New York Yankees

 

       

 

 






NEW YORK YANKEES 
League: 	American League 1903-> Aka: New York Highlanders 1903-1912 

Nickname: 	Greater New Yorks 1900's, New York Invaders 1903, New York Porchclimbers 1903-1904, 
New York Burglars 1903-1904, New York Hilltoppers 1903-1912, Bronx Bombers 1921-present

Franchise: 	Relocated from Baltimore Orioles 1901-1902. 
Called Highlanders both after a famous British Army regiment named Gordon's Highlanders, and because
Hilltop Park was their home ballpark and was located on a hilltop overlooking Washington Heights.
Called Yankees first by sportswriters Mark Roth of the NY Globe and Sam Crane of the NY Journal,
the name appearing in print for the first time on June 21, 1904 in the Boston Herald.
NY Yankees Regular Season Records and Highlight(s)

Year

Won

Loss

.Pct

GA/(GB)

Place

Season Highlight(s)

One Division of 8 Teams in American League

1901

68

65

.511

(13.5)

5th

Baltimore Orioles - Bill Keister: .328, 93 RBIS, Joe McGinnity: 26-20

1902

50

88

.362

(34.0)

8th

Baltimore Orioles - Jimmy Williams: .313, 82 RBIs, Joe McGinnity: 13-10

1903

72

62

.537

(17.0)

4th

New York Highlanders; Home Field - Hilltop Park, Manhatten - Willie Keeler: .313; Jack Chesbro: 21-15

1904

92

59

.609

(1.5)

2nd

Jack Chesbro: 41-12, 1.82, 239 Ks; Jack Powell: 23-19, 202 Ks, Willie Keeler: .343

1905

71

78

.477

(21.5)

6th

Willie Keeler: .302; Jack Chesbro: 19-15, Al Orth: 18-16

1906

90

61

.596

(3.0)

2nd

Al Orth; 27-17; Jack Chesbro; 23-17; Hal Chase: .323, Willie Keeler: .304

1907

70

78

.473

(21.0)

5th

Hal Chase: .287, 68 RBIs; Wid Conroy: 41 SBs, Al Orth: 14-21

1908

51

103

.331

(39.5)

8th

Charlie Hemphill: .297, 42 SBs, Jack Chesbro: 14-20, Rube Manning: 13-16

1909

74

77

.490

(23.5)

5th

Joe Lake: 14-11, 1.88; Frank LaPorte: .298, Hal Chase: .283

1910

88

63

.583

(14.5)

2nd

Russ Ford: 26-6, 1.65, 209 Ks; Jack Quinn: 18-12, John Knight: .312, Birdie Cree: 73 RBIs, Hal Chase: 40 SBs

1911

76

76

.500

(25.5)

6th

Birdie Cree: .348, 88 RBIs, 22 3Bs, Roy Hartzell: .296, 91 RBIs, Hal Chase: .315, Russ Ford: 22-11, 2.27

1912

50

102

.329

(55.0)

8th

Hal Chase: .274, 33 SBs, Jack Warhop: 10-19, 2.86; Russ Ford: 13-21

1913

57

94

.377

(38.0)

7t

New York Yankees; Home Field - Polo Grounds, Manhatten - Roger Peckinpaugh: .268, Birdie Cree: 63 RBIs, Ray Fisher: 12-18, Russ Ford 12-16

1914

70

84

.455

(30.0)

T-6th

Birdie Cree: .309, Fritz Maisel: 74 SBs, Ray Caldwell: 17-9, King Cole: 11-9

1915

69

83

.454

(32.5)

5th

Pinstripes now part of Yankee uniforms; Fritz Maisel: .281, 51 SBs, Ray Caldwell: 19-16, Ray Fisher: 18-11

1916

80

74

.519

(11.0)

4th

Wally Pipp: 12 HRs, 93 RBIs; Frank 'Home Run' Baker: 10 HRs, Bob Shawkey: 24-14, 2.21

1917

71

82

.464

(28.5)

6th

Wally Pipp: 9 HRs, 70 RBIs; Ray Caldwell: 13-16, Bob Shawkey: 13-15, George Mogridge: No-Hitter

1918

60

63

.488

(13.5)

4th

Frank ‘Home Run’ Baker: .306; Wally Pipp: .304, George Mogridge: 16-13, 7 Saves, Slim Love: 13-12

1919

80

59

.576

(7.5)

3rd

Frank ‘HR’ Baker: 10 HRs, 83 RBIs; Roger Peckinpaugh: .305, Duffy Lewis: 89 RBIs, Bob Shawkey: 20-11

1920

95

59

.617

(3.0)

3rd

Babe Ruth: 54 HRs,137 RBIs,.376,.847 SP; Bob Meusel: .328, 83 RBIs, Del Pratt: .314, 97 RBIs, Bob Shawkey: 20-13, 2.45; Carl Mays: 26-11 , Jack Quinn: 18-10

1921

98

55

.641

4.5

1st

Babe Ruth: 59 HRs,171 RBIs,.378, 177 Runs; Bob Muesel: 24 HRs,135 RBIs,.318, Wally Pipp: 98 RBIs, Carl Mays: 27-9; Waite Hoyt: 19-13, Bob Shawkey: 18-12

1922

94

60

.610

1.0

1st

Babe Ruth: .315, 35 HRs, 99 RBIs, Wally Pipp: .329, 90 RBIs, Bob Meusel: .319, 84 RBIs, Wally Schang: .319, Joe Bush: 26-7; Bob Shawkey: 20-12; Wait Hoyt: 19-12

1923

98

54

.645

16.0

1st

Moved into new Home Field - Yankee Stadium, Bronx - Babe Ruth: 41 HRs, 131 RBIs,.393, 170 BBs,-(MVP): Wally Pipp: .304, 108 RBIs, Bob Meusel: .313, 91 RBIs, Whitey Witt: .314, Sad Sam Jones: 21-8, - No-Hitter, Herb Pennock: 19-6, Joe Bush: 19-15, Waite Hoyt: 17-9

1924

89

63

.586

(2.0)

2nd

Babe Ruth: 46 HRs,121 RBIs,.378; Bob Meusel: .325, 120 RBIs, Wally Pipp: 114 RBIs, Herb Pennock: 21-9, Waite Hoyt: 18-13, Joe Bush: 17-16, Bob Shawkey: 16-11

1925

69

85

.448

(28.5)

7th

Wally Pipp's famous headache lets Lou Gehrig start his 2130 consecutive game streak. Earle Combs: .342, Bob Meusel: 33 HRs,138 RBIs; Babe Ruth: 25 HRs, Lou Gehrig: 20 HRs, Herb Pennock: 16-17, Sam Jones: 15-21,

1926

91

63

.591

3.0

1st

Babe Ruth: 47 HRs,150 RBIs,.372; Lou Gehrig: .313, 112 RBIs, Bob Meusel: .315, Tony Lazzeri: 114 RBIs. Herb Pennock: 23-11; Urban Shocker: 19-11

1927

100

44

.714

19.0

1st

Lou Gehrig: 47 HRs,175 RBIs,.373-(MVP); Babe Ruth: 60 HRs, 164 RBIs,.356, 154 Runs Scored; Bob Meusel: .337, 103 RBIs, 47 Doubles; Tony Lazzeri: .309, 102 RBIs; Earl Combs: .356, 231 hits;  Wait Hoyt: 22-7, Herb Pennock: 19-8, Urban Shocker: 18-6.

1928

101

53

.656

2.5

1st

Babe Ruth: 54 HRs, 142 RBIs,.323, 163 Runs Scored; Lou Gehrig: 27 HRs, 142 RBIs,.374; Bob Meusel; 113 RBIs, Tony Lazzeri: .332,  Mark Koenig: .319, Wait Hoyt: 23-7; George Pipgras: 24-13, Herb Pennock: 17-6, Urban shocker dies during season from pneumonia.

1929

88

66

.571

(18.0)

2nd

Yankees became the first team to make numbers part of the uniform. Babe Ruth: 46 HRs,154 RBIs,.345; Lou Gehrig: 35 HRs, 126 RBIs,.300; Tony Lazzeri: .354, 106 RBIs; Earle Combs: .345, Bill Dickey: .324, Tom Zachary: 12-0; George Pipgras: 18-12. Manager Miller Huggins dies on September 25th.

1930

86

68

.558

(16.0)

3rd

Babe Ruth: 49 HRs,153 RBIs,.359; Lou Gehrig: 41 HRs, 174 RBIs,.379; Tony Lazzeri: .303, 121 RBIs, Earle Combs: .344, Bill Dickey: .339, Red Ruffing: 15-5

1931

94

59

.614

(13.5)

2nd

Lou Gehrig: 46 HRs,184 RBIs,.341, 163 Runs Scored; Babe Ruth: 46 HRs, 163 RBIs,.373; Ben Chapman: .315, 122 RBIs, Lyn Lary: 107 RBIs, Lefty Gomez: 21-9, Red Ruffing: 16-14

1932

107

47

.695

13.0

1st

Babe Ruth: 41 HRs,137 RBIs,.341; Lou Gehrig: 34 HRs, 151 RBIs,.349, (4) HRs one game; Tony Lazzeri: .300,  113 RBIs, Ben Chapman: 107 RBIs, 38 SBs, Lefty Gomez; 24-7; Red Ruffing: 18-7; Johnny Allen: 17-4

1933

91

59

.607

(7.0)

2nd

Babe Ruth: 34 HRs,103 RBIs,.301; Lou Gehrig: 32 HRs, 139 RBIs,.334; Tony Lazzeri: 104 RBIs: Bill Dickey: .318, Ben Chapman: .312, 98 RBIs, Earle Combs: .300, Lefty Gomez: 16-10, Johnny Allen: 15-7

1934

94

60

.610

(7.0)

2nd

Babe Ruth’s last year; 22 HRs including HR #700, Lou Gehrig: 49 HRs, 165 RBIs, .363 -Triple Crown,-(MVP); Bill Dickey: .322, Ben Chapman: .308, Lefty Gomez: 26-5,158 Ks,2.33 ERA - Triple Crown; Red Ruffing: 19-11

1935

89

60

.597

(3.0)

2nd

Lou Gehrig: 30 HRs,119 RBIs,.329, George Selkirk: .312, 94 RBIs, Red Rolfe: .300, Red Ruffing: 16-11, Johnny Broaca: 15-7, Johnny Allen: 13-6

1936

102

51

.667

19.5

1st

Lou Gehrig: 49 HRs,167 RBIs,.354; Bill Dickey: 22 HRs, .362, 107 RBIs; George Selkirk: .308, 107 RBIs, Tony Lazzeri: 109 RBIs; Joe DiMaggio (Rookie), 29 HRs, 125 RBIs, .323,  Red Ruffing: 20-12, Monte Pearson: 19-7

1937

102

52

.662

13.0

1st

Joe DiMaggio:46 HRs, 151 RBIs, .346; Lou Gehrig: 49 HRs, 159 RBIs,.351; Bill Dickey: 29 HRs,133 RBIs,.332, Lefty Gomez: 21-11,194 Ks,2.33 ERA - Triple Crown; Red Ruffing: 20-7; Johnny Murphy: 13-4, 10 Saves

1938

99

53

.651

9.5

1st

Joe DiMaggio: 32 HRs, 140 RBIs,.324; Bill Dickey: 27 HRs, 115 RBIs, .313, Lou Gehrig: 29 HRs, 114 RBIs, Red Rolfe: .311, Joe Gordon: 25 HRs, 97 RBIs, Tommy Heinrich: 22 HRs, 91 RBIs, Frank Crosetti: 27 SBs, Red Ruffing: 21-7; Lefty Gomez: 18-12, Monte Pearson: 16-7

1939

106

45

.702

17.0

1st

Joe DiMaggio: 30 HRs, 126 RBIs,.381,-(MVP); Red Rolfe: .329, 213 hits, 139 Runs, 46 2Bs, Bill Dickey: 24 HRs, 105 RBIs, .305, George Selkirk: .306, 101 RBIs, Joe Gordon: 28 HRs, 111 RBIs, Red Ruffing: 21-7, Johnny Murphy: 19 Saves, Lou Gehrig last season: 4-28 in 8 gms

1940

88

66

.571

(2.0)

3rd

Joe DiMaggio:31 HRs,133 RBIs,.352; Joe Gordon: 30 HRs, 103 RBIs, Charlie Keller: 21 HRs, 93 RBIs, Red Ruffing: 15-12, Marius Russo: 14-8

1941

101

53

.656

17.0

1st

Joe DiMaggio: 30 HRs, 125 RBIs, .357, 56 Game Hitting Streak-(MVP); Charlie Keller:33 HRs, 122 RBIs, Tommy Henrich: 31 HRs, Joe Gordon: 24 HRs, Phil Rizzuto: .307, Lefty Gomez: 15-5, Red Ruffing: 15-6, Marius Russo: 14-10, Johnny Murphy: 8-3, 15 Saves. Lou Gehrig died on June 2nd.

1942

103

51

.669

9.0

1st

Joe Gordon: 18 HRs, 103 RBIs,.322-(MVP); Joe DiMaggio: 21 HRs, 114 RBIs, .305, Charlie Keller: 26 HRs, 108 RBIs, Ernie 'Tiny' Bonham: 21-5; Spud Chandler: 16-5, Hank Borowy: 15-4

1943

98

56

.636

13.5

1st

Charlie Keller: 31 HRs, 86 RBIs, Nick Etten: 107 RBIs, Billy Johnson: 94 RBIs,  Spud Chandler: 20-4 -(MVP), Tiny Bonham: 15-8, Johnny Murphy 12-4, 8 Saves

1944

83

71

.539

(6.0)

3rd

Nick Etten: 22 HRs, 91 RBIs, .293; Johnny Lindell: .300, 103 RBIs, Snuffy Stirnweiss: .319, 55 SBs, Hank Borowy: 17-12, Monk Dubiel: 13-13, Atley Donald: 13-10

1945

81

71

.533

(6.5)

4th

Nick Etten: 18 HRs, 111 RBIs; Snuffy Stirnweiss: .309, 33 SBs, Bill Bevans: 13-9, Jim Turner: 10 Saves

1946

87

67

.565

(17.0)

3rd

Charlie Keller; 30 HRs, 101 RBIs; Joe DiMaggio (back from military duty) 25 HRs, 95 RBIs: Tommy Heinrich: 83 RBIs, Spud Chandler: 20-8,2.10;  Bill Bevens: 2.23 ERA

1947

97

57

.630

12.0

1st

Joe DiMaggio: 20 HRs, 97 RBIs,.315 (MVP); Tommy Heinrich: 98 RBIs, Billy Johnson: 95 RBIs, George McQuinn: .304, Allie Reynolds: 19-8, Spec Shea: 14-5, Joe Page:14-8, 17 Saves

1948

94

60

.610

(2.5)

3rd

Joe DiMaggio: 39 HRs, 155 RBIs,.320; Tommy Heinrich: 25 HRs, 100 RBIs, .308, Yogi Berra: 98 RBIs, .305, Vic Raschi: 19-8, Eddie Lopat: 17-11, Allie Reynolds: 16-7. Babe Ruth died on August 16th.

1949

97

57

.630

1.0

1st

Yogi Berra: 20 HRs, 91 RBIs, Tommy Heinrich: 24 HRs, 85 RBIs, Vic Raschi: 21-10; Allie Reynolds: 17-6, Tommy Byrne: 15-7, Joe Page: 13-8,  27 saves

1950

98

56

.636

3.0

1st

Yogi Berra: 28 HRs, 124 RBIs,.322; Joe DiMaggio: 32 HRs, 122 RBIs,.301, Phil Rizzuto: .324- (MVP); Johnny Mize: 25 HRs, Hank Bauer: .320, Vic Raschi: 21-8, Eddie Lopat: 18-8, Tommy Byrne: 15-9, Whitey Ford: 9-1

1951

98

56

.636

5.0

1st

Yogi Berra: 27 HRs, 88 RBIs,.294 -(MVP); Gil McDougald: .306-(ROY); Ed Lopat: 21-9; Vic Raschi: 21-10; Allie Reynolds: 17-8, 7 Saves, (2) No-Hitters; Joe Dimaggio’s last year: 12 HRs, 71 RBIs, .263

1952

95

59

.617

2.0

1st

Yogi Berra: 30 HRs, 98 RBIs, Mickey Mantle: 23 HRs, 87 RBIs, .311, Gene Woodling: .309, Allie Reynolds:20-8, 2.06, Vic Raschi: 16-6,  Johnny Sain: 11-6, 7 Saves

1953

99

52

.656

8.5

1st

Yogi Berra: 27 HRs, 108 RBIs, Mickey Mantle: 21 HRs, 92 RBIs, hit 565 foot HR,  Gil McDougald: 83 RBIs, Gene Woodling: .306, Hank Bauer: .306, Whitey Ford: 18-6, Eddie Lopat: 16-4, Allie Reynolds: 13-7, 13 Saves

1954

103

51

.669

(8.0)

2nd

Yogi Berra: 22 HRs, 125 RBIs,.307- (MVP); Mickey Mantle: 27 HRs, 102 RBIs, .300, Irv Noren: .319, Andy Carey: .302,  Bob Grim: 20-6 -(ROY); Whitey Ford: 16-8, Eddie Lopat: 12-4, Johnny Sain: 22 Saves

1955

96

58

.623

3.0

1st

Yogi Berra: 27 HRs, 108 RBIs,.272- (MVP); Mickey Mantle: 37 HRs, 99 RBIs, .306, Hank Bauer: 20 HRs, Bill 'Moose' Skowron: .319 ; Whitey Ford: 18-7, Bob Turley: 17-13, Tommy Byrne: 16-5, Jon Konstanty: 11 Saves; Elston Howard becomes Yankees' first black player

1956

97

57

.630

9.0

1st

Mickey Mantle: 52 HRs, 130 RBIs, .353 -Triple Crown, -(MVP); Yogi Berra:30 HRs, 105 RBIs; Moose Skowron: .308, 90 RBIs, Hank Bauer: 26 HRs, 84 RBIs; Gil McDougald: .311, Whitey Ford:19-6; Johnny Kucks:18-9; Tom Sturdivant: 16-8; Don Larson: 11-5

1957

98

56

.636

8.0

1st

Mickey Mantle: 34 HRs, 94 RBIs, .365 -(MVP); Yogi Berra: 24 HRs, 82 RBIs, Moose Skowron: .304, 88 RBIs, Tony Kubek: .297 -(ROY); Tom Sturdivant: 16-6, Bob Turley: 13-6; Bobby Shantz: 11-5, Bob Grim: 19 Saves

1958

92

62

.597

10.0

1st

Mickey Mantle: 42 HRs, 97 RBIs, .304; Yogi Berra: 22 HRs, 90 RBIs, Norm Siebern: .300, Bob Turley:21-7, Cy Young; Whitey Ford: 14-7,2.01 ERA, Ryan Duren: 20 Saves

1959

79

75

.513

(15.0)

3rd

Mickey Mantle: 31 HRs, 75 RBIs; Bobby Richardson; .301, Whitey Ford: 16-10, Duke Mass: 14-8, Ryan Duren: 14 Saves

1960

97

57

.630

8.0

1st

Roger Maris: 39 HRs, 112 RBIs,.273 -(MVP); Mickey Mantle: 40 HRs, 94 RBIs; Bill Skowron: 26 HRs, 91 RBIs, .309, Art Ditmar: 15-9, Jim Coates: 13-3, Whitey Ford: 12-9, Bobby Shantz: 11 Saves

One Division of 10 Teams in American League

1961

109

53

.673

8.0

1st

Roger Maris: 61 HRs, 142 RBIs,.269- (MVP)- Broke Babe Ruth's HR record; Mickey Mantle: 54 HRs, 128 RBIs,.317; Whitey Ford: 25-4, 209 Ks, Cy Young; Elston Howard: 21 HRs, .348; Moose Skowron: 28 HRs, 89 RBIs, Yogi Berra: 22 HRs, Johnny Blanchard: 21 HRs, Ralph Terry: 16-3; Bill Stafford: 14-9,  Luis Arroyo: 15-5, 29 saves

