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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

Pitching categories:
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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OPS is On-Base Percentage + Slugging Percentage
  Player On Base Pct. + Slugging Pct.
(Min. 450 AB)
Year
1. Birdie Cree .928 1911
2. Roger Peckinpaugh .794 1919
3. Birdie Cree .775 1910
4. Frank Baker .765 1918
5. Roy Hartzell .763 1911
6. Hal Chase .762 1911
7. Wally Pipp .748 1916
8. Bert Daniels .747 1911
9. Bert Daniels .744 1912
10. Ping Bodie .740 1919
11. Del Pratt .735 1919
12. Frank Baker .734 1919
13. Wally Pipp .728 1919
14. Harry Wolter .725 1910
15. Frank Baker .710 1917
16. Wally Pipp .706 1915
17. Doc Cook .703 1915
18. Wally Pipp .700 1917
19. Fritz Maisel .699 1915
20. John Knight .693 1911
21. Birdie Cree .685 1913
22. Del Pratt .683 1918
23. Doc Cook .681 1914
24. Roger Peckinpaugh .678 1916
25. Hal Chase .677 1910
26. Hal Chase .671 1912
27. Roger Peckinpaugh .670 1917
28. Fritz Maisel .659 1914
29. Duffy Lewis .658 1919
30. Roy Hartzell .653 1913
31. Lee Magee .650 1916
32. Roy Hartzell .643 1914
33. Roger Peckinpaugh .596 1915
34. Roger Peckinpaugh .572 1914
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