Greatest Attendance at a Baseball Series:
The record is 420,784 people at the fourth series of 6 games. The LA Dodgers beat the Chicago White Sox 4-2 on October
Highest Career Home Run Percentage:
The guy that everyone knows about, George Herman "Babe" Ruth hit 714 home runs and had 8,399 at bats.
Highest Attendance for a Baseball Team:
The record for a seasonal attendance for one individual team is 4,483,350 fans
at the Colorado Rockies'
home games at Mile High
Stadium in 1993.
Highest Batting Average in a Major League Series:
The highest batting average achieved by a baseball player in the
major league is .438, by Hugh Duffy for Boston, NL in 1894.
Most Home Runs in Consecutive Games:
The most home runs in consecutive games is 8 games
by Richard Dale for Pittsburgh, 1956; Donald Mattingly for New York, 1987; and Ken Griffey Jr. for Seattle, in 1993.
Longest Baseball Game:
The longest game lasted for 8 hours and 6 minutes between the Chicago White Sox and Milwaukee
on May 9, 1984. The White Sox finally won 7-6 in the 25th inning.
Longest Home Run Hit:
The longest home run hit was 193 meters(634ft) by Mickey Mantle
for the New York Yankees against the Detroit Tigers.
Most Valuable Baseball Card:
The most valuable baseball card in the world is the Honus Wagner T-206 card.
The most it ever sold for was 1.5 million dollars.