1962

96

66

.593

5.0

1st

Mickey Mantle: 30 HRs, 89 RBIs, .321- (MVP); Roger Maris: 33 HRs, 100 RBIs; Elston Howard: 21 HRs, 91 RBIs, Moose Showron: 23 HRs, 80 RBIs, Tom Tresh: 20 HRs, 93 RBIs- (ROY); Bobby Richardson: .302; Ralph Terry: 23-12, Whitey Ford: 17-8, Marshall Bridges: 18 Saves

1963

104

57

.646

10.5

1st

Elston Howard: 28 HRs, 85 RBIs,.287- (MVP); Joe Pepitone: 27 HRs, 89 RBIs, Tom Tresh: 25 HRs, Roger Maris: 23 HRs, Whitey Ford: 24-7; Jim Bouton: 21-7; Ralph Terry: 17-15, Hal Reniff: 18 Saves

1964

99

63

.611

1.0

1st

Mickey Mantle: 35 HRs, 111 RBIs, .303; Joe Pepitone: 28 HRs, 100 RBIs; Elston Howard: .313, 84 RBIs, Roger Maris: 26 HRs, Jim Bouton: 18-13, Al Downing: 13-8, 217 Ks; Whitey Ford: 17-6, Pete Millelsen: 12 Saves

1965

77

85

.475

(25.0)

6th

Tom Tresh: 26 HRs, 74 RBIs, Mickey Mantle: 19 HRs, Joe Pepitone: 18 HRs, Clete Boyer: 18 HRs; Mel Stottlemyre: 20-9, 2.63; Whitey Ford: 16-13, Pedro Ramos: 19 Saves

1966  

70

89

.440

(26.5)

10th

Joe Pepitone: 31 HRs, 83 RBIs; Tom Tresh: 27 HRs; Mickey Mantle: 23 HRs, Mel Stottlemyre: 12-20; Fritz Peterson: 12-11

1967

72

90

.444

(20.0)

9th

Mickey Mantle: 22 HRs, Tom Tresh: 14 HRs, Horace Clarke: 21 SBs, Al Downing: 14-10, Mel Stottlemyre: 15-15, Dooley Womack: 18 Saves

1968

83

79

.512

(20.0)

5th

Roy White: 17 HRs, Stan Bahnsen: 17-12, 2.05 -(ROY); Mel Stottlemyre: 21-12; Steve Hamilton's "Folly Floater" 11 Saves, Mickey Mantle’s last year: 18 HRs,54 RBIs,.237

Two Divisions of 6 Teams in American League (Eastern Division)

1969

80

81

.497

(28.5)

5th

Joe Pepitone: 27 HRs; Bobby Murcer: 26 HRs,82 RBIs, Horace Clarke: 33 SBs, Mel Stottlemyre 20-14, 2.82 ERA; Fritz Peterson: 17-16; Jack Aker: 11 Saves

1970

93

69

.574

(15.0)

2nd

Roy White: 22 HRs, 94 RBIs,.296; Danny Cater: .301, Thurman Munson:.302-(ROY); Fritz Peterson: 20-11, Mel Stottlemyre: 15-13, Lindy McDaniel: 9-5, 29 Saves

1971

82

80

.506

(21.0)

4th

Bobby Murcer: 25 HRs, 94 RBIs,.331; Roy White: 19 HRs, 84 RBIs, Mel Stottlemyre: 16-12, Fritz Peterson: 15-13, Stan Bahnsen: 14-12

1972

79

76

.510

(6.5)

4th

Bobby Murcer: 33 HRs, 96 RBIs; Ron Blomberg: 14 HRs, Fritz Peterson: 17-15, Steve Kline: 16-9, Mike Kekich: 10-13, Sparky Lyle: 35 saves; Fritz Peterson and Mike Kekich made headlines swapping wives and families.

1973

80

82

.494

(17.0)

4th

Bobby Murcer: 22 HRs, 95 RBIs, .304; Thurman Munson: 20 HRs, .301; Graig Nettles: 22 HRs, Mel Stottlemyre: 16-16; Doc Medich: 14-9, Sparky Lyle: 27 Saves

1974

89

73

.549

(2.0)

2nd

Yankee Stadium remodeled; Yankees played "home games" at Shea Stadium; Graig Nettles: 22 HRs, Bobby Murcer: 88 RBIs, Lou Piniella:.305 Elliot Maddox: .303, Pat Dobson: 19-15; Doc Medich: 19-15; Dick Tidrow: 11-9

1975

83

77

.519

(12.0)

3rd

Thurman Munson: .318, 102 RBIs; Bobby Bonds: 30-30 club; 32 HRs, 30 SBs; Craig Nettles: 21 HRs, 91 RBIs, Chris Chambliss: .304, Jim ‘Catfish’ Hunter: 23-14;

1976

97

62

.610

10.5

1st

Moved back into ‘New’ Yankee Stadium; Thurman Munson: 17 HRs,105 RBIs,.302- (MVP); Graig Nettles: 32 HRs, 93 RBIs; Mickey Rivers: .312; Chris Chambliss: 96 RBIs,  Ed Figueroa:19-10; Dock Ellis: 17-8, Catfish Hunter: 17-15,

Two Divisions of 7 Teams in American League (Eastern Division)

1977

100

62

.617

2.5

1st

Reggie Jackson: 32 HRs, 100 RBIs; Thurman Munson: .308, 100 RBIs; Mickey Rivers: .326; Graig Nettles: 37 HRs, 107 RBIs, Chris Chambliss: 90 RBIs, Ron Guidry: 16-7, Ed Figueroa:16-11, Mike Torrez: 14-12, Don Gullett: 14-4, Sparky Lyle: 13-5, 2.17 ERS,26 saves, Cy Young;

1978

100

63

.613

1.0

1st

Reggie Jackson: 27 HRs, 97 RBIs; Graig Nettles: 27 HRs, 93 RBIs; Chris Chambliss: 90 RBIs, Lou Piniella: .314 Ron Guidry: 25-3, 248 Ks,1.74 ERA,9 Sh-O’s, Cy Young; Ed Figueroa: 20-9; Catfish Hunter: 12-6, Rich 'Goose' Gossage: 26 Saves

1979

89

71

.556

13.5

4th

Thurman Munson dies in plane crash; Reggie Jackson: 29 HRs, 89 RBIs, Jim Spencer: 23 HRs, Graig Nettles: 20 HRs, Tommy John: 21-9; Ron Guidry: 18-8, Luis Tiant: 13-8, Ron Davis: 14-2, Goose Gossage: 18 Saves

1980

103

59

.636

3.0

1st

Reggie Jackson: 41 HRs, 111 RBIs, .300; Bob Watson: .307, Willie Randolph: .294, 30 SBs, Rick Cerone: 85 RBIs, Tommy John: 22-9; Ron Guidry: 17-10, Rudy May: 15-5, Goose Gossage: 33 Saves

1981

59

48

.551

-

1st/5th

Strike-Split season (55 gms); Dave Winfield: 68 RBIs, Reggie Jackson: 15 HRs, Larry Milbourne: .313; Jerry Mumphrey: .307; Dave Righetti: 8-4, 2.05 -(ROY); Ron Guidry: 11-5; Goose Gossage: 20 Saves

1982

79

83

.488

(16.0)

5th

Dave Winfield: 37 HRs, 106 RBIs; Jerry Mumphrey: .300; Roy Smalley: 20 HRs, Oscar Gamble: 18 HRs, Ron Guidry: 14-8, Dave Righetti: 11-10, Goose Gossage: 30 Saves

1983

91

71

.562

(7.0)

3rd

Dave Winfield: 32 HRs, 116 RBIs; Ken Griffey: .306; Don Baylor: 21 HRs, 85 RBIs,.303; Dave Righetti: 14-8, No-Hitter; Ron Guidry: 21-9; Shane Rawley: 14-14

1984

87

75

.537

(17.0)

3rd

Don Mattingly: 21 HRs, 110 RBIs,.343; Dave Winfield: .340, 100 RBIs; Don Baylor 27 HRs, 89 RBIs, Phil Niekro: 16-8; Dave Righetti: 31 Saves

1985

97

64

.602

(2.0)

2nd

Don Mattingly: 35 HRs, 145 RBIs,.324- (MVP); Ricky Henderson: 24 HRs, .314, 146 runs, 80 SBs; Dave Winfield: 26 HRs, 114 RBIs, Don Baylor: 23 HRs, 91 RBIs, Ron Guidry: 22-6; Phil Niekro: 16-12; Joe Cowley: 12-6, Dave Righetti: 12-7, 29 Saves

1986

90

72

.556

(5.5)

2nd

Don Mattingly: 31 HRs, 113 RBIs,.352, 238 Hits, 53 2Bs; Dave Winfield:24 HRs, 104 RBIs; Ricky Henderson 28 HRs, 87 SBs, Mike Pagliarulo: 28 HRs, Dennis Rasmussen: 18-6, Dave Righetti: 46 Saves; 

1987

89

73

.549

(9.0)

4th

Don Mattingly: 30 HRs, 115 RBIs,.327, 6 Grand Slams, 8 straight games w/HR; Mike Pagliarulo: 32 HRs, 87 RBIs, Dave Winfield: 27 HRs, 97 RBIs; Willie Randolph: .305, Rick Rhoden: 16-10, Tommy John: 13-6, Dave Righetti: 31 Saves; 

1988

85

76

.528

(3.5)

5th

Dave Winfield: 25 HRs, 107 RBIs,.322; Don Mattingly: .311, 88 RBIs; Jack Clark: 27 HRs, 93 RBIs, Ricky Henderson:.305, 93 SBs, Claudell Washington: .308, John Candalaria: 13-7, Richard Dotson: 12-9

1989

74

87

.460

(14.5)

5th

Don Mattingly: 23 HRs, 113 RBIs,.303; Steve Sax: .315, 43 SBs; Roberto Kelly: .302; Andy Hawkins: 15-15, Dave Righetti: 25 saves

1990

67

95

.414

(21.0)

7th

Jesse Barfield: 25 HRs, Kevin Maas: 21 HRs; Steve Sax: 43 SBs, Roberto Kelly: 42 SBs, Tim Leary: 9-19, Lee Guetterman: 11-7, Dave Righetti: 36 saves

1991

71

91

.438

(20.0)

5th

Steve Sax: .304, Matt Nokes: 24 HRs, Kevin Maas: 23 HRs, Roberty Kelly: 20 HRs, Mel Hall: 19 HRs,80 RBIs; Scott Sanderson: 16-10, Steve Farr: 23 Saves

1992

76

86

.469

(20.0)

T-4th

Danny Tartabull:25 HRs, 85 RBIs, Matt Nokes: 22 HRs, Don Mattingly: 86 RBIs, Melido Perez:13-16,2.87,218 Ks; Steve Farr: 30 Saves  

1993

88

74

.543

(7.0)

2nd

Mike Stanley: 26 HRs, 84 RBIs,.305; Danny Tartabull: 31 HRs, 102, RBIs; Paul O'Neill: 20 HRs, .311, Don Mattingly: 86 RBIs, Jimmy Key: 18-6; Bob Wickman: 14-4;  Jim Abbott: 11-14, No-Hitter; Steve Farr: 25 Saves

Three Divisions (5, 5 & 4 teams) in American League (Eastern Division)

1994

70

43

.619

6.5

1st

Strike (49 gms); Wade Boggs: .342; Paul O’Neill:21 HRs, 83 RBIs, .359; Luis Polonia: .311, Don Mattingly: .304 Jimmy Key; 17-4; Steve Howe: 3-0, 15 Saves

1995

79

65

.521

(7.0)

2nd-WC

Strike (18 gms); Paul O’Neill: 22 HRs, 96 RBIs, .300; Wade Boggs: .324; Bernie Williams: .307, 82 RBIs, Mike Stanley: 83 RBIs, Jack McDowell: 15-10; John Wetteland: 31 Saves, Don Mattingly’s last season; 49 RBIs, .288. Mickey Mantle died on August 13th.

1996

92

70

.568

3.0

1st

Bernie Williams: 29 HRs, 102 RBIs,.305; Tino Martinez: 25 HRs, 117 RBIs, Derek Jeter: .314 -(ROY); Wade Boggs: 311; Paul O'Neill: .302, 91 RBIs, Andy Pettite: 21-8; Kenny Rogers: 12-8, John Wetteland: 43 saves; Dwight Gooden: 11-7, No-Hitter

1997

96

66

.593

(2.0)

2nd-WC

Tino Martinez: 44 HRs, 141 RBIs,.298; Paul O’Neill: 21 HRs, 117 RBIs, .324; Bernie Williams: 21 HRs, 100 RBIs,.328, Andy Pettite: 18-7, David Wells: 16-10, David Cone; 12-6; Mariano Rivera: 43 Saves

1998

114

48

.704

22.0

1st

Bernie Williams: 26 HRs, 96 RBIs,.336; Paul O’Neill: 24 HRs, 115 RBIs, .317; Derek Jeter:.324, 84 RBIs; Tino Martinez: 28 HRs, 123 RBIs; Scott Brosius: .300, 98 RBIs, Darryl Strawberry: 24 HRs, Chuck Knoblauch: 31 SBs, David Cone: 20-7;  David Wells: 18-4, Perfect game; Hideki Irabu: 13-9, Mariano Rivera: 36 saves

1999

98

64

.605

4.0

1st

Derek Jeter: 24 HRs, 102 RBIs,.349, 219 Hits; Tino Martinez: 28 HRs, 105 RBIs; Bernie Williams: 25 HRs, 115 RBIs,.342; Paul O'Neil: 110 RBIs; Orlando Hernandez: 17-9; Roger Clemens: 14-10; David Cone: 12-9, Perfect game; Mariano Rivers: 45 Saves. Joe DiMaggio died on March 8th.

2000

87

74

.540

2.5

1st

Derek Jeter: .339, (All-Star Game MVP); Bernie Williams:30 HRs, 121 RBIs, .307; Jorge Posada; 28 HRs, 86 RBIs, Paul O'Neill: 100 RBIs, Tino Martinez: 91 RBIs, David Justice 20 HRs; Andy Pettite: 19-9; Roger Clemens: 13-8, Mariano Rivers: 36 Saves

2001

95

65

.594

13.5

1st

Derek Jeter: 21 HRs, .311, Bernie Williams: 26 HRs, 94 RBIs,.307; Tino Martinez:34 HRs, 113 RBIs,  Paul O'Neill: 21 HRs, Alphonso Soriano: 43 SBs, Roger Clemens: 20-3 - Cy Young; Mike Mussina: 17-11, Andy Pettite: 15-10, Mariano Rivers: 50 Saves

2002

103

58

.640

10.0

 1st

Jason Giambi: 41 HRs, 122 RBIs, .314, Bernie Williams: 19 HRs, 103 RBIs,.333; Alfonso Soriano: 39 HRs, 102 RBIs, .300, 41 SBs, Robin Ventura: 27 HRs, 93 RBIs, Jorge Posada: 20 HRs, 99 RBIs, David Wells: 19-7, Mike Mussina: 18-10, Roger Clemens: 13-6, Andy Pettite: 13-5, Mariano Rivera: 28 Saves

2003

101

61

.623

6.0

 1st

Derek Jeter: .324, Jason Giambi: 41 HRs, 107 RBIs, Jorge Posada: 30 HRs, 101 RBIs, Alfonso Soriano: 38 HRs, 91 RBIs, 35 SBs, Hideki Matsui: 106 RBIs, Andy Pettite: 21-8, Mike Mussina: 17-8, Roger Clemens: 17-9, David Wells: 15-7, Mariano Rivers: 42 Saves  
2004

101

61

.623

3.0

 1st

Franchise Record 242 HRs; ML Record 61 'come from behind wins'; Hideki Matsui: 31 HRs, 108 RBIs, Gary Sheffield: 36 HRs, 121 RBIs,  Alex Rodriguez: 36 HRs, 106 RBIs, Derek Jeter: 23 HRs, Bernie Williams; 22 HRs, Jorge Posada; 21 HRs,  Jon Lieber: 14-8, Javier Vazquez: 14-10, Mariano Rivera: 53 Saves
2005

95

67

.586

0.0

 1st

Alex Rodriguez: 48 HRs, 130 RBIs, .321, Gary Sheffield: 34 HRs, 123 RBIs, Hideki Matsui: 23 HRs, 116 RBIs, .305, Derek Jeter: .309, Jason Giambi: 32 HRs, 83 RBIs, Randy Johnson: 17-8, Mike Mussina: 13-8, Mariano Rivera: 1.38 ERA, 43 Saves
2006

97

65

.599

10.0

 1st

Derek Jeter: 214 hits, 97 RBIs, .343, Alex Rodriguez: 35 HRs, 121 RBIs, Jason Giambi: 37 HRs, 113 RBIs, Johnny Damon: 24 HRs, Robinson Cano: .342, Bobby Abreu: .330, Chien-Ming Wang: 19-6, Randy Johnson: 17-11, Mike Mussina: 15-7, Mariano Rivera: 1.80 ERA, 34 Saves
2007

94

68

.580

(2.0)

2nd-WC

Alex Rodriguez: .314, 54 HRs, 156 RBIs, (hit 500th HR), Jorge Posada: .338, Derek Jeter: .322, Hideki Matsui: 25 HRs, 103 RBIs, Robinson Cano: .306, 97 RBIs, Bobby Abreu: 101 RBIs, Chien-Ming Wang: 19-7, Andy Pettite: 15-9 (won his 200th game), Mariano Rivera: 30 Saves, Roger Clemens returned to pitch at age 44 (6-6)
2008

89

73

.549

(8.0)

3rd

Alex Rodriguez: .302, 35 HRs, 103 RBIs, Johnny Damon: .303, Derek Jeter: .300, Jason Giambi: 32 HRs, 96 RBIs, Bobby Abreu: 100 RBIs, Mike Mussina: 20-9, Mariano Rivera: 39 Saves, Did not make playoffs for first time in 13 years. Last year at Yankee Stadium.
2009

103

59

.636

8.0

 1st

New Yankee Stadium opens - Derek Jeter (.334) passed Lou Gehrig to become all time Yankee hits leader. Mark Teixeira: 39 HRs, 122 RBIs,  Alex Rodriguez: 30 HRs, 100 RBIs. Tied ML record - 7 players with 20+ HRs. Nick Swisher (29), Hideki Matsui (28), Robinson Cano (25, .320), Johnny Damon (24), Jorge Posada (22). CC Sabathia: 19-8, Andy Pettite: 14-8, Mariano Rivera: 44 Saves, 1.76 ERA.
2010

95

67

.586

(1.0)

2nd-WC

Robinson Cano had 200+ hits for the 2nd straight year and batted .319 (also had 29 HRs and 108 RBIs) to lead the Yanks. Alex Rodriguez: 30 HRs, 125 RBIs broke Major League record with 13th straight season with 30+ HRs and 100+ RBIs. Mark Teixeira: 33 HRs, 108 RBIs, Nick Swisher: 29 HRs, Brett Gardner: 47 SBs.  CC Sabathia: 21-7, Phil Hughes: 18-8, Andy Pettite: 11-3, Mariano Rivera: 33 Saves, 1.80 ERA.
2011

97

65

.599

6.0

 1st

Derek Jeter became the first Yankee to collect 3000 hits by going 5-5 with 2 HRs. Jeter batted .297 on the year. The offense was led by Curtis Granderson: (41 HRs, 119 RBIs), along with Mark Teixeira (39 HRs, 111 RBIs), Robison Cano (28 HRs, 118 RBIs, .302) and Nick Swisher (23 HRs, 85 RBIs). CC Sabathia: 19-8, Ivan Nova: 16-4. Mariano Rivera collected 44 Saves to pass the 600 career mark and become the all-time save leader.
2012

95

67

.586

2.0

 1st

Mariano Rivera tore ACL early in season and missed entire year.  Derek Jeter led the Major Leagues with hits (216)- Batted .316; Traded for Ichiro Suzuki (.322). Robinson Cano (.313, 33, 93); Swisher (24, 93), Teixeira (24, 84), Granderson (43, 106); Hiroki Kuroda: 16-11, Phil Hughes: 16-13: CC Sabathia: 15-6, Rafael Soriano 42 Saves.

