I was checking out a recent diary on Albert's regular-season rankings, and it got me thinking about where he's at in terms of his post-season accomplishments. Mainly due to his age, he hasn't cracked any of baseball-reference's top ten categories, which are, not surprisingly, dominated by recent Yankees.
He's pretty close though, and if you take into account his age, he projects to be at the top of a number of categories when his career comes to an end.
He has a number of factors going for him. He reached the bigs at a young age. He plays in the era of expanded playoffs, both in terms of teams and games. He plays for a team that is consistently competitive. He performs at the same high level in October as he does during the regular season.
So to project where he'll end up when his career ends, I made the following assumptions: