits is held by Yogi Berra of the New York Yankees who had 71 base hits in 14 World Series between 1947-1963.
Ichiro Suzuki has the record for the most hits in a season with 262 which he did in 2004. Pete Rose has the record for the most hits in a career with 4,256.
Three player hold the record for most hits in a single World Series with 13. Marty Barrett, Bobby Richardson, and Lou Brock.
Paul Molitor had 5 hits in Game 1 of the 1982 Series, which is the record.
The world record for most consecutive paddle ball hits is 1332 by Tom B. and Michael B. in the summer of 2013.