FRANCHISE HISTORY
Baltimore Orioles 1901-02 (118-153, .435)
New York Highlanders 1903-12 (734-759, .492)
New York Yankees 1913-present (9010-6581, .578) - 27 World Championships, 40 Pennants, and 51 Playoff Appearances
OVERALL RECORD - 9862-7493 (.568)


Non-World Series Post Season Game Scores
Year	Opponent		Game Scores						Series Result	
1976	Kansas City Royals	4-1	3-7	5-3	4-7	7-6			(Won ALCS 3-2)
	Game 5: Chris Chambliss (.524) HR in bottom of 9th inning to win series
1977	Kansas City Royals	2-7	6-2	2-6	6-4	5-3			(Won ALCS 3-2)
	Sparky Lyle 2-0 in relief; Cliff Johnson: .400, HR
1978	Boston Red Sox		5-4							(Won Div. Playoff)
	Bucky Dent 3-run HR to win one game playoff for division championship
	Kansas City Royals	7-1	4-10	6-5	2-1				(Won ALCS 3-1)
	Reggie Jackson: .462, 2 HRs; Game 3:George Brett 3 HRs
1980	Kansas City Royals	2-7	2-3	2-4					(Lost ALCS 3-0)
	Bob Watson: .500; Willie Randalph: .385; George Brett: 2 HRs
1981	Milwaukee Brewers	5-3	3-0	3-5	1-2	7-3			(Won ALDS 3-2)
	Reggie Jackson: 2 HRs
	Oakland A's		3-1	13-3	4-0					(Won ALCS 3-0)
	Graig Nettles: .500 (LCS MVP)
1995	Seattle Mariners	9-6	7-5	4-7	8-11	5-6			(Lost ALDS 3-2)
	Game 5: Edgar Martinez game winning hit in 11th inning; Don Mattingly: .417
1996	Texas Rangers		2-6	5-4	3-2	6-4				(Won ALDS 3-1)
	Bernie Williams: .467, 3 HRs
	Baltimore Orioles	5-4	3-5	5-2	8-4	6-4			(Won ALCS 4-1)
	Bernie Williams: .474, 2 HRs (LCS MVP); Darryl Strawberry: .417, 3 HRs
1997	Cleveland Indians	8-6	5-7	6-1	2-3	3-4			(Lost ALDS 3-2)
	Game 4: lose on Sandy Alomar HR 4 outs away from series win; Paul O'Neill: .421, 2 HRs
1998	Texas Rangers		2-0	3-1	4-0					(Won ALDS 3-0)
	Darryl Strawberry fights cancer; Shane Spencer; 2 HRs
	Cleveland Indians	7-2	1-4	1-6	4-0	5-3	9-5		(Won ALCS 4-2)
	David Wells: 2-0 (LCS MVP)
1999	Texas Rangers		8-0	3-1	3-0					(Won ALDS 3-0)
	Derek Jeter: .455; Bernie Williams: HR,6 RBIs, Daryl Strawberry, HR,3 RBIs
	Boston Red Sox		4-3	3-2	1-13	9-2	6-1			(Won ALCS 4-1)
	Orlando "El Duque" Hernandez: 1-0 (LCS MVP); Derek Jeter: .350
2000	Oakland A's		3-5	4-2	4-0	1-11	7-5			(Won ALDS 3-2)
	Tino Martinez: .421; Mariano Rivera: 3 Saves
	Seattle Mariners	0-2	7-1	8-2	5-0	2-6	9-7		(Won ALCS 4-2)
	David Justice 2 HRs, 8 RBIs (LCS MVP); Bernie Williams .435; Clemens: 1 hit shutout
2001	Oakland A's		3-5	0-2	1-0	9-2	5-3			(Won ALDS 3-2)
	Jorge Posada: .444; Derek Jeter: .444, made 'the play' in game-3 to preserve win.
	Seattle Mariners	4-2	3-2	3-14	3-1	12-3			(Won ALCS 4-1)
	Bernie Williams: 3 HRs, Paul O'Neill: .417, 2 HRs, Andy Pettite: 2-0 (LCS MVP); 
2002	Anaheim Angels		8-5	6-8	6-9	5-9				(Lost ALDS 3-1)
	Derek Jeter: .500; Clemens, Pettite, Mussina & Wells combined ERA 10.38
2003	Minnesota Twins		1-3	4-1	3-1	8-1				(Won ALDS 3-1)
	Derek Jeter: .429, HR; Bernie Williams: .400
	Boston Red Sox		2-5	6-2	4-3	2-3	4-2	6-9	6-5	(Won ALCS 4-3)
	Aaron Boone walk off HR in 11th inning of game-7, Mariano Rivera: 1-0, 2 saves (LCS MVP)
2004	Minnesota Twins	0-2	7-6	8-4	6-5					(Won ALDS 3-1)
	Alex Rodriguez: .421; Hideki Matsui: .412
	Boston Red Sox		10-7	3-1	19-8	4-6	4-5	2-4	3-10	(Lost ALCS 4-3)
	Yanks blew 3-0 series lead, first time in Major League History a team came back to win down 3-0
2005	Los Angeles Angels	4-2	3-5	7-11	3-2	3-5			(Lost ALDS 3-2)
	Jason Giambi: 421, Derek Jeter: .333, 2 HRs, 5 RBIs, Mariano Rivera: 2 Saves
2006	Detroit Tigers		8-4	3-4	0-6	3-8				(Lost ALDS 3-1)
	Derek Jeter: .500 (5 hits in game 1), Jorge Posada: .500, Bobby Abreu: .467
2007	Cleveland Indians	3-12	1-2	8-4	4-6				(Lost ALDS 3-1)
	Robinson Cano: .333, 2 HRs, Johnny Damon: .278, 2 HRs, 5 RBIs
2009	Minnesota Twins		7-2	4-3	4-1					(Won ALDS 3-0)
	Alex Rodriguez: .455, 2 HRs, 6 RBIs, Derek Jeter: .400, 1 HR
	Los Angeles Angels	4-1	4-3	4-5	10-1	6-7	5-2		(Won ALCS 4-2)
	Alex Rodriguez: .429, 3 HRs, 6 RBIs, Jeter & Damon: 2 HRs each, CC Sabathia: 2-0  (LCS MVP)
2010	Minnesota Twins		6-4	5-2	6-1					(Won ALDS 3-0)
	4th straight series win over Twins, Curtis Granderson: .455, Jorge Posada: 2 HRs
	Texas Rangers		6-5	2-7	0-8	3-10	7-2	1-6		(Lost ALCS 4-2)	
	Rangers pitching dominated Yankee hitters, Robinson Cano, .375, 4 Home Runs
2011	Detroit Tigers		9-3	3-5	4-5	10-1	2-3			(Lost ALDS 3-2)
	Yankees middle order struggled. Jorge Posada (.429), Robinson Cano (2 HRs, 9 RBIs)
2012	Baltimore Orioles	7-2 	2-3 	3-2 	1-2 	3-1			(Won ALDS 3-2)
	Raul Ibanez clutch HRs, CC Sabathia 2-0, Offense in big slump. Jeter: 8 hits, .364
	Detroit Tigers		4-6 	0-3 	1-2	1-8				(Lost ALCS 4-0)
	Jeter breaks ankle in game-1, Detroit pitching dominating: Yanks only 11 hits in last 3 games
	
ALCS/ALDS/Playoff series record: 23-10, .697;  Overall record: 89-59, .601

World Series Game Scores
Year	Opponent		Game Scores						Series Result	
1921	New York Giants	3-0	3-0	5-13	2-4	3-1	5-8	1-2	0-1	(Lost 5-3)
	Babe Ruth .313, HR, Waite Hoyt 2-1 (0 earned runs allowed in 27 innings)
1922	New York Giants		2-3	3-3	0-3	3-4	3-5			(Lost 4-0-1)
	Ruth .118 with 0 HRs; Bob Meusel 6-10, .300; Giants team: .309; 
1923	New York Giants		4-5	4-2	0-1	8-4	8-1	6-4		(Won 4-2)
	Ruth 7-19 (MVP), .368, 3 HRs, 8 RBIs, Aaron Ward, 10-24, .417, Meusel 8 RBIs, Herb Pennock 2-0
1926	St. Louis Cardinals	2-1	2-6	0-4	10-5	3-2	2-10	2-3	(Lost 4-3)
	Alexander K's Lazzeri w/bases full; Earle Combs 10-28, .357, Gehrig 8-23, .348, Ruth 4 HRs, 11 Walks, Pennock 2-0
1927	Pittsburgh Pirates	5-4	6-2	8-1	4-3				(Won 4-0)
	American League's first Series sweep; Ruth .400, 2 HRs, Mark Koenig (MVP) 9-18, 500, Wilcy Moore 1-0
1928	St. Louis Cardinals	4-1	9-3	7-3	7-3				(Won 4-2)
	Ruth: series-record .625 (10-16, 3 HRs), 3 HRs; Gehrig (MVP) 6-11, 4 HRs, 9 RBIs, 6 walks, .545, Waite Hoyt 2-0
1932	Chicago Cubs		12-6	5-2	7-5	13-6				(Won 4-0)
	Ruth's 'called shot' at Wrigley; Gehrig (MVP) 9-17, .529, 3 HRs, 8 RBIs, Bill Dickey 7-16, .438, Pennock 2 saves
1936	New York Giants		1-6	18-4	2-1	5-2	4-5	13-5		(Won 4-2)
	Yankees hit .302, Jake Powell (MVP) 10-22, .455, Red Rolfe, 10-25, .400, Lefty Gomez 2-0; 
1937	New York Giants		8-1	8-1	5-1	3-7	4-2			(Won 4-1)
	Tony Lazzeri 6-15, .400, Rolfe 6-20, .300, Myril Hoag 6-20, .300, Lefty Gomez (MVP) 2-0
1938	Chicago Cubs		3-1	6-3	5-2	8-3				(Won 4-0)
	First-ever Series three-peat; Dickey & Joe Gordon (both 6-15, .400), Frankie Crosetti 6 RBIs, Red Ruffing (MVP) 2-0
1939	Cincinnati Reds		2-1	4-0	7-3	7-4				(Won 4-0)
	Charlie Keller (MVP) .438, 3 HR, 6 RBI; Yanks ERA, 1.22, Yanks win 13 of last 14 WS games and 28 of last 31 WS games
1941	Brooklyn Dodgers	3-2	2-3	2-1	7-4	3-1			(Won 4-1)
	Gordon (MVP) 7-14 .500,  Keller 7-18, .389 5 RBIs, Yankees ERA 1.80, Dodgers hit .182
1942	St. Louis Cardinals	7-4	3-4	0-2	6-9	2-4			(Lost 4-1)
	Game 3 shutout loss for Yanks first since '26; Phil Ruzzuto 8-21, .381, DiMaggio 7-21, .333, Rolfe 6-17, .353
1943	St. Louis Cardinals	4-2	3-4	6-2	2-1	2-0			(Won 4-1)
	Spud Chandler (MVP) 2-0 complete-game wins in Games 1 & 5 including shutout, Billy Johnson 6-20, .300
1947	Brooklyn Dodgers	5-3	10-3	8-9	2-3	2-1	6-8	5-2	(Won 4-3)
	Game 6: DiMaggio robbed; Tommy Heinrich (MVP) 10-31, .323, HR, Johnny Lindell, 9-18, .500, Spec Shea 2-0
1949	Brooklyn Dodgers	1-0	0-1	4-3	6-4	10-6			(Won 4-1)
	Casey Stengel's first title; Bobby Brown 6-12, .500, Joe Page (MVP) 1-0, 1 save, Allie Reynolds 1-0, save & shutout
1950	Philadelphia  Phillies	1-0	2-1	3-2	5-2				(Won 4-0)
	Gene Woodling 6-14, .429, Jerry Coleman (MVP ) 4-14, .286, 3 RBIs, Reynolds 1-0, 1 Save, Yanks ERA 0.73
1951	New York Giants		1-5	3-1	2-6	6-2	13-1	4-3		(Won 4-2)
	Game 2: Mantle hurt chasing Mays' drive, Bobby Brown 5-14, .357, Rizzuto (MVP) 8-25, .320, Eddie Lopat 2-0
1952	Brooklyn Dodgers	2-4	7-1	3-5	2-0	5-6	3-2	4-2	(Won 4-3)
	Mickey Mantle 10-29, .345, 2 HRs, Johnny Mize (MVP) 6-15, .400, 3 HRs, Vic Raschi 2-0, Allie Reynolds 2-1, 1 Save
1953	Brooklyn Dodgers	9-5	4-2	2-3	3-7	11-7	4-3		(Won 4-2)
	Billy Martin (MVP) 12-24, .500, 2 HRs, 8 RBIs, Yogi Berra 9-21, .429, HR, Allie Reynolds 1-0, 1 Save
1955	Brooklyn Dodgers	6-5	4-2	3-8	5-8	3-5	5-1	0-2	(Lost 4-3)
	Game 7: Sandy Amoros robs Berra (10-24, .417), Hank Bauer 6-14, .429, Martin 8-25 .320, Whitey Ford 2-0
1956	Brooklyn Dodgers	3-6	8-13	5-3	6-2	2-0	0-1	9-0	(Won 4-3)
	Game 5: Don Larsen (MVP) perfect game; Berra 9-25, .360, 3 HRs, 10 RBIs, Mantle 3 HRs, Billy Martin, 2 HRs
1957	Milwaukee Braves	3-1	2-4	12-3	5-7	0-1	3-2	0-5	(Lost 4-3)
	Lew Burdette (3-0): shutouts Yanks in Games 5 and 7; Coleman 8-22, .364, Berra 8-25, .320, Bauer and Tony Kubek 2 HRs
1958	Milwaukee Braves	3-4	5-13	4-0	0-3	7-0	4-3	6-2	(Won 4-3)
	Bob Turley (MVP) 2-1, 1 save, wins 7th in relief; Bauer 10-31, .323, 4 HRs, Gil McDougald 9-28, .321, Mantle 2 HRs
1960	Pittsburgh Pirates	4-6	16-3	10-0	2-3	2-5	12-0	9-10	(Lost 4-3)
	Game 7: Bill Mazeroski's 9th inning HR beats Yanks, Bobby Richardson (MVP) 11-30, .367, 12 RBIs, Skowron 12-21, .375, 
	Mantle 10-25, .400, 3 HRs, 11 RBIs, Tony Kubek 10-30, .333, Maris 2 HRs, Whitey Ford 2-0, 2 shutouts 
1961	Cincinnati Reds		2-0	2-6	3-2	7-0	13-5			(Won 4-1)
	Whitey Ford (MVP) 2-0, Clete Boyer's defense, Richardson 9-23, .391, Skowron 6-17, .353, Johnny Blanchard 2 HRs
1962	San Francisco Giants	6-2	0-2	3-2	3-7	5-3	2-5	1-0	(Won 4-3)
	Ford's streak ends- 33 scoreless innings; Ralph Terry (MVP) 2-1, shutout, Tom Tresh 9-28, .321, Clete Boyer .318
1963	Los Ang. Dodgers	2-5	1-4	0-1	1-2				(Lost 4-0)
	Yanks score four runs; Game 1: Sandy Koufax: 15 K's vs Yanks; Elston Howard, 5-15 .333, Whitey Ford 0-2
1964	St. Louis Cardinals	5-9	8-3	2-1	3-4	2-5	8-3	5-7	(Lost 4-3)
	Mantle 8-24, .333, 3 HRs, 8 RBIs- all-time World Series record - 18 HRs, Bobby Richardson 13-32, .406, Jim Bouton 2-0
1976	Cincinnati Reds		1-5	3-4	2-6	2-7				(Lost 4-0)
	Thurman Munson 9-17, .529 including record six straight hits, Chris Chambliss 5-16, .313
1977	Los Angeles Dodgers	4-3	1-6	5-3	4-2	4-10	8-4		(Won 4-2)
	Reggie Jackson (MVP) 9-20, .450, 5 HRs, 8 RBIs: three straight HRs in Game 6, Munson 8-25, .320, Mike Torrez 2-0
1978	Los Angeles  Dodgers	5-11	3-4	5-1	4-3	12-2	7-2		(Won 4-2)
	Game 3: Graig Nettles' "D", Bucky Dent (MVP) 10-24, .417, 7 RBIs, Brian Doyle: .438, Roy White: .333, Jackson 2 HRs
1981	Los Angeles  Dodgers	5-3	2-0	4-5	7-8	1-2	2-9		(Lost 4-2)
	Yanks lead 2-0 then collapsed, Dave Winfield: 1-for-22; George Frazier, 0-3, Lou Piniella 7-16 .438
1996	Atlanta Braves		1-12	0-4	5-2	8-6	1-0	3-2		(Won 4-2)
	Yanks trailed 0-2; Game 4: Jim Leyritz clutch HR, John Wetteland (MVP) 4 saves, Cecil Fielder (Ruth MVP Award) 9-23, .391
1998	San Diego Padres	9-6	9-3	5-4	3-0				(Won 4-0)
	Best overall record in baseball history (125-50 record); Scott Brosius (Ruth-MVP) 8-17, .471, 2 HRs, Mariano Rivera 3 saves
1999	Atlanta Braves		4-1	7-2	6-5	4-1				(Won 4-0)
	Streak of 12 straight World Series games won; Mariano Rivera (Ruth-MVP) 1-0, 2 saves, Derek Jeter 6-17, .353
2000	New York Mets		4-3	6-5	2-4	3-2	4-2			(Won 4-1)
	First Subway Series in 44 years, Jeter (Ruth-MVP) 9-22, .409, 2 HRs, Paul O'Neill 9-19, .474, Tino Martinez 8-22, .364
2001	Arizona Diamondbacks	1-9	0-4	2-1	4-3	3-2	2-15	2-3	(Lost 4-3)
	Back-to-back 9th inning comeback wins in games 3 & 4, only to lose in bottom 9th -game 7, Roger Clemens 19 Ks, 
2003	Florida Marlins		2-3	6-1	6-1	3-4	4-6	0-2		(Lost 4-2)
	Lost final game at Yankee Stadium, Bernie Williams, 10-25, .400, 2 HRs, Jeter 9-26, .346
2009	Philadelphia Phillies	1-6	3-1	8-5	7-4	6-8	7-3		(Won 4-2)
	Hideki Matsui (MVP): 8-13, .615, 3 HRs, 8 RBIs (6 RBIs in final game), Derek Jeter: 11-27, .407
World Series record: 27-13, .675;  Overall W.S. record: 134-90, .598
ALCS record: 11-4, .733;  Overall ALCS record  45-32  .584
ALDS record: 12-7, .632;  Overall LDS record 32-21, .604
Total Post Season series record: 50-24, .676;  Total record: 221-153, .591

