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Juan Uribe isn't as well-known of a name as the rest on this list, but his postseason heroics have not gone unnoticed. Overall, his career postseason .236 batting average is nothing to write home about. However, Uribe has come up with some big hits for his club in the postseason.
In 2005, Uribe helped lead the charge as the Chicago White Sox claimed the World Series crown that year. In Game 2 of that Fall Classic, Uribe had two hits and an RBI, and he was the catalyst that allowed Paul Konerko to smack a grand slam that would give the Sox the victory. The White Sox went on to sweep the Astros in the Series that year.
Fast forward five years later, and Uribe finds himself in the World Series again, this time with the San Francisco Giants. In Game 1 against the Texas Rangers, Uribe capped off a six-run fifth inning with a three-run home run, helping the G-Men to an 11-7 win. This eventually led to a World Series victory.
Now with the Dodgers, Uribe has already shown some of his postseason magic. In the NLDS against the Braves, Uribe hit .375 with two home runs and four RBI. Of course, his two-run home run in the 8th inning of Game 4 carried the Dodgers to the series victory. Uribe also drove in the only runs the Dodgers would score against the Cardinals in Game 1 of the NLCS.