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  • World Series titles (27):
1923, 1927-28, 1932, 1936-39,
1941, 1943, 1947, 1949-53,
1956, 1958, 1961, 1962,
1977-78, 1996, 1998-2000,2009
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Derek Jeter, Captain. The legenday #2 shows his poise and teamsmanship year in and year out. He is celebrated more than any current Yankee at home, and booed the most on the road. To DJ, all he has to say is, "I like when we are on the road and teams are booin' us and haten' us."

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The Last Yankees Dynasty

From 1998-2000, the New York Yankees dominated baseball, winning the World Series every year during that span. Derek Jeter was a cog in the machine that ran over opponents for years on end.

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The 2007 New York Yankees finished the regular season with a 94-68 record, third best in the Majors and good for the American League Wild Card. The Yankees finished second in the AL East behind the Boston Red Sox. Their starting third baseman, Alex Rodriguez, won Most Valuable Player honors.


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Record Per Season

Year Regular Season
Finish Wins Losses
1901 68 65 .511
1902 50 88 .362
1903 72 62 .537
1904 92 59 .609
1905 71 78 .477
1906 90 61 .596
1907 70 78 .473
1908 51 103 .331
1909 74 77 .490
1910 88 63 .583
1911 76 76 .500
1912 50 102 .329
1913 57 94 .377
1914 70 84 .455
1915 69 83 .454
1916 80 74 .514
1917 71 82 .464
1918 60 63 .488
1919 80 59 .576
1920 95 59 .617
1921 98 55 .641
1922 94 60 .610
1923 98 54 .645
1924 89 63 .586
1925 69 85 .448
1926 91 63 .591
1927 110 44 .714
1928 101 53 .656
1929 88 66 .571
1930 86 68 .554
1931 94 59 .614
1932 107 47 .695
1933 91 59 .607
1934 94 60 .610
1935 89 60 .597
1936 102 51 .667
1937 102 52 .662
1938 99 53 .651
1939 106 45 .702
1940 88 66 .571
1941 101 53 .656
1942 103 51 .669
1943 98 56 .636
1944 83 71 .539
1945 81 71 .532
1946 87 67 .565
1947 97 57 .630
1948 94 60 .610
1949 97 57 .630
1950 98 56 .636
1951 98 56 .636
1952 95 59 .617
1953 99 52 .656
1954 103 51 .669
1955 96 58 .623
1956 97 57 .630
1957 98 56 .636
1958 92 62 .597
1959 79 75 .513
1960 97 57 .630
1961 109 53 .672
1962 96 66 .592
1963 104 57 .646
1964 99 63 .611
1965 77 85 .475
1966 70 89 .440
1967 72 90 .444
1968 83 79 .512
1969 80 81 .497
1970 93 69 .574
1971 82 80 .506
1972 79 76 .510
1973 80 82 .494
1974 89 73 .549
1975 83 77 .519
1976 97 62 .610
1977 100 62 .617
1978 100 63 .613
1979 89 71 .556
1980 103 59 .636
1981 59 48 .551
1982 79 83 .487
1983 91 71 .562
1984 87 75 .537
1985 97 64 .602
1986 90 72 .556
1987 89 73 .549
1988 85 76 .528
1989 74 87 .460
1999 67 95 .414
1991 71 91 .438
1992 76 86 .469
1993 88 74 .543
1994 70 43 .619
1995 79 65 .549
1996 92 70 .568
1997 96 66 .593
1998 114 48 .704
1999 98 64 .605
2000 87 74 .540
2001 95 65 .594
2002 103 58 .640
2003 101 61 .623
2004 101 61 .623
2005 95 67 .586
2006 97 65 .599
2007 94 68 .580
2008 89 73 .549
2009 103 59 .636

New York Yankees Team Record

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World Series Final Outs

1921: GIANTS/Yankees Game 7 Yankees third baseman Home Run Baker grounds into a double play second -> first -> third

1922: GIANTS/Yankees Game 4 Yankees second baseman Aaron Ward flies out to right field

1923: Giants/YANKEES Game 6 Giants pitcher Jack Bentley grounded out second -> first

1926: CARDINALS/Yankees Game 7 Yankees right fielder Babe Ruth caught stealing second base