MOST VALUABLE PLAYER AWARDS (Batting Avg, HRs, RBIs) or (W-L, ERA, Saves if applicable)
1923 - Babe Ruth, of (.393, 41, 130)
1927 - Lou Gehrig, 1b (.373, 47, 175)
1936 - Lou Gehrig, 1b (.354, 49, 152)
1939 - Joe DiMaggio, of (.381, 30, 126)
1941 - Joe DiMaggio, of (.357, 30, 125)
1947 - Joe DiMaggio, of (.315, 20, 96)
1942 - Joe Gordon, 2b (.322, 18, 103)
1943 - Spud Chandler, p (20-4, 1.64)
1950 - Phil Rizzuto, ss (.324, 7, 66)
1951 - Yogi Berra, c (.294, 27, 88)
1954 - Yogi Berra, c (.307, 22, 125)
1955 - Yogi Berra, c (.272, 27, 108)
1956 - Mickey Mantle, of (.353, 52, 130)
1957 - Mickey Mantle, of (.365, 34, 94)
1960 - Roger Maris, of (.283, 39, 112)
1961 - Roger Maris, of (.269, 61, 142)
1962 - Mickey Mantle, of (.321, 30, 89)
1963 - Elston Howard, c (.287, 28, 85)
1976 - Thurman Munson, c (.302, 17, 105)
1985 - Don Mattingly, 1b (.324, 35, 145)
2005 - Alex Rodriguez, 3b (.321, 48, 130)
2007 - Alex Rodriguez, 3b (.314, 54, 156) 
MVP- 2nd Place Finishes
Mickey Mantle - 1960, 61, 64
Lou Gehrig - 1931, 32
Joe DiMaggio - 1937, 48
Bill Dickey - 1938
Phil Rizzuto - 1949
Allie Reynolds - 1952
Yogi Berra - 1956, 63
Bobby Richardson - 1962
Ron Guidry - 1978
Reggie Jackson - 1980
Don Mattingly - 1986
Tino Martinez - 1997
Gary Sheffield - 2004
Derek Jeter - 2006
Mark Teixeira - 2009

MVP- 3rd Place Finishes
Herb Pennock - 1926
Tony Lazzeri - 1928
Lefty Gomez - 1934
Joe DiMaggio - 1940
Snuffy Stirnweiss - 1945
Joe Page - 1949
Yogi Berra - 1950
Allie Reynolds - 1951
Mickey Mantle - 1952
Bob Turley - 1958
Whitey Ford - 1963
Elston Howard - 1964
Sparky Lyle - 1972
Mickey Rivers - 1976
Rich Gossage - 1981
Ricky Henderson - 1985
Derek Jeter - 1998
Alfonso Soriano - 2002
Jorge Posada - 2003
Derek Jeter - 2009
Robinson Cano - 2010

Most times finishing in top-3
Player 		1st 	2nd 	3rd 	Total
Mickey Mantle 	3 	3 	1 	7
Yogi Berra 	3 	2 	1 	6
Joe DiMaggio 	3 	2 	1 	6
Lou Gehrig 	2 	2 	0 	4
Derek Jeter 	0 	1 	2 	3
Roger Maris 	2 	0 	0 	2
Alex Rodriguez 	2 	0 	0 	2
Phil Rizzuto 	1 	1 	0 	2
Don Mattingly 	1 	1 	0 	2
Elston Howard 	1 	0 	1 	2
Allied Reynolds 0 	1 	1 	2
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CY YOUNG AWARDS (W-L, ERA, Saves if applicable)
1958 - Bob Turley, sp (21-7, 2.97)
1961 - Whitey Ford, sp (25-4, 3.21)
1977 - Sparky Lyle, rp (13-5, 2.17, 26 saves)
1978 - Ron Guidry, sp (25-3, 1.74)
2001 - Roger Clemens, sp (20-3, 3.51)
Cy Young- 2nd Place Finishes
Jim Hunter - 1975
Tommy John - 1979
Jimmy Key - 1994
Andy Pettite - 1996
Mariano Rivera - 2005
Chien-Ming Wang - 2006

Cy Young- 3rd Place Finishes
Whitey Ford - 1956
Ed Figueroa - 1976
Ron Guidry - 1979
Rich Gossage - 1980
Mariano Rivera - 1996, 99, 04
David Wells - 1998
CC Sabathia - 2010

Most Times finishing in top-3 of Cy Young Voting
Player 		1st 	2nd 	3rd 	Total
Mariano Rivera 	0 	1 	3 	4
Whitey Ford 	1 	0 	1 	2
Ron Guidry 	1 	0 	1 	2
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ROLAIDS RELIEF AWARDS (Best Relief Pitcher)
1978 - Rich Gossage (10-11, 2.01, 27 saves)
1986 - Dave Righetti (8-6, 3.51, 31 saves)
1987 - Dave Righetti (8-8, 2.45, 46 saves)
1996 - John Wetteland (2-3, 2.83, 43 saves)
1999 - Mariano Rivera (4-3, 1.83, 45 saves)
2001 - Mariano Rivera (4-6, 2.34, 50 saves)
2004 - Mariano Rivera (4-2, 1.94, 53 saves)
2005 - Mariano Rivera (7-4, 1.38, 43 saves)
2009 - Mariano Rivera (3-3, 1.76, 44 saves)
ROOKIE OF YEAR AWARD
1951 - Gil McDougald, 3b (.306, 14, 63)
1954 - Bob Grim, p (20-6, 3.26)
1957 - Tony Kubek, 2b-of (.297, 3, 39)
1962 - Tom Tresh, ss-of (.286, 20, 93)
1968 - Stan Bahnsen, p (17-12, 2.05)
1970 - Thurman Munson, c (.302, 6, 53)
1981 - Dave Righetti, p (8-4, 2.05)
1996 - Derek Jeter, ss (.314, 10, 78)
ALL STAR GAME  MVP's 
2000 - Derek Jeter, ss (3-3, 2B, 2 RBIs giving AL the lead in 6-3 victory)
MOST ALL-STAR SELECTIONS (During the years 1959-62, "2" All-Star games were played during the season)
20 - Mickey Mantle
18 - Yogi Berra
13 - Joe DiMaggio
12 - Elston Howard
11 - Derek Jeter
11 - Bill Dickey
10 - Whitey Ford
10 - Mariano Rivera
 9 - Dave Winfield
All-Star Selections
1933 Ben Chapman, Bill Dickey, Lou Gehrig, Lefty Gomez, Tony Lazzeri, Babe Ruth
1934 Ben Chapman, Bill Dickey, Lou Gehrig, Lefty Gomez, Red Ruffing, Babe Ruth
1935 Ben Chapman, Lou Gehrig, Lefty Gomez
1936 Frankie Crosetti, Bill Dickey, Joe Dimaggio, Lou Gehrig, Lefty Gomez, George Selkirk
1937 Bill Dickey, Joe Dimaggio, Lou Gehrig, Lefty Gomez, Johnny Murphy, Red Rolfe
1938 Bill Dickey, Joe Dimaggio, Lou Gehrig, Lefty Gomez, Johnny Murphy, Red Rolfe, Red Ruffing
1939 Frankie Crosetti, Bill Dickey, Joe Dimaggio, Lou Gehrig, Lefty Gomez, Joe Gordon, Johnny Murphy, Red Rolfe, Red Ruffing,
     George Selkirk
1940 Bill Dickey, Joe Dimaggio, Joe Gordon, Charlie Keller, Red Rolfe, Red Ruffing
1941 Bill Dickey, Joe Dimaggio, Joe Gordon, Charlie Keller, Red Ruffing, Marius Russo
1942 Tiny Bonham, Spud Chandler, Bill Dickey, Joe Dimaggio, Joe Gordon, Tommy Henrich, Phil Rizzuto, Red Ruffing
1943 Tiny Bonham, Spud Chandler, Bill Dickey, Joe Gordon, Charlie Keller
1944 Joe Page
1945 Snuffy Stirnweiss, Nick Etten
1946 Snuffy Stirnweiss, Spud Chandler, Bill Dickey, Joe Dimaggio, Joe Gordon, Charlie Keller
1947 Spud Chandler, Joe Dimaggio, Tommy Henrich, Charlie Keller, Joe Page
1948 Yogi Berra, Joe Dimaggio, Tommy Henrich, Johnny Mize, Joe Page, Vic Raschi
1949 Yogi Berra, Joe Dimaggio, Tommy Henrich, Willard Marshall, Johnny Mize, Vic Raschi, Allie Reynolds
1950 Yogi Berra, Tommy Byrne, Jerry Coleman, Joe Dimaggio, Tommy Henrich, Vic Raschi, Allie Reynolds, Phil Rizzuto
1951 Yogi Berra, Joe Dimaggio, Ed Lopat, Phil Rizzuto
1952 Hank Bauer, Yogi Berra, Mickey Mantle, Gil McDougald, Vic Raschi, Allie Reynolds, Phil Rizzuto
1953 Hank Bauer, Yogi Berra, Mickey Mantle, Johnny Mize, Allie Reynolds, Phil Rizzuto
1954 Hank Bauer, Yogi Berra, Whitey Ford, Mickey Mantle, Allie Reynolds
1955 Bob Turley, Yogi Berra, Whitey Ford, Mickey Mantle
1956 Yogi Berra, Whitey Ford, Johnny Kucks, Mickey Mantle, Billy Martin, Gil McDougald
1957 Yogi Berra, Bob Grim, Elston Howard, Mickey Mantle, Gil McDougald, Bobby Richardson, Bobby Shantz, Bill Skowron
1958 Bob Turley, Yogi Berra, Ryne Duren, Whitey Ford, Elston Howard, Tony Kubek, Mickey Mantle, Gil McDougald, Bill Skowron
1959 Yogi Berra, Ryne Duren, Whitey Ford, Elston Howard, Tony Kubek, Mickey Mantle, Gil McDougald, Bobby Richardson, Bill Skowron
1960 Yogi Berra, Whitey Ford, Elston Howard, Mickey Mantle, Roger Maris, Bill Skowron
1961 Luis Arroyo, Yogi Berra, Whitey Ford, Elston Howard, Tony Kubek, Mickey Mantle, Roger Maris, Bill Skowron
1962 Ralph Terry, Tom Tresh, Yogi Berra, Elston Howard, Mickey Mantle, Roger Maris, Bobby Richardson
1963 Tom Tresh, Jim Bouton, Elston Howard, Mickey Mantle, Joe Pepitone, Bobby Richardson
1964 Whitey Ford, Elston Howard, Mickey Mantle, Joe Pepitone, Bobby Richardson
1965 Mel Stottlemyre, Elston Howard, Mickey Mantle, Joe Pepitone, Bobby Richardson
1966 Mel Stottlemyre, Bobby Richardson
1967 Al Downing, Mickey Mantle
1968 Mel Stottlemyre, Mickey Mantle
1969 Mel Stottlemyre, Roy White
1970 Mel Stottlemyre, Fritz Peterson, Roy White
1971 Bobby Murcer, Thurman Munson
1972 Bobby Murcer
1973 Bobby Murcer, Sparky Lyle, Thurman Munson
1974 Bobby Murcer, Thurman Munson
1975 Bobby Bonds, Graig Nettles, Catfish Hunter, Thurman Munson
1976 Chris Chambliss, Willie Randolph, Mickey Rivers, Sparky Lyle, Catfish Hunter, Thurman Munson
1977 Reggie Jackson, Willie Randolph, Graig Nettles, Sparky Lyle, Thurman Munson
1978 Reggie Jackson, Graig Nettles, Goose Gossage, Ron Guidry, Thurman Munson
1979 Reggie Jackson, Graig Nettles, Ron Guidry, Tommy John
1980 Bucky Dent, Reggie Jackson, Willie Randolph, Graig Nettles, Goose Gossage, Tommy John
1981 Bucky Dent, Reggie Jackson, Willie Randolph, Dave Winfield, Ron Davis, Goose Gossage
1982 Dave Winfield, Goose Gossage, Ron Guidry
1983 Dave Winfield, Ron Guidry
1984 Dave Winfield, Phil Niekro, Don Mattingly
1985 Dave Winfield, Rickey Henderson, Don Mattingly
1986 Dave Winfield, Rickey Henderson, Dave Righetti, Don Mattingly
1987 Willie Randolph, Dave Winfield, Rickey Henderson, Dave Righetti, Don Mattingly
1988 Dave Winfield, Rickey Henderson, Don Mattingly
1989 Steve Sax, Don Mattingly
1990 Steve Sax
1991 Scott Sanderson
1992 Roberto Kelly
1993 Wade Boggs, Jimmy Key
1994 Wade Boggs, Jimmy Key, Paul O'Neill
1995 Wade Boggs, Paul O'Neill, Mike Stanley
1996 Wade Boggs, John Wetteland, Andy Pettitte
1997 Paul O'Neill, David Cone, Tino Martinez, Bernie Williams, Mariano Rivera
1998 Paul O'Neill, David Wells, Scott Brosius, Derek Jeter
1999 David Cone, Bernie Williams, Mariano Rivera, Derek Jeter
2000 Bernie Williams, Mariano Rivera, Derek Jeter, Jorge Posada
2001 Roger Clemens, Mike Stanton, Bernie Williams, Andy Pettitte, Mariano Rivera, Derek Jeter, Jorge Posada
2002 Jason Giambi, Mariano Rivera, Derek Jeter, Jorge Posada, Alfonso Soriano
2003 Roger Clemens, Jason Giambi, Jorge Posada, Alfonso Soriano, Hideki Matsui
2004 Gary Sheffield, Tom Gordon, Alex Rodriguez, Jason Giambi, Mariano Rivera, Derek Jeter, Javier Vazquez, Hideki Matsui
2005 Gary Sheffield, Alex Rodriguez, Mariano Rivera
2006 Alex Rodriguez, Mariano Rivera, Derek Jeter
2007 Alex Rodriguez, Derek Jeter, Jorge Posada
2008 Alex Rodriguez, Mariano Rivera, Derek Jeter
2009 Mariano Rivera, Derek Jeter, Mark Teixeira
2010 Andy Pettitte, Alex Rodriguez, Mariano Rivera, Derek Jeter, Robinson Cano, Nick Swisher, Phil Hughes, CC Sabathia
2011 Alex Rodriguez, Mariano Rivera, Derek Jeter, Robinson Cano, Curtis Granderson, Russell Martin, David Robertson, CC Sabathia
2012 Derek Jeter, Robinson Cano, Curtis Granderson, CC Sabathia
Yankees winning HR Derby in All Star Game:
1997 Tino Martinez 5 - 8 - beat Mark McGuire 3-1 in finals
2001 Jason Giambi 11 -6 - beat Sammy Sosa 7-1 in finals
2002 Jason Giambi 12-11 (3rd)
2010 Nick Swisher 4 (6th)
2011 Robison Cano 8-12 - beat Adrian Gonzalez 12-11 in finals (32 total) 2nd most ever
WORLD SERIES MVP's (Official MVP started 1955-Sport Magazine ... Babe Ruth MVP-NY BBWA, started 1949, discontinued in 2002)
1949 - Joe Page, rp (1-0, 1 save, Babe Ruth-MVP Award)
1950 - Jerry Coleman, 2b (.286, 3 RBIs, Babe Ruth-MVP Award)
1951 - Phil Ruzzuto, ss (8 hits, .320, Babe Ruth-MVP Award)
1952 - Johnny Mize, 1b (.400, 3 HRs, Babe Ruth-MVP Award)
1953 - Billy Martin, 2b (12 hits, .500, 2 HRs, 8 RBIs, Babe Ruth-MVP Award)
1956 - Don Larson, p (1-0, perfect game, also won Babe Ruth-MVP Award)
1958 - Bob Turley, p (2-1, 1 save, also won Babe Ruth-MVP Award)
1960 - Bobby Richardson, 2b (11 hits, .367, 12 RBIs)- Note-Bill Mazeroski, Pittsburgh won the Babe Ruth MVP Award)
1961 - Whitey Ford, p (2-0, also won Babe Ruth-MVP Award)
1962 - Ralph Terry, p (2-1, also won Babe Ruth-MVP Award) 
1977 - Reggie Jackson, of (.450, 5 HRs, 3 straight in last game, also won Ruth-MVP Award)
1978 - Bucky Dent, ss (10 hits, .417, also won Ruth-MVP Award)
1996 - John Wetteland, rp (saved all 4 wins)- Note- Cecil Fielder, NY won the Babe Ruth MVP Award (9-23, .391)
1998 - Scott Brosius, 3b  (.471, 2 HRs, also won Ruth-MVP Award)
1999 - Mariano Rivers, rp (1-0, 2 saves, also won Ruth-MVP Award)
2000 - Derek Jeter, ss (.409, 2 HRs, also won Ruth-MVP Award)
2009 - Hideki Matsui, dh (.615, 3 HRs, 8 RBIs)
ALCS (American League Championship Series) MVP's 
1981 - Graig Nettles, 3b (.500, 9 RBIs)
1996 - Bernie Williams, of (.474, 2 HRs)
1998 - David Wells, p (2-0)
1999 - Orlando Hernandez, p (1-0)
2000 - David Justice, of (2 HRs, 8 RBIs)
2001 - Andy Pettitte, p (2-0)
2003 - Mariano Rivera, rp (1-0, 2 saves)
2009 - CC Sabathia, p (2-0)
MANAGER OF THE YEAR AWARD
1994 - Buck Showalter, (led Yanks to 70-43 record for 1st Place in AL East, before strike cancelled the season)
1996 - Joe Torre, (Won Division, Pennant and World Series in 1st year at Managerial helm)
1998 - Joe Torre, (114-48 regular season record, 125-50 record counting post-season)
GOLD GLOVE WINNERS (started 1957)
P  - Ron Guidry 	(5) 1982, 83, 84, 85, 86
P  - Bobby Shantz 	(4) 1957, 58, 59, 60
P  - Mike Mussina 	(3) 2001, 03, 08
C  - Thurman Munson 	(3) 1973, 74, 75
C  - Elston Howard 	(2) 1963, 64
1B - Don Mattingly 	(9) 1985, 86, 87, 88, 89, 91, 92, 93, 94
1B - Joe Pepitone 	(3) 1965, 66, 69
1B - Mark Teixeira 	(3) 2009, 10, 11, 12
2B - Bobby Richardson 	(5) 1961, 62, 63, 64, 65
2B - Robinson Cano 	(2) 2010, 11, 12
3B - Graig Nettles 	(2) 1977, 78
3B - Wade Boggs 	(2) 1994, 95
3B - Scott Brosius 	(1) 1999
SS - Derek Jeter 	(5) 2004, 05, 06, 09, 10, 11
OF - Dave Winfield 	(5) 1982, 83, 84, 85, 87
OF - Bernie Williams 	(4) 1997, 98, 99, 00
OF - Norm Siebern 	(1) 1958
OF - Roger Maris 	(1) 1960
OF - Mickey Mantle 	(1) 1962
OF - Tom Tresh	 	(1) 1965
OF - Bobby Murcer 	(1) 1972
SILVER SLUGGER AWARDS (Started 1980)
C  - Jorge Posada 	(5) 2000, 01, 02, 03, 07
C  - Mike Stanley 	(1) 1993
1B - Don Mattingly 	(3) 1985, 86, 87
1B - Tino Martinez 	(1) 1997
1B - Jason Giambi 	(1) 2002
1B - Mark Teixeira 	(1) 2009
2B - Willie Randolph 	(1) 1980
2B - Alfonso Soriano 	(1) 2002
2B - Robinson Cano 	(4) 2006, 10, 11, 12
3B - Alex Rodriguez 	(3) 2005, 07, 08
3B - Wade Boggs 	(2) 1993, 94
SS - Derek Jeter 	(5) 2006, 07, 08, 09, 12
OF - Dave Winfield 	(4) 1981, 82, 84, 85
OF - Gary Sheffield 	(2) 2004, 05
OF - Ricky Henderson 	(1) 1985
OF - Bernie Williams 	(1) 2002
OF - Curtis Granderson 	(1) 2011
DH - Don Baylor 	(2) 1983, 85
DH - Reggie Jackson 	(1) 1980
No-Hit Games by Yankee Pitchers
1910 - Tom Hughes - vs Cleveland, August 30 (9 innings, lost in 11th), 0-5 
1917 - George Mogridge - at Boston, April 24, 2-1 
1923 - Sad Sam Jones - at Philadelphia, September 4, 2-0 
1938 - Monte Pearson - vs Cleveland, August 27 (2nd game), 13-0 
1951 - Allie Reynolds - at Cleveland, July 12 (night), 1-0 
1951 - Allie Reynolds - vs Boston, September 28 (1st game), 8-0 
1956 - Don Larsen - vs Brooklyn, October 8 (5th Game of World Series, 2-0) - PERFECT GAME
1983 - Dave Righetti - vs Boston, July 4, 4-0 
1990 - Andy Hawkins - at Chicago, July 1, 0-4 (lost game)
1993 - Jim Abbott - vs Cleveland, September 4, 4-0 
1996 - Dwight Gooden - vs Seattle, May 14 (night), 2-0 
1998 - David Wells - vs Minnesota, May 17, 4-0  - PERFECT GAME
1999 - David Cone - vs Montreal, July 19, 6-0 - PERFECT GAME
 
