By JERRY TAPP
On the last two Saturdays, the Brewers have played an 18-inning game and a 15-inning game.
It got me thinking about which Brewers hitters in their history have statistically been the best when the game goes into extra inning. I looked at three stats: home runs, RBI and batting average.
Here are the Brewers with the most home runs and RBI in extra-inning games played by the Brew Crew, and the players with the highest batting average in those extra-inning contests.
Most career extra-inning home runs for the Brewers in extra-inning games
5-Robin Yount, Geoff Jenkins
4-Prince Fielder, Gorman Thomas, Bill Hall
3-Ben Oglivie, Jonathan Lucroy, Ryan Braun, Dave May, Rob Deer, Greg Vaughn
Most career Runs Batted In for the Brewers in extra-inning games
15: Ryan Braun, Gorman Thomas
11-Geoff Jenkins, Jeromy Burnitz
10-Ben Oglivie, Ted Simmons
Highest career batting average for the Brewers in extra-inning games
(Minimum of 25 plate appearances in extra-inning games with Brewers)
.464 Tommy Harper
.448 Jose Hernandez
.440 Casey McGehee
.419 Darryl Hamilton
.382 J.J. Hardy
.368 Fernando Vina
.355 Rick Manning
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