The Yankees last regular season game of 2011 was on September 28th. They lost to the Tampa Bay Rays, 8-7.
It was in 1992. The Yankees finished the season with a 76-86 record (.469 win/loss percentage).
In the 2009 New York Yankees season, Melky Cabrera hit for the cycle.
The Yankees made it to the playoffs this past 2012 season. They made it to the ALCS but lost to the Detroit Tigers.
The last losing season was 2003 (6-10); however, they were 8-8 in 2006.
As of the 2009 season the New york Yankees were the last team to win 100 games, with 103.
The New York Yankees' first title was won in 1923 and their last was won in 2000.
Mike Mussina was the last Yankees pitcher to win 20 games in a season. In 2008, Mike Mussina's record was 20-9.
The New York Yankees last won the World Series in 2009.
The last time the Yankees won their division was in 2011.
The Yankees last World Series appearance was in 2009.
Miller Huggins managed the Yankees in 1929 until his death on September 25th. Art Fletcher managed the last 11 games of the season.
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).
Outfielder Cliff Mapes was the last Yankee to wear the number 3 in 1948. The Yankees then retired the number 3 during the 1948 season in honor of Babe Ruth.
Jim Hunter of the New York Yankees who pitched 30 complete games in 1975.
The Yankees last won the World Series in 2009.
The Yankees last won the World Series on November 4, 2009.
No. Babe Ruth's last season with the Yankees was 1934 and Mickey Mantle's first season with the Yankees was 1951.