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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

Offensive categories:
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Batting Average | Slugging Percentage | On-Base Percentage | OPS | HR Pct.
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  Player Strikeouts
(Min. 25)
Year
1. Spud Chandler  138 1946
2. Spud Chandler  134 1943
3. Tommy Byrne  129 1949
Allie Reynolds  129 1947
4. Vic Raschi  124 1948
Vic Raschi  124 1949
5. Bill Bevens  120 1946
6. Joe Page  116 1947
7. Hank Borowy  113 1943
8. Hank Borowy  107 1944
9. Allie Reynolds  105 1949
Marius Russo  105 1941
Butch Wensloff  105 1943
10. Allie Reynolds  101 1948
11. Joe Page  99 1949
12. Red Ruffing  97 1940
13. Tommy Byrne  93 1948
14. Spec Shea  89 1947
15. Marius Russo  87 1940
16. Hank Borowy  85 1942
17. Ed Lopat  83 1948
18. Red Ruffing  80 1942
19. Monk Dubiel  79 1944
20. Bill Bevens  77 1947
Marv Breuer  77 1941
Joe Page  77 1946
Joe Page  77 1948
21. Bill Bevens  76 1945
Lefty Gomez  76 1941
22. Spud Chandler  74 1942
23. Marv Breuer  72 1942
24. Tiny Bonham  71 1943
Tiny Bonham  71 1942
Marv Breuer  71 1940
Atley Donald  71 1941
Spec Shea  71 1948
25. Ed Lopat  70 1949
26. Spud Chandler  68 1947
27. Al Gettel  67 1945
28. Randy Gumpert  63 1946
Joe Page  63 1944
29. Spud Chandler  60 1941
Atley Donald  60 1940
Red Ruffing  60 1941
30. Bill Zuber  59 1944
31. Atley Donald  57 1943
Bill Zuber  57 1943
32. Spud Chandler  56 1940
33. Tiny Bonham  54 1944
Al Gettel  54 1946
34. Atley Donald  53 1942
35. Vic Raschi  51 1947
Fred Sanford  51 1949
36. Joe Page  50 1945
Bill Zuber  50 1945
37. Atley Donald  48 1944
38. Karl Drews  45 1947
Monk Dubiel  45 1945
39. Tiny Bonham  43 1941
Monte Pearson  43 1940
40. Tiny Bonham  42 1945
Bobo Newsom  42 1947
Marius Russo  42 1943
41. Lefty Gomez  41 1942
42. Bump Hadley  39 1940
43. Tiny Bonham  37 1940
44. Hank Borowy  35 1945
45. Steve Roser  34 1944
46. Cuddles Marshall  32 1946
47. Johnny Murphy  31 1943
48. Tiny Bonham  30 1946
Bob Porterfield  30 1948
Mel Queen  30 1944
49. Johnny Murphy  29 1941
50. Norm Branch  28 1941
Johnny Lindell  28 1942
51. Mel Queen  26 1946
Steve Sundra  26 1940
52. Red Embree  25 1948
Randy Gumpert  25 1947
Frank Hiller  25 1948
Bob Porterfield  25 1949
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