Paul Leo Molitor (August 22, 1956-) holds the record for most hits in a single World Series game when he had five hits against the St. Louis Cardinals for the Milwaukee Brewers in Game 1. Molitor played 21 seasons for the Milwaukee Brewers (1978-1992), the Toronto Blue Jays (1993-1995) and the Minnesota Twins (199601998(. He was a member of two American League pennant winners, winning the World Series with the Blue Jays in 1993 and capturing the World Series Most Valuable Player Award. Molitor was a seven-time All-Star selection and won the Silver Slugger four times in his career. Paul led the league in runs and hits each three times in his career and appeared in at least 400 games in three different positions. In 1987, Molitor put together the fifth longest hit streak in modern-day baseball history with 39. In 1995, Molitor collected his career 3000th hit as a member of the Minnesota Twins. Paul Molitor finished his career with 3,319 hits, 1,782 runs scored, 1,307 RBI, 234 home runs, 504 stolen bases and a .306 career batting average. Paul Leo Molitor was elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 2004.