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Have you ever been sitting around wondering exactly who ranks in the top 10 in doubles in a single season in Yankee history?  Maybe, you're wondering what player had the most hits in a single season during the 70s (Thurman Munson - 190 in 1975.) 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 pitching leaders.

Updated through 2013 regular season
Bold Face indicates a current Yankee

Offensive categories:
Hits | Doubles | Triples | Home Runs | Runs | RBI | Stolen Bases
Batting Average | Slugging Percentage | On-Base Percentage | OPS | HR Pct.
Games Played | At-Bats | Walks | Hit-By-Pitch | Sacrifice Hits (Bunts) | Sacrifice Flies

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Wins | Strikeouts | ERA | Saves | Innings Pitched | Appearances | Games Started
Complete Games | Shutouts | WHIP | Strikeouts per 9 IP | Walks per 9 IP

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  Player Batting Avg.
(Min. 450 AB)
Year
1. Joe DiMaggio .357 1941
2. Joe DiMaggio .352 1940
3. Joe Gordon .322 1942
4. Joe DiMaggio .320 1948
5. Snuffy Stirnweiss .319 1944
6. Joe DiMaggio .315 1947
7. Snuffy Stirnweiss .309 1945
8. Tommy Henrich .308 1948
9. Phil Rizzuto .307 1941
10. Joe DiMaggio .305 1942
11. Yogi Berra .305 1948
12. George McQuinn .304 1947
13. Johnny Lindell .300 1944
14. Charlie Keller .298 1941
15. Nick Etten .293 1944
16. Charlie Keller .292 1942
17. Joe DiMaggio .290 1946
18. Tommy Henrich .287 1947
19. Charlie Keller .286 1940
20. Billy Johnson .285 1947
21. Nick Etten .285 1945
22. Buddy Hassett .284 1942
23. Phil Rizzuto .284 1942
24. Joe Gordon .281 1940
25. Billy Johnson .280 1943
26. Tommy Henrich .277 1941
27. Joe Gordon .276 1941
28. Phil Rizzuto .275 1949
29. Johnny Lindell .275 1947
30. Charlie Keller .275 1946
31. Phil Rizzuto .273 1947
32. Charlie Keller .271 1943
33. Nick Etten .271 1943
34. Tommy Henrich .267 1942
35. Oscar Grimes .265 1945
36. Babe Dahlgren .264 1940
37. Red Rolfe .264 1941
38. Phil Rizzuto .257 1946
39. Snuffy Stirnweiss .256 1947
40. Snuffy Stirnweiss .252 1948
41. Phil Rizzuto .252 1948
42. Tommy Henrich .251 1946
43. Snuffy Stirnweiss .251 1946
44. Red Rolfe .250 1940
45. Joe Gordon .249 1943
46. Bud Metheny .248 1945
47. Bud Metheny .239 1944
48. Johnny Sturm .239 1941
49. Frankie Crosetti .194 1940
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