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Have you ever been sitting around wondering exactly who ranks in the top 10 in strikeouts in a single season in Yankee history?  Maybe, you're wondering what player had the most complete games in a single season during the 50s (Allie Reynolds - 24 in 1952.) Well, I have wondered some of those things, so I put together this page in case anyone else was also wondering.  Click here to see the batting leaders.

Updated through 2013 regular season
Bold Face indicates a current Yankee

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  Player Games Started
(Min. 10)
Year
1. Vic Raschi  37 1949
2. Spud Chandler  32 1946
3. Bill Bevens  31 1946
Ed Lopat  31 1948
Vic Raschi  31 1948
Allie Reynolds  31 1948
Allie Reynolds  31 1949
4. Hank Borowy  30 1944
Tommy Byrne  30 1949
Spud Chandler  30 1943
Ed Lopat  30 1949
Allie Reynolds  30 1947
Red Ruffing  30 1940
5. Monk Dubiel  28 1944
6. Tiny Bonham  27 1942
Hank Borowy  27 1943
Marius Russo  27 1941
Butch Wensloff  27 1943
7. Tiny Bonham  26 1943
8. Bill Bevens  25 1945
Tiny Bonham  25 1944
9. Spud Chandler  24 1942
Spud Chandler  24 1940
Red Ruffing  24 1942
Marius Russo  24 1940
10. Bill Bevens  23 1947
Tiny Bonham  23 1945
Lefty Gomez  23 1941
Red Ruffing  23 1941
Spec Shea  23 1947
11. Marv Breuer  22 1940
Spec Shea  22 1948
12. Hank Borowy  21 1942
13. Spud Chandler  20 1941
Atley Donald  20 1941
Monk Dubiel  20 1945
14. Marv Breuer  19 1942
Atley Donald  19 1944
Atley Donald  19 1942
15. Hank Borowy  18 1945
Marv Breuer  18 1941
16. Al Gettel  17 1945
Joe Page  17 1946
17. Spud Chandler  16 1947
Joe Page  16 1944
Monte Pearson  16 1940
18. Atley Donald  15 1943
Bobo Newsom  15 1947
19. Tiny Bonham  14 1941
Tiny Bonham  14 1946
Vic Raschi  14 1947
Marius Russo  14 1943
Bill Zuber  14 1945
20. Lefty Gomez  13 1942
Bill Zuber  13 1943
Bill Zuber  13 1944
21. Tiny Bonham  12 1940
Randy Gumpert  12 1946
Bob Porterfield  12 1948
22. Tommy Byrne  11 1948
Atley Donald  11 1940
Al Gettel  11 1946
Cuddles Marshall  11 1946
Red Ruffing  11 1945
Fred Sanford  11 1949
23. Karl Drews  10 1947
Mel Queen  10 1944
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