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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 Strikeouts
(Min. 25)
Year
1. Ron Guidry  248 1978
2. Ron Guidry  201 1979
3. Catfish Hunter  177 1975
4. Ron Guidry  176 1977
5. Catfish Hunter  173 1976
6. Pat Dobson  157 1974
7. Doc Medich  154 1974
8. Rudy May  145 1975
Doc Medich  145 1973
9. Fritz Peterson  139 1971
10. Doc Medich  132 1975
Mel Stottlemyre  132 1971
11. Pat Dobson  129 1975
12. Fritz Peterson  127 1970
13. Mel Stottlemyre  126 1970
14. Rich Gossage  122 1978
15. Ed Figueroa  119 1976
16. Stan Bahnsen  116 1970
Don Gullett  116 1977
17. Tommy John  111 1979
18. Stan Bahnsen  110 1971
Mel Stottlemyre  110 1972
19. Ed Figueroa  104 1977
Luis Tiant  104 1979
20. Fritz Peterson  100 1972
Dick Tidrow  100 1974
21. Mel Stottlemyre  95 1973
22. Mike Kekich  93 1971
Lindy McDaniel  93 1973
23. Ed Figueroa  92 1978
24. Rudy May  90 1974
Mike Torrez  90 1977
25. Sparky Lyle  89 1974
26. Dick Tidrow  83 1977
27. Steve Kline  81 1971
Lindy McDaniel  81 1970
28. Mike Kekich  78 1972
29. Sparky Lyle  75 1972
Sam McDowell  75 1973
30. Dick Tidrow  73 1978
31. Pat Dobson  70 1973
32. Sparky Lyle  68 1977
33. Jim Beattie  65 1978
Dock Ellis  65 1976
Larry Gura  65 1975
Sparky Lyle  65 1975
Dick Tidrow  65 1976
34. Mike Kekich  63 1970
Sparky Lyle  63 1973
35. Sparky Lyle  61 1976
36. Fritz Peterson  59 1973
37. Rob Gardner  58 1972
Steve Kline  58 1972
38. Catfish Hunter  56 1978
39. Catfish Hunter  52 1977
40. Fred Beene  49 1973
Steve Kline  49 1970
41. Lindy McDaniel  47 1972
42. Ron Davis  43 1979
43. Ed Figueroa  42 1979
44. Doyle Alexander  41 1976
Rich Gossage  41 1979
Ken Holtzman  41 1976
45. Ron Klimkowski  40 1970
Mel Stottlemyre  40 1974
46. Lindy McDaniel  39 1971
Dave Pagan  39 1974
47. John Cumberland  38 1970
Rudy May  38 1976
Dick Tidrow  38 1975
48. Fred Beene  37 1972
49. Jack Aker  36 1970
50. Catfish Hunter  34 1979
Mike Wallace  34 1974
51. Steve Hamilton  33 1970
Sparky Lyle  33 1978
Sam McDowell  33 1974
52. Jim Beattie  32 1979
Ken Clay  32 1978
53. Gil Patterson  29 1977
54. Ken Clay  28 1979
Don Gullett  28 1978
55. Cecil Upshaw  27 1974
Gary Waslewski  27 1970
56. Grant Jackson  25 1976
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