The New York Yankees last played in the 2009 World Series beating the Philadelphia Philies for their 27th World Series title.
2003. They defeated the New York Yankees to win their second World Series title.
The 2000 World Series was a rare matchup between the New York Yankees and the New York Mets-- the first crosstown World Series since 1989 and the first for New York since 1956, before the Mets were even created! The Yankees went on to win their 26th World Series title that year; their last in the old stadium.
The New York Yankees last won the World Series in 2009.
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The last Yankees hitter to win an American League batting title was Bernie Williams, who had a .339 average in 1998. Paul O'Neill won a title by hitting .359 during the 1994 season. And Don Mattingly led the A.L. in batting with a .343 average in 1984.
The Yankees last World Series appearance was in 2009.
The last time the Yankees won their division was in 2011.
The New York Yankees last played, and beat the Philadelphia Phillies in the 2009 World Series.
2009 The New York Yankees won the American League Pennant. The Yankees last pennant won before 2009 was in 2003.
2008 was the last time the Yankees missed the playoffs.
The Yankees finished the 2011 season in first place. They clinched their division and they also had the best record in the American League (97-65).