OTHER AWARDS AND ACCOLADES
The Associated Press (AP) Male Athlete of the Year Award Winners
1941 Joe DiMaggio, of (.357, 30, 125)
1956 Mickey Mantle, of (.353, 52, 130)
1961 Roger Maris, of (.269, 61, 142)
1978 Ron Guidry, p (25-3, 1.74)
The Hickok Belt (Trophy awarded to the Pro Athlete of the Year)
1950 Phil Rizzuto, ss (.324, 7, 66)
1951 Allie Reynolds, p (17-8, 7 Saves)
1956 Mickey Mantle, of (.353, 52, 130)
1958 Bob Turley, p (21-7, 2.97)
1961 Roger Maris, of (.269, 61, 142)
The Associated Press (AP) Male Athlete of the Century Award Winner (1900-1999)
Babe Ruth, of/p (.342, 714 HRs, 2217 RBIs, 94-26 pitching record, 2.28 ERA)
The Sporting News Greatest Athlete of all Time (1999)
Babe Ruth, of/p (.342, 714 HRs, 2217 RBIs, 94-26 pitching record, 2.28 ERA)
Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year Award
2009 Derek Jeter, ss (.334, 18, 66)
The Sporting News Pro Athlete of the Year Award
2009 Mariano Rivera, rp (44 Saves, 1.76 ERA)
The Sporting News Sportsman of the Year Award
1978 Ron Guidry, p (25-3, 1.74)
1996 Joe Torre, mgr (World Series Champs)
1999 New York Yankees team (World Series Champs)
ESPY Award - Best Player in Baseball
2007 Derek Jeter, ss (.322, 23 HRs, 73 RBIs)
2008 Alex Rodriguez, 3b (.302, 35 HRs, 103 RBIs)
Baseball Digest Player of the Year Award
1978 Ron Guidry (25-3, 1.74)
2006 Derek Jeter (.343, 14, 97) 
The Sporting News Most Valuable Player Awards/Player of the Year Awards
1931 Lou Gehrig, 1b (.341, 46, 184) - American League MVP
1934 Lou Gehrig, 1b (.363, 49, 165) - American League MVP
1936 Lou Gehrig, 1b (.354, 49, 152) - American League MVP
1939 Joe DiMaggio, of (.381, 30, 126) - American League MVP, Major League POY
1941 Joe DiMaggio, of (.357, 30, 125) - American League MVP
1942 Joe Gordon, 2b (.322, 18, 103) - American League MVP
1943 Spud Chandler p (20-4, 1.64) - American League MVP, Major League POY
1950 Phil Rizzuto, ss (.324, 7, 66) - American League POY, Major League POY
1956 Mickey Mantle, of (.353, 52, 130) - American League POY, Major League POY
1958 Bob Turley p (21-7, 2.97) - Major League POY
1960 Roger Maris, of (.283, 39, 112) - American League POY
1961 Roger Maris, of (.269, 61, 142) - American League POY, Major League POY
1962 Mickey Mantle, of  (.321, 30, 89) - American League POY
1976 Thurman Munson, c (.302, 17, 105) - American League POY
1978 Ron Guidry p (25-3, 1.74) - Major League POY
1984 Don Mattingly, 1b (.343, 23, 110) - American League POY
1985 Don Mattingly, 1b (.324, 35, 145) - American League POY, Major League POY
1986 Don Mattingly, 1b (.352, 31, 113) - American League POY
2007 Alex Rodriguez, 3b (.314, 54, 156) - Major League POY
The Sporting News Pitcher of the Year Award
1955 Whitey Ford (18-7, .2.63) - American League
1958 Bob Turley (21-7, 2.97) - American League
1961 Whitey Ford (25-4, 3.21) - American League
1963 Whitey Ford (24-7, 2.74) - American League
1978 Ron Guidry (25-3, 1.74) - American League
1994 Jimmy Key (17-4, 3.27) - American League
2001 Roger Clemens (20-3, 3.51) - American League
The Sporting News Fireman of the Year (up to 2000)/ Reliever of the Year Award (since 2001)
1961 Luis Arroyo (15-5, 2.19, 29 saves) - American League
1972 Sparky Lyle (9-5, 1.92, 35 saves) - American League
1978 Rich Goose Gossage (10-11, 2.01, 27 saves) - American League
1986 Dave Righetti (8-6, 3.51, 31 saves) - American League
1987 Dave Righetti (8-8, 2.45, 46 saves) - American League
1996 John Wetteland (2-3, 2.83, 43 saves) - American League
1997 Mariano Rivera (6-4, 1.88, 43 saves) - American League
1999 Mariano Rivera (4-3, 1.83, 45 saves) - American League
2001 Mariano Rivera (4-6, 2.34, 50 saves) - American League
2004 Mariano Rivera (4-2, 1.94, 53 saves) - American League
2005 Mariano Rivera (7-4, 1.38, 43 saves) - American League
2009 Mariano Rivera (3-3, 1.76, 44 saves) - American League
Delivery Man of the Year Award (HOF panel of Relief Pitchers)
2005 Mariano Rivera (7-4, 1.38, 43 saves)
2006 Mariano Rivera (5-5, 1.80, 34 saves)
2009 Mariano Rivera (3-3, 1.76, 44 saves)
The Sporting News Rookie of the Year Award
1950 Whitey Ford, p (9-1, 2.81) - American League
1954 Bob Grim, p (20-6, 3.26) - American League
1957 Tony Kubek, 2b (.297, 3, 39) - American League
1958 Ryan Duren, p (6-4, 2.02, 20 saves) - American League
1962 Tom Tresh, ss (.286, 20, 93) - American League
1996 Derek Jeter, ss (.314, 10, 78) - American League
The Sporting News Rookie PITCHER of the Year Award
1968 Stan Bahnsen (17-12, 2.05) - American League
1981 Dave Righetti (8-4, 2.05) - American League
AP (1973-99)/BBWA (2000-present) Outstanding DH Award (Renamed the Edgar Martinez Award in 2004)
1985 Don Baylor 
Warren Spahn Award (best left-handed pitcher)
2003 Andy Pettite (21-8, 4.02)
2009 CC Sabathia (19-8, 3.37)
Comeback Player of the Year Award
2005 Jason Giambi (32 HRs, 87 RBIs, .271)
The Sporting News Manager of the Year Award
1936 Joe McCarthy (102-51, 1st) - American League
1938 Joe McCarthy (99-53, 1st) - American League
1943 Joe McCarthy (98-56, 1st) - American League
1947 Bucky Harris (97-57, 1st) - American League
1949 Casey Stengel (97-57, 1st) - American League
1953 Casey Stengel (99-52, 1st) - American League
1958 Casey Stengel (92-62, 1st) - American League
1961 Ralph Houk (109-53, 1st) - American League
1974 Bill Virdon (89-72, 2nd) - American League
1994 Buck Showalter (70-43, 1st) - American League
1998 Joe Torre (114-48, 1st) - American League
Associated Press (AP) Manager of the Year Award
1963 Ralph Houk (104-57, 1st)
1970 Ralph Houk (93-69, 2nd)
1976 Billy Martin (97-62, 1st)
1978 Bob Lemon (34-40 with Indians and then 48-20 with Yankees, 1st)
1998 Joe Torre (114-48, 1st)
The Sporting News Executive of the Year Award
1937 Ed Barrow - Team General Manager
1941 Ed Barrow - Team Owner/Team President/Team General Manager
1950 George Weiss - Team General Manager
1951 George Weiss - Team General Manager
1952 George Weiss - Team General Manager
1960 George Weiss - Team General Manager
1961 Dan Topping - Team Partial Owner/Team President
1974 Gabe Paul - Team President/Team General Manager
Hank Aaron Award (established to honor the best overall hitter in each league)
2006 Derek Jeter, ss (214 hits, 14 HRs, 97 RBIs)
2007 Alex Rodriguez (183 hits, 54 HRs, 156 RBIs)
2009 Derek Jeter (212 hits, 18 HRs, 66 RBIs)
Lou Gehrig Memorial Award (Character on/off the field)
1958 Gil McDougal, 2b
1963 Bobby Richardson, 2b
1981 Tommy John, p
1993 Don Mattingly, 1b

Roberto Clemente Man of the Year Award (combines outstanding skills on the field with devoted work in the community)
1984 Ron Guidry, p
1985 Don Baylor, dh
2009 Derek Jeter, ss
This Year in Baseball Awards Presented by State Farm as voted by the Fans
2004 Closer of the Year - Mariano Rivera (53 Saves, 1.94)
2004 Play of the Year - Derek Jeter catch in the stands
2005 Closer of the Year - Mariano Rivera (43 Saves, 1.38)
2005 Performance of the Year - Alex Rodriguez (3 HR, 10 RBI game)
2005 Rookie of the Year - Robinson Cano (.14 HRs, 62 RBIs, .297)
2006 Closer of the Year - Mariano Rivera (34 Saves, 1.80)
2006 Starting Pitcher of the Year - Chien-Ming Wang (19.6, 3.63)
2006 Hitter of the Year - Derek Jeter (14 HRs, 97 RBIs, .343)
2006 Play of the Year - Melky Cabrera robs Manny Ramirez
2007 Manager of the Year - Joe Torre (94-69, 2nd place-Wild Card)
2007 Hitter of the Year - Alex Rodriguez (54 HRs, 156 RBIs, .314)
2008 Moment of the Year - Derek Jeter honors fans in farewell to Yankee Stadium
2008 Oddity of the Year - Johnny Damon jumps for HR ball as it sits on fence
2009 Closer of the Year - Mariano Rivera (44 Saves, 1.76)
2009 Moment of the Year - Derek Jeter passes Lou Gehrig as Yankee hit leader
2009 Post-Season Moment of the Year - Johnny Damon takes third base on head up play

Players Choice Awards
2001 AL Outstanding Pitcher - Roger Clemens (20-3, 3.51)
2007 MLB Player of the Year - Alex Rodriguez (54 HRs, 156 RBIs, .314)
2007 AL outstanding Player - Alex Rodriguez (54 HRs, 156 RBIs, .314)
Slocum Award (NY BBWA for long meritorious service to baseball)
1929 Miller Huggins (Player/HOF Manager)
1931 Babe Ruth (HOF Player)
1939 Joe McCarthy (HOF Manager)
1940 Edward G. Barrow (HOF Executive-Owner/President/GM)
1948 Bucky Harris (Player/HOF Manager)
1950 Casey Stengel (Player/HOF Manager)
1953 George Weiss (HOF Excutive-GM)
1967 Yogi Berra (HOF Player/Coach/Manager)
1968 Lee MacPhail (HOF Executive-GM)
1969 Johnny Murphy (Player/Coach)
1976 Gabe Paul (Executive-President-GM)
1979 Ralph Houk (Player/Manager/GM)
1989 Phil Rizzuto (HOF Player/Announcer)
1997 Bob Sheppard (Announcer)
Ford Frick Award (Announcer/Broadcaster)
1978 Mel Allen and Red Barber
1985 Eloy Buck Canel (announced games in Spanish)
Players of the Decade Award
1920's - Babe Ruth
1930's - Lou Gehrig
1940's - Joe DiMaggio (#2 behind Ted Williams)
1950's - Mickey Mantle
1960's - Mickey Mantle (#2 behind Willie Mays)
2000's - Alex Rodriguez (#2 behind Albert Pujols)
All Decade Team Members
1900s - 
OF - Willie Keller
SP - Jack Chesbro
1910s - 
3B - Frank Baker
1920s - 
Manager - Miller Huggins
OF - Babe Ruth
SP - Herb Pennock
SP - Waite Hoyt
Reserve - Lou Gehrig
Reserve Pitcher - Urban Shocker
Reserve Pitcher - Carl Mays
1930s - 
Manager - Joe McCarthy
C - Bill Dickey
1B - Lou Gehrig
OF - Babe Ruth
SP - Lefty Gomez
SP - Red Ruffing
Reserve Pitcher - Johnny Allen
1940s - 
Manager - Joe McCarthy
1B - Johnny Mize
OF - Joe DiMaggio
Reserve - Joe Gordon
Reserve - Enos Slaughter
Reserve Pitcher - Spud Chandler
1950s - 
Manager - Casey Stengel
C - Yogi Berra
OF - Mickey Mantle
SP - Whitey Ford
1960s - 
SP - Whitey Ford
Reserve - Elston Howard
Reserve - Mickey Mantle
Reserve Pitcher - Mel Stottlemyre
1970s - 
OF - Reggie Jackson
SP - Catfish Hunter
RP - Sparky Lyle
Reserve - Thurman Munson
Reserve - Graig Nettles
1980s - 
OF - Rickey Henderson
RP - Goose Goosage
Reserve - Don Mattingly
Reserve - Dave Winfield
1990s - 
Manager - Joe Torre
RP - John Wetteland
Reserve - Wade Boggs
Reserve Pitcher - David Cone
Reserve Pitcher - Jimmy Key
2000s - 
Manager Joe Torre
SS - Derek Jeter
3B - Alex Rodriguez
SP - Roger Clemens
RP - Mariano Rivera
Reserve - Alfonso Soriano

MLB All-Time Team Selections
Yogi Berra, c (2nd team, 22 votes, 4 1st place votes)
Lou Gehrig, 1b (1st team, 66 votes, 31 1st place votes)
Babe Ruth, rf (1st team, 67 votes, 31 1st place votes)
Casey Stengel, mgr (1st team, 22 votes, 6 1st place votes)
Joe McCarthy, mgr (2nd team, 18 votes, 6 1st place votes)
MLB All Century Team Selections:
Lou Gehrig, 1b - received highest votes total
Babe Ruth, of - received 2nd most votes total
Joe DiMaggio, of
Mickey Mantle, of
Yogi Berra, c
Roger Clemens, p
Casey Stengel, mgr

MLB All Century Team Honorable Mentions:
Reggie Jackson, of
Whitey Ford, p
Rickey Henderson, of
Bill Dickey, c
The Sporting News 100 Greatest Players of all time
#1  - Babe Ruth, rf
#6  - Lou Gehrig, 1b
#11 - Joe DiMaggio, cf
#17 - Mickey Mantle, cf
#40 - Yogi Berra, c
#48 - Reggie Jackson, rf
#51 - Ricky Henderson, lf
#52 - Whitey Ford, p
#53 - Roger Clemens, p
#57 - Bill Dickey, c
#73 - Lefty Gomez, p
#75 - Wee Willie Keeler, cf
#94 - Dave Winfield, rf
#95 - Wade Boggs, 3b
Sporting News 100 Greatest Players (Ranked By Position)
Pitcher - Whitey Ford (#16)
Pitcher - Roger Clemens (#17)
Pitcher - Lefty Gomez (#21)
Catcher - Yogi Berra (#3)
Catcher - Bill Dickey (#5)
First-Base - Lou Gehrig (#1)
Left Field - Ricky Henderson (#6)
Center Field - Joe DiMaggio (#3)
Center Field - Mickey Mantle (#4)
Right Field - Babe Ruth (#1)
Right Field - Reggie Jackson (#7)
Right Field - Wee Willie Keeler (#11)
Right Field - Dave Winfield (#16)

Yankee American League Hitting & Pitching Champions
HITTING
Batting Average
Babe Ruth 1924 (.378)
Lou Gehrig 1934 (.363)
Joe DiMaggio 1939 (.381), 1940 (.352)
Snuffy Stirnweiss 1945 (.309)
Mickey Mantle 1956 (.353)
Don Mattingly 1984 (.343)
Paul O'Neill 1994 (.359)
Bernie Williams 1998 (.336)
Home Runs
Wally Pipp 1916 (12), 1917 (9)
Babe Ruth 1920 (54), 1921 (59), 1923 (41), 1924 (46), 1926 (47), 1927 (60), 1928 (54), 1929 (46), 1930 (49), 1931 (46)
Bob Meusel 1925 (33)
Lou Gehrig 1931 (46), 1934 (49), 1936 (49)
Joe DiMaggio 1937 (46), 1948 (39)
Nick Etten 1944 (22)
Mickey Mantle 1955 (37), 1956 (52), 1958 (42), 1960 (40)
Roger Maris 1961 (61)
Graig Nettles 1976 (32)
Reggie Jackson 1980 (41)
Alex Rodriguez 2005 (48), 2007 (54)
Mark Teixeira 2009 (39)
Runs Batted In
Babe Ruth 1920 (137), 1921 (171), 1923 (131), 1926 (145), 1928 (142)
Bob Muesel 1925 (138)
Lou Gehrig 1927 (175), 1928 (142), 1930 (174), 1931 (184), 1934 (165)
Joe DiMaggio 1941 (125), 1948 (155)
Nick Etten 1945 (111)
Mickey Mantle 1956 (130)
Roger Maris 1960 (112), 1961 (142)
Don Mattingly 1985 (145)
Alex Rodriguez 2007 (156)
Mark Teixeira 2009 (122)
Curtis Granderson 2011 (119)
Stolen Bases
Fritz Maisel 1914 (74)
Ben Chapman 1931 (61), 1932 (38), 1933 (27)
Frank Crosetti 1938 (27)
Snuffy Sturnweiss 1944 (55), 1945 (33)
Ricky Henderson 1985 (80), 1986 (87), 1988 (93), 1989 (77)
Alfonso Soriano 2002 (41)
Brett Gardner 2011 (49)

Hits
Earle Combs 1927 (231)
Lou Gehrig 1931 (211)
Red Rolfe 1939 (213)
Snuffy Sturnweiss 1944 (205), 1945 (195)
Bobby Richardson 1962 (209)
Don Mattingly 1984 (207), 1986 (238)
Derek Jeter 1999 (219), 2012 (216)
Alfonso Soriano 2002 (209)

Runs Scored
Babe Ruth 1920 (158), 1921 (177), 1923 (151), 1924 (143), 1926 (139), 1927 (158), 1928 (163)
Lou Gehrig 1931 (163), 1933 (138), 1935 (125), 1936 (167)
Joe DiMaggio 1937 (151)
Red Rolfe 1939 (139)
Snuffy Stirnweiss 1944 (125), 1945 (107)
Tommy Henrich 1948 (138)
Mickey Mantle 1954 (129), 1956 (132), 1957 (212), 1958 (127), 1960 (119), 1961 (132)
Roger Maris 1961 (132)
Ricky Henderson 1985 (146), 1986 (130), 1989 (130)
Derek Jeter 1998 (127)
Alfonso Soriano 2002 (128)
Alex Rodriguez 2005 (124), 2007 (143)

Doubles
Lou Gehrig 1927 (52), 1928 (47)
Red Rolfe 1939 (46)
Don Mattingly 1984 (44), 1985 (48), 1986 (53)

Triples
Wally Pipp 1924 (19)
Lou Gehrig 1926 (20)
Earle Combs 1927 (23), 1928 (21), 1930 (22)
Ben Chapman 1934 (13)
Joe DiMaggio 1936 (15)
Red Rolfe 1936 (15)
Johnny Lindell 1943 (12)
Snuffy Stirnweiss 1944 (16), 1945 (22)
Tommy Henrich 1947 (13), 1948 (14)
Andy Carey 1955 (11)
Mickey Mantle 1955 (11)
Gil McDougald 1957 (9)
Hank Bauer 1957 (9)
Batting Triple Crown
Lou Gehrig 1934 (HR 49, RBI 165, AVG. .363)
Mickey Mantle 1956 (HR 52, RBI 130, AVG. .353)
4 Home Runs in a Game:
Lou Gehrig - June 3, 1932
10+ RBI Games:
Tony Lazzeri (11) - May 24, 1936
Alex Rodriguez (10) - April 26, 2005
Players hitting for the Cycle:
Bert Daniels - July 25, 1912
Bob Meusel - May 7, 1921
Bob Meusel - July 3, 1922
Bob Meusel - July 26, 1928
Tony Lazzeri - June 3, 1932
Lou Gehrig - June 25, 1934
Joe DiMaggio - July 9, 1937
Lou Gehrig - August 1, 1937
Buddy Rosar - July 19, 1940
Joe Gordon - September 8, 1940
Joe DiMaggio - May 20, 1948
Mickey Mantle - July 23, 1957
Bobby Murcer - August 29, 1972
Tony Fernandez - September 3, 1995
Melky Cabrera - August 2, 2009
 
