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  1. NLCS: Howard in great company

    Jayson Stark

    8:45 p.m. ET Here's what Ryan Howard and Lou Gehrig have in common: They both played first base, and they're now the only two players in history to drive in a run in eight straight postseason games. Here's what they don't have in...

    Blog | October 19, 2009
  2. NLCS: Howard in great company

    Jayson Stark

    8:45 p.m. ET Here's what Ryan Howard and Lou Gehrig have in common: They both played first base, and they're now the only two players in history to drive in a run in eight straight postseason games. Here's what they don't have in common: Gehrig hit...

    Blog | Conversation | October 19, 2009
  3. NLCS: Howard extends RBI streak

    Jayson Stark

    8:32 p.m. ET Ryan Howard just became the first player in history to drive in a run in seven straight games in one postseason. But three players once did it over multiple postseasons -- the record-holder, Lou Gehrig (eight), plus two guys who had sev...

    Blog | October 18, 2009
  4. NLCS: Howard extends RBI streak

    Jayson Stark

    8:32 p.m. ET Ryan Howard just became the first player in history to drive in a run in seven straight games in one postseason. But three players once did it over multiple postseasons -- the record-holder, Lou Gehrig (eight), plus two guys who had se...

    Blog | Conversation | October 18, 2009
  5. NLCS: Ryan Howard, you're not alone

    Jayson Stark

    5:35 p.m. ET An addition to that list of players who drove in a run in six straight games in one postseason. Pudge Fisk also did it, for the '75 Red Sox. The all-time record over multiple postseasons is eight -- by somebody named Lou Gehrig. O...

    Blog | October 16, 2009
  6. NLCS: Ryan Howard, you're not alone

    Jayson Stark

    5:35 p.m. ET An addition to that list of players who drove in a run in six straight games in one postseason. Pudge Fisk also did it, for the '75 Red Sox. The all-time record over multiple postseasons is eight -- by somebody named Lou Gehrig. OK, t...

    Blog | Conversation | October 16, 2009