1927: Pirates/YANKEES Game 4 Pirates pitcher John Miljus threw a wild pitch enabling Ealre Combs to score the winning run

1928: Cardinals/YANKEES Game 4 Cardinals second baseman Frankie Frisch fouled out to left field

1932: Cubs/YANKEES Game 4 Cubs left fielder Riggs Stephenson flied out to right field

1936: Giants/YANKEES Game 6 Giants catcher Harry Danning grounded out to first unassisted

1937: Giants/YANKEES Game 5 Giants left fielder Jo-Jo Moore grounded out pitcher -> first base

1938: Cubs/YANKEES Game 5 Cubs second baseman Billy Herman grounded out pitcher -> first

1939: Reds/YANKEES Game 4 Reds outfielder Wally Berger lined out to shortstop

1941: Dodgers/YANKEES Game 5 Dodgers pinch hitter Jimmy Wasdel flied out to center

1942: CARDINALS/Yankees Game 5 Yankees pinch hitter George Selkirk grounds out second -> first

1943: Cardinals/YANKEES Game 5 Cardinals left fielder Debs Garms grounded out second -> first

1947: Dodgers/YANKEES Game 7 Dodgers catcher Bruce Edwards grounds into a double play shortstop -> second -> first

1949: Dodgers/YANKEES Game 5 Dodgers first baseman Gil Hodges strikes out

1950: Phillies/YANKEES Game 4 Phillies pinch hitter Stan Lopata strikes out

1951: Giants/YANKEES Game 6 Giants pinch hitter Sal Yvars lines out to right field

1952: Dodgers/YANKEES Game 7 Dodgers shortstop Pee Wee Reese flies out to left field

1953: Dodgers/YANKEES Game 6 Yankees first baseman Billy Martin singles in Hank Bauer

1955: DODGERS/Yankees Game 7 Yankees left fielder Elston Howard grounds out shortstop -> first

1956: Dodgers/YANKEES Game 7 Dodgers third baseman Jackie Robinson strikes out

1957: BRAVES/Yankees Game 7 Yankees pitcher Tommy Byrne hits into a fielders choice to third base, Jerry Coleman out at third

1958: Braves/YANKEES Game 7 Braves second baseman Red Shoendienst lines out to center

1960: PIRATES/Yankees Game 7 Pirates second baseman Bill Mazeroski hits a walk off home run

1961: Reds/YANKEES Game 5 Reds center fielder Vada Pinson flied out to left field

1962: Giants/YANKEES Game 7 Giants left fielder Willie McCovey lines out to second

1963: DODGERS/Yankees Game 4 Yankees right fielder Hector Lopez grounds out shortstop -> first

1964: CARDINALS/Yankees Game 7 Yankees second baseman Bobby Richardson popped out to second

1976: REDS/Yankees Game 4 Yankees left fielder Roy White flied out to center

1977: Dodgers/YANKEES Game 6 Dodgers pinch hitter Lee Lacy bunted out to the pitcher

1978 Dodgers/YANKEES Game 6 Dodgers third baseman Ron Cey popped out to catcher

1981: DODGERS/Yankees Game 6 Yankees first baseman Bob Watson flied out to center

1996: Braves/YANKEES Game 6 Braves second baseman Mark Lemke popped out to third base

1998 Padres/YANKEES Game 4 Padres pinch hitter Mark Sweeny grounded out to third -> first

1999: Braves/YANKEES Game 4 Braves designated hitter Keith Lockhart flied out to left field

2000: Mets/YANKEES Game 5 Mets catcher Mike Piazza flied out to center

2001: Game 7 DIAMONDBACKS/Yankees Diamondsbacks let fielder Luis Gonzalez hits a game winning single

2003: Game 6 MARLINS/Yankees Yankees catcher Jorge Posada grounds out to pitcher

2009: Game 6 Phillies/YANKEES Phillies center fielderShane Victorino grounds out to Robinson Cano

Minor League Teams

AAA- Scranton Wilkes-Barre Yankees

AA- Trenton Thunder

High A- Tampa Yankees

A- Charleston Riverdogs

Low A- Staten Island Yankees

R- Gulf Coast Yankees


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