The Yankees didn't win the World Series in 1964
Mel Stottlemyre lost the most games as a New York Yankees pitcher. Mel lost 139 games from 1964-1974.
Yankees losing streakIn 1913, the Yankees had a streak of thirteen losses and one tie. > two losses to the Browns > a tie and a loss against the Red Sox > four losses to the Athletics > two losses to the Red Sox > four losses to the Indians. The Yankees snapped their skid with a win over the White Sox.
Mel Stottlemyre has the most losses in Yankees history with 139.
It was the New York Yankees with 13 losses.
In 2009 the Yankees went 103-59.
Yogi Berra did manage the Yankees. 1964, 1984-1985 - as New York Yankees manager .
What is the value of a 1964 new York Yankees offical spring guidebook-program. Copyright 1964 by schabo publications inc
Since 1901 when the franchise started, through 2012, the New York Yankees have 9,862 wins, and 7,493 losses.
The Yankees win loss record was 89 wins 73 losses in 2008, with an in conference record of 40 wins 32 losses.
In 1995, the Yankees had a 79-65 record.
Since the Franchise began in 1901 as the Baltimore Orioles, the New York Yankees all time record is 9,575 wins 7,294 losses.
Mel Stottlemyre wore #30 for the Yankees between 1964-1974.
The 1998 New York Yankees had 114 wins - 48 losses .704 winning percentage in a 162 game schedule, The 1927 Yankees had 110 wins 44 losses .714 winning percentage in a 155 game schedule.
The Columbus Confederate Yankees were a New York Yankees minor league affiliated AA team that played in Columbus, Georgia from 1964-1966.
CBS purchased the Yankees from Del Webb and Dan Topping after the 1964 season.
The 2009 New York Yankees won 103 games and lost 59
The 1998 New York Yankees had 114 wins, 48 losses for a .704 winning percentage.
CBS bought 80% of the Yankees after the 1964 season for $11.2 million.
The 2002 New York Yankees had 103 wins, 58 losses for a .640 winning percentage.
102-56 (game in progress tied 3-3)
In 2009, the Red Sox had 9 wins, and 9 losses against the Yankees.
That was Johnny Keane who managed the 1964 Cardinals against the Yankees in the World Series. Keene lasted one season (1965) and 20 games into the second season (1966) with the Yankees before being replaced by Houk.