Alfonso Soriano. Through the 2009 season, the most strikeouts by a Yankees batter in a season is 157 by Alfonso Soriano in 2002.
The record between the Red Sox and the Yankees in the 2013 regular season was such that the Yankees won the season with a score of 13-5. Red Sox finished last.
The 1998 Yankees ended the regular season with a record of 114-48.
The 2010 Yankees record was 95-67.
The Yankees finished the 2009 season with a record of 103-59.
The New York Yankees win/loss record for the 2009 season was 103-59.
The Yankees record in 2007 was 94-68.
In the strike shortened 1994 season, the Yankees record was 70-43.
The most games won in a regular season by the Yankees was 114 games. In the 1998 season the Yankees record was 114-48.
The Yankees won 114 regular season games in 1998.
The Yankees regular season record for 2006 was 97-65. The Yankees went 1-3 in the postseason.
After beating the Chicago White sox on September 4. 1998 the New York Yankees had a record of 100 - 38. The Yankees finished the regular season with a 114-48 record
The 1956 team had the worst overall record in Yankees history. This was followed by the 1972 team.
counting post season play the Yankees hold that record with 125 wins in 1998Yankees 106
Lou Gehrig of the New York Yankees holds American League record for RBIs in a single season with 184 in 1931.
As of the 2010 season, the Yankees team record for strikeouts by a pitcher in a season is 248 by Ron Guidry in 1978.
The franchise record for wins in a season is 41 by Jack Chesbro in 1904.
The 1998 Yankees won a then-record 114 games in the regular season. Including the playoffs, the team won a major-league record 125 games.
During the 2010 regular season, the Yankees had a 4-4record against the Texas Rangers.
As of the end of the 2012 season, the Yankees all-time franchise record is 9,862-7,493.
The Yankees went 114-48 in 1998 which is a franchise record
The Yankees record in 2000 was 87-74.
The New York Yankees win-loss record for May, 2007 was 13 - 15. The Yankees were 9-14 in April. The Yankees finished the first half of the season with a record of 43-43. The second half they were 51 -25.