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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 2015 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

Filter by Decade:
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Walks per 9 IP is how many walks a pitcher averaged for every 9 innings pitched.  The number in parenthesis is the total amount of innings pitched they threw as a Yankee.
  Player Walks per 9 IP
(Min. 25 IP)
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