PITCHING
Wins
Jack Chesbro 1904 (41-12)
Carl Mays 1921 (27-9)
Waite Hoyt 1927 (22-7)
George Pipgras 1928 (24-13)
Lefty Gomez 1934 (26-5)
Lefty Gomez 1937 (21-11)
Red Ruffing 1938 (21-7)
Spud Chandler 1943 (20-4)
Whitey Ford 1955 (18-7), 1961 (25-4), 1963 (24-7)
Bob Turley 1958 (21-7)
Ralph Terry 1962 (23-12)
Jim 'Catfish' Hunter 1975 (23-14)
Ron Guidry 1978 (25-3), 1985 (22-6)
Jimmy Key 1994 (17-4)
Andy Pettite 1996 (21-8)
David Cone 1998 (20-7)
Chien-Ming Wang 2006 (19-6)
CC Sabathia 2009 (19-8)
CC Sabathia 2010 (21-7)
Earned Run Average
Bob Shawkey 1920 (2.45)
Wilcy Moore 1927 (2.28)
Lefty Gomez 1934 (2.33), 1937 (2.33)
Tiny Bonham 1940 (1.90)
Spud Chandler 1943 (1.64), 1947 (2.46)
Allie Reynolds 1952 (2.06)
Eddie Lopat 1953 (2.42)
Bobby Shantz 1957 (2.45)
Whitey Ford 1956 (2.47), 1958 (2.01)
Ron Guidry 1978 (1.74), 1979 (2.78)
Rudy May 1980 (2.45)
Strikeouts
Red Ruffing 1932 (190)
Lefty Gomez 1933 (163), 1934 (158), 1937 (194)
Vic Raschi 1951 (162)
Allie Reynolds 1952 (160)
Al Downing 1964 (217)
Shutouts
Herb Pennock 1928 (4)
George Pipgras 1930 (3)
Lefty Gomez 1934 (6), 1937 (6), 1938 (4)
Red Ruffing 1939 (5)
Tiny Bonham 1942 (6)
Spud Chandler 1943 (5)
Allie Reynolds 1951 (7), 1952 (6)
Whitey Ford 1958 (7), 1960 (4)
Ron Guidry 1978 (9)
Tommy John 1980 (6)
David Wells 1998 (5)
Saves (Official Stat started in 1969)
Bob Shawkey 1916 (8), 1919 (5)
George Mogridge 1918 (7)
Carl Mays 1921 (7)
Sam Jones 1922 (8)
Wilcy Moore 1927 (13)
Waite Hoyt 1928 (8)
Pat Malone 1936 (9)
Johnny Murphy 1938 (11), 1939 (19), 1941 (15), 1942 (11)
Jim Turner 1946 (10)
Joe Page 1947 (17), 1949 (27)
Johnny Sain 1954 (22)
Bob Grim 1957 (19)
Ryan Duren 1958 (20)
Luis Arroyo 1961 (29)
Sparky Lyle 1972 (35), 1976 (23)
Rich Goose Gossage 1978 (27), 1980 (33)
Dave Righetti 1986 (46)
John Wetteland 1996 (43)
Mariano Rivera 1999 (45), 2001 (50), 2004 (53)
Pitching Triple Crown
Lefty Gomez 1934 (W-L 26-5, SO 158, ERA 2.33)
Lefty Gomez 1937 (W-L 21-11, SO 194, ERA 2.33)

Yankee Captains
VACANT			1901-11
Hal Chase		1912
VACANT			1913
Roger Peckinpaugh	1914-1921
Babe Ruth		1922
Everett Scott		1922-1925
VACANT			1926-34
Lou Gehrig		1935-41
VACANT			1942-75
Thurman Munson		1976-79
VACANT			1980-81
Graig Nettles		1982-84
VACANT			1985
Willie Randolph		1986-89 (Co-Captain)
Ron Guidry		1986-89 (Co-Captain)
VACANT			1990
Don Mattingly		1991-95
VACANT			1996-02
Derek Jeter		2003-pesent 
Yankees Retired Numbers
No.	Player		 Date Retired	Years Played w/ NYY
#1	Billy Martin	 8/10/1986	1950-53, 55-57 (7), Managed 1975-78,79,83,85,88 (8)
#3	Babe Ruth	 6/13/1948	1920-34 (15)
#4	Lou Gehrig	 7/04/1939	1923-39 (17)
#5	Joe DiMaggio	 4/18/1952	1936-42, 46-51 (13)
#7	Mickey Mantle	 6/08/1969	1951-68 (18)
#8	Bill Dickey	 7/22/1972	1928-43, 46 (17), Managed 1946 (1)
#8	Yogi Berra	 7/22/1972	1946-63 (18), Managed 1964,84-85 (3)
#9	Roger Maris	 7/22/1984	1960-66 (7)
#10 	Phil Rizzuto	 8/04/1985	1941-42, 46-56 (13)
#15	Thurman Munson	 8/02/1979	1969-79 (11)
#16	Whitey Ford	 8/03/1974	1950, 53-67 (16)
#23	Don Mattingly	 8/31/1997	1982-95 (14)
#32	Elston Howard	 7/22/1984	1955-67 (13)
#37	Casey Stengel	 8/08/1970	Managed 1949-60 (11)
#44	Reggie Jackson	 8/14/1993	1977-81 (5)
#42	Jackie Robinson	 4/15/1997	(played 1947-55 for Brooklyn Dodgers-Retired for all Baseball teams)
#49	Ron Guidry	 8/23/2003	1975-88 (14)
Note- The Yanks have not issued these numbers due to fan support in respect to these star players who wore them.
#6 Joe Torre - Manager (1996-2007)
#21 Paul O'Neil - rf (1993-2001)
#35 Mike Mussina - p (2001-2008)
#51 Bernie Williams - cf (1991-2006)

Also- #42 is retired by Major League Baseball out of respect for the late Jackie Robinson.
Mariano Riviera is the last remaining player "grandfathered" to be allowed to wear this number.
Yankees Hall of Fame Members
1936	Babe Ruth, OF (1920-34)
1939	Lou Gehrig, 1B (1923-39)
1946	Jack Chesbro, P (1903-09) (inducted as a New York Highlander)
1948	Herb Pennock, P (1923-33)
1953	Ed Barrow, Executive-GM (1921-45)
1954	Bill Dickey, C/Manager (1928-43, 46)
1955	Joe DiMaggio, OF (1936-42, 46-51)
1957	Joe McCarthy, Manager (1931-46)
1964	Miller Huggins, Manager (1918-29)
1966	Casey Stengel, Manager (1949-60)
1967	Red Ruffing, P (1930-42, 45-46)
1969	Waite Hoyt, P (1921-30)
1970	Earle Combs, OF (1924-35)
1970	George Weiss, Executive-GM (1946-60)
1972	Yogi Berra, C (1946-63)
1972	Whitey Ford, P (1950, 53-57)
1972	Lefty Gomez, P (1931-42)
1974	Mickey Mantle, OF (1951-69)
1991	Tony Lazzeri, 2B (1926-37)
1993	Reggie Jackson, OF (1977-81)
1994	Phil Rizzuto, SS (1941-42, 46-56)
1998	Lee MacPhail, Executive-President (1948-64)
2008	Rich 'Goose' Gossage, RP (1978-83, 89)
2009	Joe Gordon, 2B (1938-46)
Other members of the Baseball Hall of Fame who also played for or managed for the Yankees are but did not go in as Yankees: 
(1939) Willie Keeler, Player 1903-09
(1945) Clark Griffith, Player/Manager 1903-07
(1946) Frank Chance, Player/Manager 1913-14
(1952) Paul Waner, Player 1944-45
(1955) Frank 'Home Run' Baker, Player 1916-19, 21-22
(1955) Dazzy Vance, Player 1915, 17-18
(1962) Bill McKechnie, Player 1913
(1964) Burleigh Grimes, Player 1934
(1967) Branch Rickey, Player 1907
(1969) Stan Coveleski, Player 1928
(1975) Bucky Harris, Manager 1947-48
(1976) Bob Lemon, Manager 1978-79, 81-82
(1977) Joe Sewell, Player 1931-33
(1978) Larry MacPhail, Executive-President 1945-47
(1981) Johnny Mize, Player 1949-53
(1985) Enos Slaughter, Player 1954-59
(1987) Jim 'Catfish' Hunter, Player 1975-79
(1991) Gaylord Perry, Player 1980
(1994) Leo Durocher, Player 1925, 1828-29 
(1996) Phil Niekro, Player 1984-85
(2000) Dave Winfield, Player 1981-90
(2005) Wade Boggs, Player 1993-97
(2009) Ricky Henderson, Player 1985-89

Yankees All-Time Records  (Still Active as a Yankee)
CAREER HOME RUN LEADERS - HOME RUNS 
1 Babe Ruth		659
2 Mickey Mantle		536
3 Lou Gehrig 		493
4 Joe DiMaggio		361
5 Yogi Berra		358
6 Alex Rodriguez	302
7 Bernie Williams	287
8 Jorge Posada		275
9 Derek Jeter		255
10 Graig Nettles	250
11 Don Mattingly	222
12 Jason Giambi		209
13 Dave Winfield	205
14 Roger Maris		203
15 Bill Dickey		202
16 Tino Martinez	192
17 Paul O’Neill		185
18 Charlie Keller	184
19 Tommy Henrich	183
20 Robinson Cano 	177
21 Bobby Murcer		175
22 Tony Lazzeri		169
23 Joe Pepitone		166
24 Bill Skowron		165
25 Elston Howard	161
26 Roy White		160
27 Hank Bauer		158
28 Joe Gordon		153
29 Bob Meusel		146
30 Reggie Jackson	144
31 Hideki Matsui	140
31 Tom Tresh		140
-- Mark Texeria 	135
-- Curtis Granderson 	108
-- Nick Swisher 	105

CAREER BATTING AVERAGE LEADERS  - AVG.
1 Babe Ruth		.349
2 Lou Gehrig 		.340
3 Earle Combs		.325
3 Joe DiMaggio		.325
5 Derek Jeter		.313
6 Bill Dickey		.313
6 Wade Boggs		.313
8 Bob Meusel		.311
9 Robinson Cano		.308
10 Don Mattingly	.307
11 Ben Chapman		.305
12 Paul O’Neill		.303
13 Mickey Rivers	.299
14 Mickey Mantle	.298
15 Bernie Williams	.297
15 Wally Schang		.297
17 Lou Piniella		.295
17 Bobby Abreu		.295
19 Willie Keeler	.294
19 Bill Skowron		.294
21 Tony Lazerri		.293
22 Alex Rodriguez	.292
23 Hideki Matsui 	.292
23 Thurman Munson	.292
23 Birdie Cree		.292
26 Dave Winfield	.290
26 George Selkirk	.290
28 Red Rolfe		.289
29 Rickey Henderson	.288
29 Frank Baker		.288
31 Joe Dugan		.286
31 Charlie Keller	.286
33 Yogi Berra		.285
33 Johnny Damon		.285
33 Ken Griffey		.285
33 Mark Koenig		.285
33 Gene Woodling	.285
Other Yankees Greats with over 1000 hits unless mentioned
-- Ichiro Suzuki	.322 (73 hits)
-- Ron Blomburg		.302 (355 hits)
-- Steve Sax		.294 (563 hits)
-- Hal Chase		.284 (571 hits)
-- Alfonso Soriano	.284 (571 hits)
-- Wally Pipp		.282
-- Tommy Henrich	.282
-- Reggie Jackson	.281 (661 hits)
-- Elston Howard	.279
-- Bobby Murcer		.278
-- Hank Bauer		.277
-- Tino Martinez	.276
-- Gill McDougald	.276
-- Willie Randolf	.275
-- Phil Rizzuto		.273
-- Jorge Posada		.273
-- Joe Gordon		.271
-- Roy White		.271
-- Tony Kubek		.266
-- Bobby Richardson	.266
-- Roger Maris		.265 (797 hits)
-- Horace Clarke	.257 (1213 hits)
-- Roger Peckinpaugh	.257
-- Graig Nettles	.253
-- Joe Pepitone		.252 (957 hits)
-- Frank Crosetti	.245 (1541 hits)

CAREER RBI LEADERS  - RBIs 
1 Lou Gehrig 		1995
2 Babe Ruth		1971
3 Joe DiMaggio		1537
4 Mickey Mantle		1509
5 Yogi Berra		1430
6 Bernie Wiliams	1257
7 Derek Jeter	 	1254
8 Bill Dickey		1209
9 Tony Lazzeri		1154
10 Don Mattingly	1099
11 Jorge Posada	 	1021
12 Bob Meusel		1005
13 Alex Rodriguez	 960
14 Paul O’Neill	 	 858
15 Graig Nettles	 834
16 Wally Pipp	 	 826
17 Dave Winfield	 818
18 Tommy Henrich	 795
19 Roy White		 758
20 Tino Martinez	 739
21 Elston Howard	 733
22 Charlie Keller	 723
23 Robinson Cano	 715
24 Thurman Munson	 701
25 Bobby Murcer		 687
-- Mark Texeria 	 425
-- Nick Swisher 	 349
-- Curtis Granderson 	 292

CAREER HIT LEADERS  - BASE HITS 
1 Derek Jeter		3304
2 Lou Gehrig 		2721
3 Babe Ruth		2518
4 Mickey Mantle		2415
5 Bernie Williams	2336
6 Joe DiMaggio		2214
7 Don Mattingly		2153
8 Yogi Berra		2148
9 Bill Dickey		1969
10 Earle Combs		1866
12 Roy White		1803
13 Tony Lazzeri		1784
13 Willie Randolph	1731
14 Jorge Posada		1664
15 Phil Rizzuto		1588
16 Wally Pipp		1577
17 Bob Meusel		1565
18 Thurman Munson	1558
19 Frank Crosetti	1541
20 Robinson Cano	1459
21 Bobby Richardson	1432
22 Paul O’Neill		1426
23 Elston Howard	1405
-- Alex Rodriguez	1366

CAREER GAMES LEADERS  - GAMES PLAYED
1 Derek Jeter		2585
2 Mickey Mantle		2401
3 Lou Gehrig 		2164
4 Yogi Berra		2116
5 Babe Ruth		2084
6 Bernie Williams 	2076
7 Roy White		1881
8 Jorge Posada		1829
9 Bill Dickey		1789
10 Don Mattingly	1785
11 Joe DiMaggio		1736
12 Willie Randolph	1694
13 Frank Crosetti	1683
14 Phil Rizzuto		1661
15 Tony Lazzeri		1659
-- Alex Rodriguez	1249
-- Robinson Cano	1214

CAREER RUNS LEADERS  - RUNS SCORED
1 Babe Ruth		1959
2 Lou Gehrig 		1888
3 Derek Jeter		1868
4 Mickey Mantle		1677
5 Joe DiMaggio		1390
6 Bernie Williams 	1366
7 Earle Combs		1186
8 Yogi Berra		1174
9 Willie Randolph	1027
10 Don Mattingly	1007
11 Frank Crosetti	1006
-- Jorge Posada		 900
-- Alex Rodriguez	 889
-- Robinson Cano	 718

CAREER SINGLES LEADERS  - 1Bs 
1 Derek Jeter 		2460
2 Bernie Williams 	1545
3 Lou Gehrig 		1531
4 Don Mattingly 	1469
5 Mickey Mantle 	1463
6 Yogi Berra 		1420
7 Willie Randolph 	1366
8 Bill Dickey 		1352
9 Earle Combs 		1345
10 Joe DiMaggio 	1333
11 Babe Ruth 		1329
-- Jorge Posada 	1000
-- Robison Cano 	 920
-- Alex Rodriguez 	 829
CAREER DOUBLES LEADERS  - 2Bs 
1 Lou Gehrig 		534
2 Derek Jeter		524
3 Bernie Williams	449
4 Don Mattingly		442
5 Babe Ruth		424
6 Joe DiMaggio		389
7 Jorge Posada		370
8 Mickey Mantle		344
9 Bill Dickey		343
10 Bob Meusel		338
11 Robinson Cano	334
12 Tony Lazzeri		327
13 Yogi Berra		321
14 Earl Combs		309
15 Paul O'Neill		304
16 Roy White		300
-- Alex Rodriguez	227

CAREER TRIPLES LEADERS - 3Bs 
1 Lou Gehrig 		163
2 Earle Combs		154
3 Joe DiMaggio		131
4 Wally Pipp		121
5 Tony Lazzeri		115
6 Babe Ruth		106
7 Bob Meusel		 87
7 Jimmy Williams	 87
9 Tommy Henrich		 73
10 Bill Dickey		 72
10 Mickey Mantle	 72
-- Derek Jeter		 65
CAREER TRIPLES EXTRA BASE HITS - XBs
1 Lou Gehrig 		1190
2 Babe Ruth 		1189
3 Mickey Mantle 	 952
4 Joe DiMaggio 		 881
5 Derek Jeter 		 844
6 Bernie Williams 	 791
7 Yogi Berra 		 728
8 Don Mattingly 	 684
9 Jorge Posada 		 664
10 Bill Dickey 		 617
-- Robison Cano 	 539
-- Alex Rodriguez 	 537
CAREER AT BAT LEADERS - ABs 
1 Derek Jeter		10555
2 Mickey Mantle		 8102
3 Lou Gehrig		 8001
4 Bernie Williams	 7869
5 Yogi Berra		 7546
6 Babe Ruth		 7217
7 Don Mattingly		 7003
8 Joe DiMaggio		 6821
9 Roy White		 6650
10 Willie Randolph	 6303
11 Bill Dickey		 6300
-- Jorge Posada		 6092
-- Robinson Cano	 4731
-- Alex Rodriguez	 4673

CAREER STOLEN BASE LEADERS - SBs 
1 Derek Jeter		348
2 Rickey Henderson	326
3 Willie Randolph	251
4 Hal Chase		248
5 Roy White		233
6 Ben Chapman		184
6 Wid Conroy		184
8 Fritz Maisel		183
9 Mickey Mantle		153
10 Horace Clarke	151
10 Roberto Kelley	151
12 Phil Rizzuto		149
13 Tony Lazzeri		147
13 Bernie Williams	147
-- Alex Rodriguez	141
-- Brett Gardner	137
CAREER STRIKEOUT LEADERS - SOs 
1 Derek Jeter		1743
2 Mickey Mantle		1710
3 Jorge Posada		1453
4 Bernie Williams	1212
5 Babe Ruth		1122
6 Alex Rodriguez	1037
-- Robinson Cano	 604
CAREER BASE ON BALLS LEADERS - BBs 
1 Babe Ruth		1851
2 Mickey Mantle		1733
3 Lou Gehrig		1508
4 Bernie Williams	1069
5 Willie Randolph	1006
6 Derek Jeter		1039
7 Jorge Posada		 936
8 Roy White		 934
9 Tony Lazzeri		 830
-- Alex Rodriguez	 658
CAREER INTENTIONAL BASE ON BALLS LEADERS - IBBs 
1 Don Mattingly		136
2 Bernie Williams	 97
3 Jorge Posada		 78
4 Elston Howard		 72
-- Alex Rodriguez	 54
CAREER ON-BASE PERCENTAGE LEADERS - OB%
1 Babe Ruth		.479
2 Lou Gehrig		.442
3 Mickey Mantle		.422
4 Charlie Keller	.408
5 Jason Giambi		.404
-- Alex Rodriguez	.387
-- Derek Jeter		.382
-- Robinson Cano	.351
CAREER TIMES ON BASE LEADERS
1 Derek Jeter 		4506
2 Babe Ruth 		4405
3 Lou Gehrig 		4274
4 Mickey Mantle 	4161
5 Bernie Williams 	3444
6 Joe DiMaggio 		3050
-- Alex Rodriguez 	2119
-- Robison Cano 	1792
CAREER TOTAL BASE LEADERS - TBs 
1 Babe Ruth		5131
2 Lou Gehrig		5060
3 Derek Jeter		4723
4 Mickey Mantle		4511
5 Joe DiMaggio		3948
-- Jorge Posada		2888
-- Alex Rodriguez	2515
-- Robinson Cano	2380
CAREER SLUGGING PERCENTAGE LEADERS - SP
1 Babe Ruth		.711
2 Lou Gehrig		.636
3 Joe DiMaggio		.579
4 Mickey Mantle		.557
5 Alex Rodriguez	.538
6 Reggie Jackson	.526
CAREER OPS (On Base Pct + Slugging Pct)
1 Babe Ruth		1.195
2 Lou Gehrig		1.080
3 Joe DiMaggio		.977
3 Mickey Mantle		.977
5 Charlie Keller	.977
6 Alex Rodriguez	.928
CAREER HIT BY PITCH LEADERS -HBPs
1 Derek Jeter		163
2 Frank Crosetti	114
3 Jason Giambi		109
4 Alex Rodriguez	 95
- Jorge Posada		 74
CAREER SACRIFICE FLIES LEADERS -SFs
1 Don Mattingly		96
2 Roy White		69
3 Paul O'Neill		69
- Derek Jeter		53
CAREER SACRIFICE BUNT LEADERS -SACs
1 Wally Pipp		226
2 Willie Keeler		211
3 Phil Rizzuto		193
- Derek Jeter		 89

