As of the 2009 season, Bernie Williams was the last New York Yankee to win the American League batting tiitle with a .339 average in 1998.
Through the 2009 season, that was Bernie Williams with .339 in the 1998 season.
As of the 2008 season, that would be Bernie Williams who batted .339 in 1998.
Centerfielder Brett Gardner was the last New York Yankee to hit an in-the-park homerun at the new Yankee Stadium.
On August 2, 2009, Melky Cabrera became the last Yankee to hit for the cycle.
Through the 2008 season, that is Alex Rodriguez who won the AL (and MLB) RBI title with 156 in 2007. Prior to Rodriguez, Don Mattingly was the last Yankee to win an RBI title with 145 in 1985.
No pitcher has ever won a batting title.
The last New York Yankee farm team that Mickey Mantle played with was the Yankee club in Kansas City. In August of 1950, the Yankees called him up from there to join the club.
David Cone was the last New York Yankee to pitch a no-hitter, which was also a perfect game. He accomplished this on July 18, 1999 versus the Montreal Expos.
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.
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