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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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  Player Slugging Pct.
(Min. 450 AB)
Year
1. Babe Ruth .732 1930
2. Lou Gehrig .721 1930
3. Lou Gehrig .706 1934
4. Babe Ruth .700 1931
5. Lou Gehrig .696 1936
6. Joe DiMaggio .673 1937
7. Joe DiMaggio .671 1939
8. Lou Gehrig .662 1931
9. Babe Ruth .661 1932
10. Lou Gehrig .643 1937
11. Lou Gehrig .621 1932
12. Lou Gehrig .605 1933
13. Lou Gehrig .583 1935
14. Babe Ruth .582 1933
15. Joe DiMaggio .581 1938
16. Joe DiMaggio .576 1936
17. Bill Dickey .570 1937
18. Bill Dickey .568 1938
19. Lou Gehrig .523 1938
20. Earle Combs .523 1930
21. Bill Dickey .513 1939
22. George Selkirk .511 1936
23. Joe Gordon .506 1939
24. Tony Lazzeri .506 1932
25. Joe Gordon .502 1938
26. Red Rolfe .495 1939
27. Red Rolfe .493 1936
28. Tommy Henrich .490 1938
29. Bill Dickey .490 1933
30. George Selkirk .487 1935
31. Tony Lazzeri .486 1933
32. Ben Chapman .483 1931
33. Ben Chapman .474 1930
34. Ben Chapman .473 1932
35. Tony Lazzeri .462 1930
36. Earle Combs .455 1932
37. Earle Combs .446 1931
38. Bill Dickey .442 1931
39. Tony Lazzeri .441 1936
40. Red Rolfe .441 1938
41. Ben Chapman .437 1933
42. Frankie Crosetti .437 1936
43. Ben Chapman .430 1935
44. Tony Lazzeri .417 1935
45. Lyn Lary .416 1931
46. Ben Chapman .413 1934
47. Red Rolfe .404 1935
48. Tony Lazzeri .401 1931
49. Frankie Crosetti .401 1934
50. Joe Sewell .392 1932
51. Joe Sewell .388 1931
52. Lyn Lary .386 1930
53. Frankie Crosetti .379 1933
54. Red Rolfe .378 1937
55. Babe Dahlgren .377 1939
56. Frankie Crosetti .371 1938
57. Frankie Crosetti .352 1937
58. Frankie Crosetti .332 1939
59. Joe Sewell .323 1933
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