CAREER WIN LEADERS - WINS-LOSSES
1 Whitey Ford		236-106
2 Red Ruffing		231-124
3 Andy Pettite		208-116
4 Lefty Gomez		189-101
5 Ron Guidry		170- 91
6 Bob Shawkey		168-131
7 Mel Stottlemyre	164-139
8 Herb Pennock		162- 90
9 Waite Hoyt		157- 98
10 Allie Reynolds	131- 60
11 Jack Chesbro		128- 93
12 Mike Mussina		123- 72
13 Vic Raschi		120- 50
14 Eddie Lopat		113- 59
15 Spud Chandler	109- 43
15 Fritz Peterson	109-106
Other Yankees Greats
-- Ray Caldwell		 96- 99
-- Johnny Murphy	 93- 53
-- Tommy John		 91- 60
-- Roger Clemens	 83- 42
-- Bob Turley		 82- 52
-- Carl Mays		 80- 39
-- Mariano Rivera	 76- 58
-- CC Sabathia		 74- 29
-- David Wells		 68- 28
-- David Cone		 64- 40
-- Jim 'Catfish' Hunter	 63- 53
-- Ed Figueroa 		 62- 39
-- Urban Shocker	 61- 37
-- Sparky Lyle		 57- 40
-- Phil Hughes		 52- 36
-- Don Larsen		 45- 24
-- Rich 'Goose' Gossage	 42- 28
-- Randy Johnson	 34- 19
-- Phil Niekro		 32- 20
-- Dwight Gooden	 20- 12
-- Babe Ruth		  5-  0
-- Gaylord Perry	  4-  4

CAREER GAMES LEADERS - GAMES PITCHED  
1 Mariano Rivera	1051
2 Dave Righetti		 522
3 Whitey Ford		 498
4 Mike Stanton		 456
5 Red Ruffing		 426
6 Sparky Lyle		 420
7 Andy Pettite		 417
8 Bob Shawkey		 415
9 Johnny Murphy		 383
10 Ron Guidry		 368
11 Lefty Gomez		 367
12 Waite Hoyt		 365
13 Mel Stottlemyre	 360

CAREER EARNED RUN AVERAGE LEADERS  - ERA  
1 Mariano Rivera	2.21
2 Russ Ford		2.54
3 Jack Chesbro		2.58
4 Al Orth		2.72
5 Tiny Bonham		2.73
5 George Mogridge	2.73
7 Whitey Ford		2.75
8 Spud Chandler		2.84
9 Ray Fisher		2.91
10 Mel Stottlemyre	2.97

CAREER SHUTOUT LEADERS  - SH Os 
1 Whitey Ford		45
2 Mel Stottlemyre	40
2 Red Ruffing		40
4 Lefty Gomez		28
5 Allie Reynolds	27
6 Spud Chandler		26
6 Ron Guidry		26
6 Bob Shawkey		26
9 Vic Raschi		24
10 Bob Turley		21

CAREER STRIKEOUT LEADERS  - Ks 
1 Whitey Ford		1956
2 Andy Pettite		1892
3 Ron Guidry		1778
4 Red Ruffing		1526
5 Lefty Gomez		1468
6 Mike Mussina		1278
7 Mel Stottlemyre	1257
8 Bob Shawkey		1163
9 Mariano Rivera	1119
10 Al Downing		1028
11 Roger Clemens	1014
12 Allie Reynolds	 967
13 Dave Righetti	 940
14 Jack Chesbro		 913
15 Bob Turley		 909
CAREER WALKS LEADERS  - BBs 
1 Lefty Gomez		1090
2 Whitey Ford		1086
3 Red Ruffing		1066
CAREER HIT BY PITCH LEADERS  - HBPs 
1 Jack Warhop		114
CAREER COMPLETE GAMES LEADERS  - CGs 
1 Red Ruffing		261
2 Lefty Gomez		173
3 Jack Chesbro		168
4 Herb Pennock		164
4 Bob Shawkey		164
6 Waite Hoyt		156
6 Whitey Ford		156
8 Mel Stottlemyre	152
9 Ray Caldwell		150

CAREER SAVE LEADERS  - SAVEs 
1 Mariano Rivera	608
2 Dave Righetti		224
3 Rich Gossage		151
4 Sparky Lyle		141
5 Johnny Murphy		104
6 Steve Farr		 78
7 Joe Page		 76
8 John Wetteland	 74
9 Lyndy McDaniel	 58
- Rafael Soriano	 44
Other Yankees Greats with also 100+ Wins
- Allie Reynolds	 41
- Waite Hoyt		 28
- Bob Shawkey		 26
- Herb Pennock		 21
CAREER WINNING PERCENTAGE LEADERS  - WP (at least 75 decisions) 
1 CC Sabathia		0.718    ( 74- 29) - 100+ decisions
2 Spud Chandler		0.717    (109- 43) - 100+ decisions
3 David Wells		0.708    ( 68- 28)
4 Vic Raschi		0.706    (120- 50) - 100+ decisions
5 Monte Person		0.700    ( 63- 27)
6 Whitey Ford		0.690    (236-106) - 100+ decisions
7 Allie Reynolds	0.686    (131- 60) - 100+ decisions
8 Chien-Ming Wang	0.679    ( 55- 26)
9 Carl Mays		0.672    ( 80- 39) - 100+ decisions
10 Roger Clemens	0.664    ( 83- 42) - 100+ decisions
11 Atley Donald		0.663    ( 65- 38) - 100+ decisions
12 Eddie Lopat		0.657    (113- 59) - 100+ decisions
13 Lefty Gomez		0.652    (189-101) - 100+ decisions
14 Ron Guidry		0.651    (170- 91) - 100+ decisions
-- Andy Pettite		0.642    (208-116) - 100+ decisions

CAREER FIELDING CHANCES LEADERS  - TOTAL CHANCEs 
1 Lou Gehrig		20808
2 Wally Pipp		16259
3 Don Mattingly		15459
4 Jorge Posada		11114
5 Hal Chase		11102
6 Derek Jeter		10213
7 Yogi Berra		10148
CAREER FIELDING PERCENTAGE LEADERS  - FP (over 4000 TCs) 
1 Don Mattingly		0.996 (1B-15316 TCs, OF-130 TCs, 3B-13 TCs)
2 Tino Martinez		0.994 (1B-8782 TCs)
3 Chris Chambliss	0.993 (1B-8221 TCs)
4 Jorge Posada		0.992 (C-10803 TCs, 1B-211 TCs, 2B-1 TCs)
4 Wally Pipp		0.992 (1B-16259 TCs)
4 Joe Pepetone		0.992 (1B-6605 TCs, OF-696 TCs)
7 Lou Gehrig		0.991 (1B-20790 TCs, OF-18 TCs)
7 Bill 'Moose' Skowron	0.991 (1B-8768 TCs, 3B-35 TCs, 2B-10 TCs)
7 Elston Howard		0.991 (C-6396 TCs, 1B-691 TCs, OF-418 TCs)
7 Jason Giambi		0.991 (1B-4075 TCs)
11 Joe Collins		0.990 (1B-4980 TCs, OF-203 TCs)
11 Bernie Williams	0.990 (OF-4828 TCs)
13 Nick Etten		0.989 (1B-5301 TCs)
14 Yogi Berra		0.988 (C-9642 TCs, OF-504 TCs, 3B-2 TCs)
14 Bill Dickey		0.988 (C-9027 TCs)
16 Mickey Mantle	0.985 (OF-4637 TCs, 1B-2474 TCs, SS-14 TCs, 3B-4 TCs, 2B-2 TCs)
17 Thurman Munson	0.982 (C-7162 TCs, OF-49 TCs, 1B-43 TCs)
18 Horace Clarke	0.981 (2B-5965 TCs, SS-266 TCs, 3B-72 TCs)
19 Willie Randolph	0.980 (2B-9160 TCs)
* Still Active Yankees
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POST SEASON RECORDS

Batting Average
Derek Jeter 		158

Games Played
Derek Jeter 		158 (38 in World Series)
Jorge Posada 		125 (29 in World Series)
Bernie Williams 	121 (32 in World Series)
Tino Martinez 		 99 (25 in World Series)
Paul O'Neill 		 76 (23 in World Series)
Yogi Berra	 	 75 (World Series only)
Mickey Mantle	 	 65 (World Series only)
Hank Bauer 		 53 (World Series only)
Gil McDougald 		 53 (World Series only)
Phil Rizzuto 		 52 (World Series only)
Joe DiMaggio 		 51 (World Series only)

Runs Scored
Derek Jeter 		111 (32 in World Series)
Bernie Williams 	 83 (16 in World Series)
Jorge Posada 		 53 (7 in World Series)
Mickey Mantle	 	 42 (World Series only)
Yogi Berra	 	 41 (World Series only)
Babe Ruth	 	 37 (World Series only)
Tino Martinez 		 36 (11 in World Series)
Paul O'Neill 		 36 (8 in World Series)
Lou Gehrig 		 30 (World Series only)
Joe DiMaggio 		 27 (World Series only)

Hits
Derek Jeter 		200 (50 in World Series)
Bernie Williams 	128 (25 in World Series)
Jorge Posada 		103 (21 in World Series)
Paul O'Neill 		 76 (23 in World Series)
Yogi Berra	 	 71 (World Series only)
Tino Martinez 		 69 (22 in World Series)
Mickey Mantle	 	 59 (World Series only)
Joe DiMaggio 		 54 (World Series only)
Hank Bauer 		 46 (World Series only)
Phil Rizzuto 		 45 (World Series only)
Gil McDougald 		 45 (World Series only)
Lou Gehrig 		 43 (World Series only)

Home Runs
Bernie Williams 	22 (5 in World Series)
Derek Jeter 		20 (3 in World Series)
Mickey Mantle 		18 (World Series only)
Paul O'Neill 		10 (0 in World Series)
Babe Ruth 		15 (World Series only)
Yogi Berra 		12 (World Series only)
Lou Gehrig 		10 (World Series only)
Reggie Jackson 		 8 (World Series only)
Joe DiMaggio 		 8 (World Series only)

RBIs
Bernie Williams 	80 (14 in World Series)
Derek Jeter 		61 (9 in World Series)
Jorge Posada 		42 (11 in World Series)
Mickey Mantle 		40 (World Series only)
Yogi Berra 		38 (World Series only)
Lou Gehrig 		35 (World Series only)
Paul O'Neill 		35 (6 in World Series)
Babe Ruth 		33 (World Series only)
Tino Martinez 		32 (14 in World Series)
Joe DiMaggio 		30 (World Series only)

Pitching Record
Andy Pettite 		18-10 (5-4 in World Series)
Whitey Ford 		10- 8 (World Series only)
Orlando Hernandez 	 9- 3 (2-1 in World Series)
Mariano Rivera 		 8- 1 (2-1 in World Series)

Games Pitched
Mariano Rivera 		96 (24 in World Series)
Jeff Nelson 		44 (16 in World Series)
Andy Pettite 		41 (9 in World Series)

Saves
Mariano Rivera 		42 (11 in World Series)
John Wetteland 		 7 (4 in World Series)
Goose Gossage 		 7 (2 in World Series)
ERA
Mariano Rivera 		0.70 (0.99 in World Series)
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ALL STAR GAME RECORDS
Games Played
Mickey Mantle 	16
Yogi Berra 	15
Derek Jeter 	12
Joe DiMaggio 	11
Dave Winfield 	 8
Bill Dickey 	 8
Thurman Munson 	 6
Roger Maris 	 6
Lou Gehrig 	 6

Hits
Derek Jeter 	11-25	(.440)
Mickey Mantle 	10-43	(.236)
Joe DiMaggio 	 9-40	(.225)
Dave Winfield 	 9-25	(.360)
Yogi Berra 	 8-41	(.195)
Bill Skowron 	 6-14	(.419)
Bill Dickey 	 5-19	(.263)
Lou Gehrig 	 4-18	(.222)
Red Rolfe 	 3-8	(.375)
Jason Giambi 	 3-5	(.600)
Bucky Dent 	 3-4 	(.750)
Alex Rodriguez 	 3-12 	(.250)

Runs Scored
Joe DiMaggio 	7
Derek Jeter 	5
Yogi Berra 	5
Mickey Mantle 	5
Lou Gehrig 	4
Dave Winfield 	4

Home Runs
Mickey Mantle 	2
Lou Gehrig 	2
Derek Jeter 	1
Yogi Berra 	1
Joe DiMaggio 	1
Jason Giambi 	1
Babe Ruth 	1
Charlie Keller 	1
Alph'so Soriano 1

RBIs
Joe DiMaggio 	6
Lou Gehrig 	5
Mickey Mantle 	4
Derek Jeter 	3
Yogi Berra 	3
Games Pitched
Mariano Rivera 	 8
Whitey Ford 	 6
Lefty Gomez 	 5
Mell Stottlemyre 4
Vic Raschi 	 4

Games Started
Lefty Gomez 	 5
Whitey Ford 	 3
Red Ruffing 	 2
Vic Raschi 	 2
Bob Turley 	 1
David Wells 	 1
Hank Borowy 	 1
Jimmy Key 	 1
Mell Stottlemyre 1
Roger Clemens 	 1
Spud Chandler 	 1

Record
Lefty Gomez 	 3-1
Spec Shea 	 1-0
Spud Chandler 	 1-0
Vic Raschi 	 1-0
Allie Reynolds 	 0-1
Catfish Hunter 	 0-1
Eddie Lopat 	 0-1
Mell Stottlemyre 0-1
Phil Hughes 	 0-1
Red Ruffing 	 0-1
Goose Gossage 	 0-1
Tommy John 	 0-1
Whitey Ford 	 0-2

Games Saves
Mariano Rivera 	 4
Joe Page 	 1

Innings Pitched
Lefty Gomez 	18
Whitey Ford 	12
Vic Raschi 	11
Mariano Rivera 	 8
Red Ruffing 	 7.1
Mell Stottlemyre 6
Allie Reynolds 	 5
Catfish Hunter 	 4
David Cone 	 3
Jimmy Key 	 3

All-Time New York Yankee Team

note- the All-star game did not start until 1933
First Team
C -   Yogi Berra (46-65) 	(HOF, 3-MVP, 15-All Star, top 4 in MVP for 7 years in a row, 2nd-2x, 3rd-1x, #8 retired)
1B-   Lou Gehrig (23-39) 	(HOF, 2-MVP, 7 All Star, 2130 straight games, 23 grand slams, MVP 2nd-2x, 1-Triple Crown, #4 ret.)
2B-   Tony Lazzeri (26-37)	(HOF, 1 All Star, 100+ RBI-7x, MVP 3rd-1x)
SS-   Derek Jeter (95-pres.)	(11 All Star, MVP 2nd-1x, MVP 3rd-1x, Rookie of Year, 3-Gold Gloves, All Star MVP, Series MVP)
3B-   Alex Rodriguez (04-pres.)	(4 All Star, 2-MVP, 35+ HRs & 100+ RBIs-5x in a row)
OF-   Mickey Mantle (51-68)	(HOF, 3-MVP, 16 All Star, MVP 2nd-3x, 1-Gold Glove, 18 Series HRs, 1-Triple Crown, #7 retired))
OF-   Joe DiMaggio (36-51)*	(HOF, 3-MVP, 13 All Star, MVP 2nd-2x, MVP 3rd-1x, 56 game hitting streak, #5 retired)
OF-   Babe Ruth (20-34)		(HOF, 1-MVP, 2 All Star, 12 time HR leader, #3 retired)
DH-   Don Mattingly (82-95)	(1-MVP, 6 All Star, MVP 2nd-1x, 9-Gold Gloves, 6 grand slams-1 year, HR-8 straight games, #23 ret.)
RHP-  Red Ruffing (30-46)*	(HOF, 6 All Star, MVP 4th-1x, won 20+ games 4 straight years)
LHP-  Whitey Ford (50-67)*	(HOF, Cy Young, 8 All Star, MVP 3rd-1x, 3-TSN Pitcher of Year, 10 Series Wins, #16 retired)
XSP-  Spud Chandler (37-47) 	(4 All Star, MVP, 20+ wins-2x)
Rel.- Mariano Rivera (95-pres.)	(9 All Star, 2nd Cy Young-3x, series MVP, LCS MVP, Rolaids Relief Man-4x, 50+ saves, 2x)
Mgr.- Casey Stengel (49-60)	(HOF, 10 Pennants, 7 Series, won 5 in a row, 1149-696 record, 35-26 series record, #37 retired)

