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# Who has the most career postseason home runs?

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As of 2014, Manny Ramirez holds the record for most career postseason home runs in the MLB. He has hit 29. Second-most on the list is 22, a figure reached by Bernie Williams.

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Derek Jeter has 20, placing him at third. Three players are tied for fourth place: Albert Pujols, Reggie Jackson and Mickey Mantle, all with 18. Of those, Pujols is the only player still active in the major leagues as of 2014. The most postseason home runs batted in a single season is eight. Barry Bonds, Nelson Cruz and Carlos Beltran are the only players to have achieved this feat as of 2014.

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