Bernie Williams, who hit six home runs in the 1996 postseason.
Rodriguez's homer was his fifth of this postseason, tying him for second most in Yankees history in a single postseason behind Bernie Williams, who hit six in 1996. http://newyork.yankees.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20091020&content_id=7508478&vkey=news_nyy&fext=.jsp&c_id=nyy
As of 2009, Bernie Williams holds the record for most home runs hit in a single postseason by a New York Yankee with 6, in 1996.
The Yankees regular season record for 2006 was 97-65. The Yankees went 1-3 in the postseason.
The New York Yankees regular season record in 2009 was 103-59. They went 11-4 in the postseason.
The 2010 Yankees regular season record was 95-67. They also went 5-4 in the postseason.
In 1998, the Yankees regular season record was 114-48. They finished the postseason with a record of 11-2.
The Yankees regular season record in 2004 was 101-61. The Yankees also won 6 postseason games in 2004.
Through the 2012 season, the Yankees have made it to the postseason 51 times.
The Yankees made the postseason 35 times prior to 1996.
If they make it, it will be in October.
Through the 2012 season, the Yankees have an all-time record of 1,140-955-14 against the Red Sox. The Yankees are also 11-8 in postseason meetings..
In 1998, the Yankees won 114 regular season games and 11 more in the postseason. The 125 combined wins is a major league record.