Second Team
C -   Bill Dickey (28-46)*	(HOF, 11 All Star, MVP 2nd-1x, #8 retired)
1B-   Tino Martinez (96-01,05)	(1 All Star, MVP 2nd-1x, 100+ RBIs-5x)
2B-   Joe Gordon (38-46)	(HOF, 1-MVP, 6 All Star) 
SS-   Phil Rizzuto (41-56) *	(HOF, 1-MVP, 5 All Star, MVP 2nd-1x, Babe Ruth Award-Series MVP, #10 retired)
3B-   Graig Nettles (73-83)	(5-All Star, LCS MVP, 2-Gold Gloves)
OF-   Bob Meusel (20-29)	(Part of Murder's Row, 100+ RBIs-5x)
OF-   Roger Maris (60-66)	(2-MVP, 4 All Star, 1-Gold Glove, 61 HRs broke Babe Ruth's single season record, #9 retired)
OF-   Reggie Jackson (77-81)	(HOF, 5 All Star, MVP 2nd-1x, Series MVP, 5 HRs in one series, 3 on 3 straight pitches, #44 retired)
DH-   Bernie Williams (91-06)	(5 All Star, .300+ Average-8x in a row, 22 Post-Season HRs, LCS MVP, 5-Gold Gloves)
RHP-  Allie Reynolds (47-54)	(HOF, 5 All Star, MVP 2nd-1x, MVP 3rd-1x, 2 no hitters)
LHP-  Lefty Gomez (30-42)	(HOF, 7 All Star, MVP 3rd-1x, won 20+ games-2x, 2-Pitching Triple Crowns)
XSP-  Mel Stottlemyre (64-74)	(5 All Star, 20+ wins-3x)
Rel.- Goose Gossage (78-83,89)	(HOF, 4 All Star, MVP 3rd-1x, 3rd Cy Young-2x, Rolaids Relief Man-1x)
Mgr.- Joe McCarthy (31-46)	(HOF, 8 pennants, 7 series, won 4 in a row, 1460-867 record, 29-9 series record)
* These players missed these seasons listed here due to Military commitments.
* Joe DiMaggio & Phil Rizzuto missed 43-45, Red Ruffing missed 43-44, Bill Dickey, Joe Gordon missed 44-45, Whitey Ford missed 51-52.
Honorable Mention
C - Thurman Munson (69-79)	(1-MVP, 7 All Star, Rookie of Year, 3-Gold Gloves, #15 retired)
C - Elston Howard (55-67)	(1-MVP, 9 All Star, MVP 3rd-1x, #32 retired)
C - Jorge Posada (95-11)	(5 All Star, MVP 3rd-1x, 20+ HRs-7x)
C - Mike Stanley (92-95,97)	(1 All Star, .300+ Average-2x)
1B- Jason Giambi (02-08)	(3 All Star, 30+ HRs-5x)
1B- Wally Pipp (15-25)		(100+ RBI-2x)
1B- Bill Moose Skowron (54-62) 	(5 All Star)
1B- Joe Pepitone (62-69)	(4 All Star, 3-Gold Glove)
1B- Nick Etten (43-46)		(1 All Star, 100+ RBI-2x)
1B- Johnny Mize (49-53)		(HOF, 2 All Star, Babe Ruth Award-Series MVP)
2B- Willie Randolph (76-88)	(5 All Star)
2B- Bobby Richardson (55-66)	(7 All Star, MVP 2nd-1x, Series MVP, 5-Gold Gloves)
2B- Snuffy Stirnweiss (43-50)	(2 All Star, MVP 3rd-1x)
2B- Billy Martin (50-57)*	(1 All Star, Babe Ruth Award-Series MVP, #1 retired)
2B- Horace Clarke (65-74)	(600+ At bats-3x in a row)
2B- Chuck Knoblock (98-01)	(100+ Runs Scored and 600+ At Bats in consecutive years)
2B- Alfonso Soriano (99-03)	(2 All Star, MVP 3rd-1x)
2B- Robinson Cano (05-08)	(1 All Star)
SS- Gil McDougald (51-60)	(5 All Star, Rookie of Year)
SS- Frank Crosetti (32-48)	(2 All Star, 100+ Runs Scored-2x in a row)
SS- Tony Kubek (57-65)		(4 All Star, Rookie of Year)
SS- Tom Tresh (61-69)		(2 All Star, Rookie of Year, 20+ HRs-4x, 1-Gold Glove)
SS- Bucky Dent (77-82)		(2 All Star, Series MVP)
3B- Red Rolfe (31-42)		(4 All Star)
3B- Wade Boggs (93-97)		(HOF, 4 All Star, .300+ Average-4x in a row, 2-Gold Gloves)
3B- Clete Boyer (59-66)		(.300+ Average-4x)
3B- Scott Brosius (98-01)	(1 All Star, Series MVP, 1-Gold Glove)
3B- Frank Baker (16-22)		(HOF)
OF- Willie Keeler (03-09)	(HOF, .300+ Average-4x in a row)
OF- Earle Combs (24-35)		(HOF, .300+ Average-10x, set hits season record with a Yankee record 231)
OF- Ben Chapman (30-36)		(4 All Star, .300+ Average-4x)
OF- Charlie Keller (39-49,52)	(5 All Star, 30+ HRs-3x, 100+ RBIs-3x)
OF- Dave Winfield (81-90)	(HOF, 8 All Star, MVP-3 1x, 5-Gold Gloves)
OF- Rickey Henderson (85-89) 	(4 All Star, MVP 3rd-1x, 80+ Stolen Bases-3x with a Yankee record of 93)
OF- Paul O’Neill (93-01)	(4 All Star, 100+ RBIs-4x in a row, .300+ Average-6x in a row)
OF- Bobby Murcer (65-74,79-83)	(5 All Star, 1-Gold Glove)
OF- Hideki Matsui (03-09)	(3 All Star, 100+ RBIs-4x) 
OF- Bobby Abreu (06-08)		(100+ RBIs and Runs Scored-2x in a row)
OF- Birdie Cree (08-15)		(.300+ Average-3x)
OF- George Selkirk (34-42)	(2 All Star, .300+ Average-5x)
OF- Tommy Henrich (37-50)	(5 All Star)
OF- Hank Bauer (48-59) 		(3 All Star)
OF- Enos Slaughter (54-59)	(HOF)
OF- Lou Piniella (74-84) 	(.300+ Average-4x, .319 Series Average)
OF- Roy White (65-79)		(2 All Star)
OF- Mickey Rivers (76-79)	(1 All Star, MVP 3rd-1x)
LHP- Herb Pennock (23-33)	(HOF, MVP 3rd-1x, 20+ wins-2x)
LHP- Bobby Shantz (57-60)	(1 All Star, 4-Gold Gloves)
LHP- Ron Guidry (75-88)		(4 All Star, Cy Young, MVP 2nd-1x, TSN Pitcher of Year, 20+ wins-3x, 5-Gold Gloves, #49 retired)
LHP- Andy Pettite (95-03,07-10)	(2 All Star, LCS MVP, 20+ wins-2x, 14 Post-Season wins)
LHP- Tommy John (79-82,86-89)	(2 All Star, Cy Young-2nd-1x, 20+ wins-2x)
LHP- Al Downing (61-69) 	(1 All Star)
LHP- Eddie Lopat (48-55) 	(1 All Star)
LHP- Jimmy Key (93-96) 		(2 All Star, Cy Young 2nd-1x)
LHP- David Wells (97-98,02-03)	(1 All Star, Cy Young 3rd-1x, LCS MVP, Perfect Game)
LHP- CC Sabathia (2009-)	(3 All Star, Cy Young 3rd-1x, LCS MVP)
RHP- Jack Chesbro (03-09)	(HOF, 20+ wins-3x, including record 41 wins in a season)
RHP- Waite Hoyt (21-30)		(HOF, 20+ wins-2x)
RHP- Catfish Hunter (75-79)	(HOF, 1 All Star, Cy Young 2nd-1x)
RHP- Roger Clemens (99-03,07)	(2 All Star, Cy Young)
RHP- Mike Mussina (01-09)	(2-Gold Gloves)
RHP- Vic Raschi (46-53)		(4 All Star, 20+ wins-3x in a row)
RHP- Bob Turley RHP (55-62) 	(2 All Star, Cy Young, MVP 2nd-1x, TSN pitcher of year, Series MVP)
RHP- David Cone (95-00) 	(2 All Star, Perfect Game)
RHP- Ed Figueroa (76-80)	(20+ wins-1x)
RHP- Bob Shawkey (15-27) 	(20+ wins-4x)
RHP- Carl Mays (19-23) 		(25+ wins-2x)
RHP- Russ Ford (09-13)		(20+ wins-2x)
RHP- Sad Sam Jones (22-26)	(20+ wins-1x, Saves leader-1x)
Rel.- Sparky Lyle (72-78)	(3 All Star, Cy Young, MVP 3rd-1x, Saves leader-2x)
Rel.- Dave Righetti (79-90)	(2 All Star, Rookie of Year, Rolaids Relief Man-2x, no hitter as a starter)
Rel.- Johnny Murphy (32-46)	(3 All Star, Saves leader-4x)
Rel.- Joe Page (44-50)		(3 All Star, MVP 3rd-1x, Saves leader-2x, Babe Ruth Award-Series MVP)
Rel.- Luis Arroyo (60-63)	(1 All Star, Saves leader-1x)
Rel.- Lindy McDaniel (68-73)	(50+ appearances-3x in a row)
Rel.- Wilcy Moore (27-29,32-33)	(Saves leader in same year he won 19 games)
Manager- Miller Huggins (18-29)	(HOF, 6 Pennants, 3 Series, 1067-719 record, 18-17 series record)
Manager- Joe Torre (96-07)	(6 Pennants, 4 Series, 1179-772 record, 21-11 series record, won 76 post season games in all)
Manager- Billy Martin (many)	(2 Pennants, 1 Series, 556-385 record, managed 5 different times, #1 retired)
Manager- Bucky Harris (47-48)	(1 Pennant, 1 Series, 191-117 record)
Manager- Ralph Houk (many) 	(3 Pennants, 2 Series, 944-806 record)
Manager- Bob Lemon (many) 	(2 Pennants, 1 Series, 99-73 record)
Manager- Joe Girardi (2008-) 	(1 Pennant, 1 Series, 479-331 record)
* These players missed these seasons listed here due to Military commitments or other reasons.
* Billy Martin hurt 1954, Tommy Henrich missed 43-44, Charlie Keller missed 44, Johnny Murphy missed 44-45, Dave Winfield hurt 89
 
Top All-Time Managerial Records:	won-loss  Pct.	100 w's  1st's,  2nd's Pennants	- World Series Record
Joe McCarthy 1931-46 			1460-867 (.627) (6-100,  8 1st, 4 2nd)  8	7-1
Joe Torre 1996-07 			1179-772 (.604) (4-100, 10 1st, 2 2nd)  6	4-2
Casey Stengel 1949-60 			1149-696 (.623) (1-100, 10 1st, 1 2nd) 10	7-3
Miller Huggins 1918-29 			1067-719 (.597) (2-100,  6 1st, 2 2nd)  6	3-3
Ralph Houk 1961-63, 66-73 		 944-806 (.539) (1-100,  2 1st, 1 2nd)  3	2-1  
Billy Martin 1975-78, 79, 83, 85, 88	 556-385 (.591) (2-100,  3 1st, 1 2nd)  2	1-1
Joe Girardi 2008-present		 479-331 (.591) (1-100,  3 1st, 2 2nd)  1	1-0
 
Managers				Years			Regular Season	Pct.	Series	Pct.	Post	Pct. 	Champs
Clark Griffith 				1903-08 		( 419-370) 	.531	-	-	-	-	0
Norm Elberfeld 				1908 			(  27- 71) 	.276	-	-	-	-	0
George Stallings 			1909-10 		( 153-138) 	.526	-	-	-	-	0
Hal Chase 				1910-11 		(  85- 78) 	.521	-	-	-	-	0
Harry Wolverton 			1912 			(  50-102) 	.329	-	-	-	-	0
Frank Chance 				1913-14 		( 117-168) 	.411	-	-	-	-	0
Roger Peckinpaugh 			1914 			(  10- 10) 	.500	-	-	-	-	0
Bill Donovan 				1915-17 		( 220-239) 	.479	-	-	-	-	0
Miller Huggins 				1918-29 		(1067-719) 	.597	18-17	.514	18=17	.514	3
Art Fletcher 				1929 			(   6-  5) 	.545	-	-	-	-	0
Bob Shawkey 				1930 			(  86- 68) 	.558	-	-	-	-	0
Joe McCarthy 				1931-46 		(1460-867) 	.627	29- 9	.763	29- 9	.763	7
Bill Dickey 				1946 			(  57- 48) 	.543	-	-	-	-	0
Johnny Neun 				1946 			(   8-  6) 	.571	-	-	-	-	0
Bucky Harris 				1947-48 		( 191-117) 	.620	 4- 3	.571	 4- 3	.571	1
Casey Stengel 				1949-60 		(1149-696) 	.623	35-26	.577	35-26	.577	7	
Ralph Houk 				1961-63,66-73 		( 944-806) 	.539	 8- 8	.500	 8- 8	.500	2
Yogi Berra 				1964,84-85 		( 192-148) 	.565	 3- 4	.429	 3- 4	.429	0
Johnny Keane 				1965-66 		(  81-101) 	.445	-	-	-	-	0
Bill Virdon 				1974-75 		( 142-124) 	.534	-	-	-	-	0
Billy Martin 				1975-78,79,83,85,88 	( 556-385) 	.591	 4- 6	.400	10-10	.500	1
Bob Lemon 				1978-79,81-82 		(  99- 73) 	.576	 6- 6	.500	16- 7	.696	1
Dick Howser 				1978,80 		( 102- 61) 	.628	-	-	 0- 3	.000	0
Gene Michael 				1981,82 		(  92- 76) 	.548	-	-	-	-	0
Clyde King 				1982 			(  29- 33) 	.468	-	-	-	-	0
Lou Piniella 				1986-87,88 		( 224-193) 	.537	-	-	-	-	0
Dallas Green 				1989 			(  56- 65) 	.463	-	-	-	-	0
Bucky Dent 				1989-90 		(  36- 53) 	.404	-	-	-	-	0
Stump Merrill 				1990-91 		( 120-155) 	.436	-	-	-	-	0
Buck Showalter 				1992-95 		( 313-268) 	.539	-	-	 2- 3	.400	0
Joe Torre 				1996-07 		(1173-767) 	.604	21-11	.656	76-47	.618	4
Joe Girardi 				2008-present 		( 479-331)	.591	 4- 2   .667	17-15	.531	1	

Team Owner(s)						Years		Pennants	World Series Champs
Sidney Frank 						1901		0		0
John Mahon 						1902		0		0
Frank Ferrell and Bill Devery 				1903-14		0		0
Colonel Jake Ruppert and Colonel Tillinghast Huston 	1915-22		2		0
Colonel Jake Ruppert					1923-38		8		7
Colonel Jake Ruppert Estate				1939-45		4		3
Larry MacPhail, Dan Topping and Del Webb 		1945-47		1		1
Dan Topping and Del Webb 				1945-64		14		9
CBS (Chairman William S. Paley)				1964-73		0		0
George Steinbrenner 					1973-07		10		6
George, Harold and Hank Steinbrenner			2007-Present	1		1
NOTE- Corporate information concerning the Yankees Ownership
1999-2003 YankeeNets (Yankees and NBA's Nets combine)
2003-Nets split up from Yaknees, but not before starting up the "YES" Yankees Entertainment and Sports Network in 2002
2004-present Yankee Global Enterprises LLC (owns both the Yankees and the YES network)


Team President(s) 					Years 		Pennants 	World Series Champs
Sidney Frank 						1901 		0 		0
John Mahon 						1902 		0 		0
Joseph Gordon 						1903-06 	0 		0
Frank Ferrell 						1907-14 	0 		0
Colonel Jake Ruppert 					1915-38 	10 		7
Ed Barrow 						1939-44 	4 		3
Larry MacPhail 						1945-47 	1 		1
Dan Topping 						1948-66 	14 		9
Michael Burke 						1967-73 	0 		0
Gabe Paul 						1973-77 	2 		1
Al Rosen 						1978-80 	1 		1
Lou Saban 						1981-82 	1 		0
Cedric Tallis 						1983-84 	0 		0
Eugene McHale 						1984-86 	0 		0
George Steinbrenner 					1987-89 	0 		0
Robert Nederlander 					1990-91 	0 		0
Daniel McCarthy 					1992 		0 		0
Joe Malloy 						1993 		0 		0
George Steinbrenner 					1994-99 	4 		4
Randy Levine 						2000-present 	3 		1

General Manager(s) 					Years 		Pennants 	World Series Champs
N/A 							1901-20 	0 		0
Ed Barrow 						1921-44 	14 		10
Larry MacPhail 						1945-47 	1 		1
George Weiss 						1948-61 	11 		8
Roy Hamey 						1962-63 	2 		1
Ralph Houck 						1964-66 	1 		0
Dan Topping, Jr. (acting) 				1966 		0 		0
Lee MacPhail 						1967-73 	0 		0
Gabe Paul and Tal Smith 				1974-75 	0 		0
Gabe Paul 						1975-77 	3 		1
Cedric Tallis 						1978-79 	1 		1
Gene Michael 						1980-81 	1 		0
Bill Bergesch 						1982-84 	0 		0
Murray Cook 						1984 		0 		0
Clyde King 						1985-86 	0 		0
Woody Woodward 						1987 		0 		0
Lou Piniella 						1988 		0 		0
Bob Quinn 						1988-89 	0 		0
Harding Peterson 					1990 		0 		0
Gene Michael 						1991-95 	0 		0
Bob Watson 						1996-97 	1 		1
Brian Cashman 						1998-present 	6 		4
 
Announcers in Broadcast Booth with most years - 
Phil Rizzuto: 	(40) 1957-96
Mel Allen: 	(24) 1939-40, 42, 46-64, 85-86
Bill White: 	(19) 1971-88
Bobby Murcer: 	(18) 1986, 89, 91-93, 95-07
John Sterling: 	(18) 1989-06
Frank Messer: 	(18) 1968-84
Red Barber: 	(14) 1954-66
Jim Kaat: 	(12) 1995-06
Ken Singleton: 	(12) 1997-08
Al Trautwig: 	(12) 1990-01

All Time Best Teams - 					(Manager)
 1. 1927, 110-44 (+19), World Series Champs 4-0		(Miller Huggins)
 2. 1998, 114-48 (+22), World Series Champs 4-1		(Joe Torre)
 3. 1961, 109-53 (+8), World Series Champs 4-1		(Ralph Houk)
 4. 1939, 106-45 (+17), World Series Champs 4-0		(Joe McCarthy)
 5. 1932, 107-47 (+13), World Series Champs 4-0		(Joe McCarthy)
 6. 1941, 101-53 (+17), World Series Champs 4-1		(Joe McCarthy)
 7. 1937, 102-52 (+13), World Series Champs 4-1		(Joe McCarthy)
 8. 1936, 102-51 (+19.5), World Series Champs 4-2	(Joe McCarthy)
 9. 1938,  99-53 (+9.5), World Series Champs 4-0	(Joe McCarthy)
10. 1928, 101-52 (+2.5), World Series Champs 4-2	(Miller Huggins)
11. 1953,  99-52 (+8.5), World Series Champs 4-2	(Casey Stengel)
12. 1947,  97-57 (+12), World Series Champs 4-3		(Bucky Harris)
10. 1923,  98-54 (+16), World Series Champs 4-0		(Miller Huggins)
11. 1977, 100-62 (+2.5), World Series Champs 4-2 	(Billy Martin)
13. 1958,  92-62 (+10), World Series Champs 4-3		(Casey Stengel)
16. 1999,  98-64 (+4), World Series Champs 4-0		(Joe Torre)
17. 1942, 103-51, (+9), Lost World Series 4-1		(Joe McCarthy)
18. 1963, 104-57, (+10.5), Lost World Series 4-0	(Ralph Houk)
19. 1996,  92-70, (+3), World Series Champs 4-2		(Joe Torre)
20. 2009, 103-59, (+8), World Series Champs 4-2		(Joe Girardi)
World Series Championships - 1st Place	27
League Pennants - 1st Place		40
Hall of Famers - 2nd Place		24
24 as Yankees, another 23 played for Yanks = 47

All Time Franchise Wins - 7th Place
Record 9862 Wins - 7493 losses
Note - the 6 teams ahead of them were all NL clubs that started play in 1876 (2), 1882 (3), 1883 (1) and 1884 (1).

All Time Winning Percentage - 1st Place (0.568)
All Time Home Runs - 1st Place (14772)
All Time Batting Average - 2nd Place (0.268)
All Time ERA - 3rd Place (3.64)
Stadiums
1901-02 - (Baltimore Orioles) 	- Oriole Park, Baltimore (8,000 capacity)
1903-12 - (NY Highlanders)	- Hilltop Park, Manhattan, NY (15,000 capacity) 365-542-400 / 366-391-383
1913-22 - (NY Yankees) 		- Polo Grounds, Manhattan, NY (34,000 capacity) 277-455-258 / 279-483-256
1923-73 - (NY Yankees) 		- "Original" Yankee Stadium, Bronx, NY (58,000/67,000 capacity) 295-490-281 / 301-461-296
1974-75 - (NY Yankees) 		- Shea Stadium, Queens, NY (57,333 capacity) 338-410-338
1976-08 - (NY Yankees) 		- "Refurbished" Yankee Stadium, Bronx, NY (56,937 capacity) 318-408-314
2009- 	- (NY Yankees) 		- "New" Yankee Stadium, Bronx, NY (53,000 capacity) 318-408-314
 
  
    

 
      
 
      
       
        
       
       
       
 
 
        
        
       
 
      
 
 
        
 



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