29. Billy Martin Ties World Series Hit Record
The Yankees don't just clog up every list of postseason records, they do it with style. In 1953, Billy Martin tied the record for most hits in a World Series with 12 (it's since been passed three times, including once by another Yankee). In Game 6 after the Yankees had lost a 3-1 lead and were tied in the top of the 9th, Martin hit the game-winning single in the bottom of the inning, giving him a share of the single Series hit record, and propelling the Yankees to their 5th consecutive title. Like we said, the Yankees just have a different way of doing things.