The footprint of Latino players in the Major League Baseball playoffs has been remarkable through the years. Throughout time, baseball lovers have witnessed how with a single hit those players changed a game and even the history of their respective teams towards a championship.
That is why we are going to list the five Latinos with the most home runs in the history of the postseason of the MLB.
Manny Ramirez is the overall leader in postseason home runs among Latinos with 29 of those hits in a total of 23 playoff series combining his appearances with the Cleveland Indians, Boston Red Sox and Los Angeles Dodgers.
Bernie Williams was one of the most timely hitters the New York Yankees in 25 postseason series that included 6 World Series with 22 homers that hold him the second-most hits in his lifetime.
“Uncle Albert” has 16 career playoff series in which he has hit 19 home runs that make him rank third on the all-time list while keeping him even with George Springer at that spot.
The Venezuelan second baseman has 19 homers in 13 assists to the playoffs with the Houston Astros. He currently equaled Pujols in that department and also has the sixth-most homers to match legends Reggie Jackson and Mickey Mantle.
David Ortíz hit a total of 17 full-back hits in his 9 postseason appearances with the Boston Red Sox. At least two of those connections will be remembered, as he went against the New York Yankees to send his team to the World Series.