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1998 New York Yankees season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1998 New York Yankees
1998 AL East Champions
1998 AL Champions
1998 World Series Champions
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record114–48 (.704)
Divisional place1st
Other information
Owner(s)George Steinbrenner
General manager(s)Brian Cashman
Manager(s)Joe Torre
Local televisionWPIX
(Bobby Murcer, Tommy John)
MSG
(Ken Singleton, Jim Kaat, Al Trautwig, Suzyn Waldman)
Local radioWABC (AM)
(John Sterling, Michael Kay)
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The New York Yankees' 1998 season was the 96th season for the Yankees. The team finished with a franchise record regular-season standing of 114–48. These Yankees set an American League record for wins in a season, a record that would stand until 2001, when the Seattle Mariners won 116 games in the regular season against 46 losses (the Yankees still hold the record for most regular season wins by a team that won the World Series). New York was managed by Joe Torre. The Yankees played at Yankee Stadium in which they celebrated the stadium's 75th Anniversary.

In the postseason, they swept the Texas Rangers in the American League Division Series, won the American League pennant by beating the Cleveland Indians four games to two in the American League Championship Series, and swept the San Diego Padres to capture their 24th World Series. Including the playoffs, the 1998 Yankees won a total of 125 games against 50 losses, an MLB record. In rankings in 2014 and 2016, they were considered to be the fourth or fifth greatest team in baseball history.[1][2]

Offseason transactions

Season standings

AL East W L Pct. GB Home Road
New York Yankees 114 48 0.704 62–19 52–29
Boston Red Sox 92 70 0.568 22 51–30 41–40
Toronto Blue Jays 88 74 0.543 26 51–30 37–44
Baltimore Orioles 79 83 0.488 35 42–39 37–44
Tampa Bay Devil Rays 63 99 0.389 51 33–48 30–51

Record vs. opponents


Sources: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14]
Team ANA BAL BOS CWS CLE DET KC MIN NYY OAK SEA TB TEX TOR NL 
Anaheim 5–6 6–5 5–6 4–7 8–3 6–5 6–5 6–5 5–7 9–3 6–5 5–7 4–7 10–6
Baltimore 6–5 6–6 2–9 5–6 10–1 5–6 7–3 3–9 8–3 6–5 5–7 6–5 5–7 5–11
Boston 5–6 6–6 5–6 8–3 5–5 8–3 5–6 5–7 9–2 7–4 9–3 6–5 5–7 9–7
Chicago 6–5 9–2 6–5 6–6 6–6 8–4 6–6 4–7 4–7 4–7 5–6 5–6 4–6–1 7–9
Cleveland 7–4 6–5 3–8 6–6 9–3 8–4 6–6 4–7 3–8 9–2 7–3 4–7 7–4 10–6
Detroit 3–8 1–10 5–5 6–6 3–9 6–6 8–4 3–8 7–4 3–8 5–6 3–8 5–6 7–9
Kansas City 5–6 6–5 3–8 4–8 4–8 6–6 7–5 0–10 7–4 4–6 8–3 3–8 6–5 9–7
Minnesota 5–6 3–7 6–5 6–6 6–6 4–8 5–7 4–7 4–7 2–9 7–4 7–4 4–7 7–9
New York 5–6 9–3 7–5 7–4 7–4 8–3 10–0 7–4 8–3 8–3 11–1 8–3 6–6 13–3
Oakland 7–5 3–8 2–9 7–4 8–3 4–7 4–7 7–4 3–8 5–7 5–6 6–6 5–6 8–8
Seattle 3–9 5–6 4–7 7–4 2–9 8–3 6–4 9–2 3–8 7–5 6–5 5–7 4–7 7–9
Tampa Bay 5–6 7–5 3–9 6–5 3–7 6–5 3–8 4–7 1–11 6–5 5–6 4–7 5–7 5–11
Texas 7–5 5–6 5–6 6–5 7–4 8–3 8–3 4–7 3–8 6–6 7–5 7–4 7–4 8–8
Toronto 7–4 7–5 7–5 6–4–1 4–7 6–5 5–6 7–4 6–6 6–5 7–4 7–5 4–7 9–7


Detailed records

Roster

1998 New York Yankees
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Designated Hitter

Manager

Coaches

Game log

Legend
   Yankees Win
   Yankees Loss
   Game Postponed
1998 Regular Season (114–48) Home: 62–19 Away: 52–29 Game Log
April (17–6) Home: 9–1 Away: 8–5
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 April 1 @ Angels 1–4 Finley (1–0) Pettitte (0–1) Percival (1) 43,311 0–1
2 April 2 @ Angels 2–10 Hill (1–0) Wells (0–1) 29,899 0–2
3 April 4 @ Athletics 3–7 Haynes Cone (0–1) 17,118 0–3
4 April 5 @ Athletics 9–7 10 Nelson (1–0) Mohler 18,109 1–3
5 April 6 @ Mariners 0–8 Moyer Pettitte (0–2) 27,445 1–4
6 April 7 @ Mariners 13–7 Wells (1–1) Bullinger 28,424 2–4
7 April 8 @ Mariners 4–3 Lloyd (1–0) Ayala Stanton (1) 33,922 3–4
8 April 10 Athletics 17–13 Buddie (1–0) Dougherty 56,717 4–4
9 April 11 Athletics 3–1 Pettitte (1–2) Candiotti Stanton (2) 33,238 5–4
10 April 12 Athletics 7–5 Buddie (2–0) Mathews Stanton (3) 27,057 6–4
-- April 13 Angels Postponed (stadium structural problems); rescheduled for August 24
-- April 14 Angels Postponed (stadium structural problems); rescheduled for August 26
11 April 15 Angels (at Shea Stadium in Flushing, NY) 6–3 Wells (2–1) Hill (2–1) Nelson (1) 40,743 7–4
12 April 17 @ Tigers 11–2 Pettitte (2–2) Thompson 12,348 8–4
13 April 18 @ Tigers 8–3 Cone (1–1) Keagle 13,803 9–4
14 April 19 @ Tigers 1–2 Moehler Holmes (0–1) Jones 12,568 9–5
15 April 20 @ Blue Jays 3–2 11 Banks (1–0) Risley Stanton (4) 26,385 10–5
16 April 21 @ Blue Jays 5–3 10 Stanton (1–0) Plesac 27,192 11–5
17 April 22 @ Blue Jays 9–1 Pettitte (3–2) Clemens 29,164 12–5
18 April 24 Tigers 8–4 Cone (2–1) Keagle 26,173 13–5
19 April 25 Tigers 5–4 Wells (3–1) Runyan Rivera (1) 33,196 14–5
20 April 27 Blue Jays 1–0 Pettitte (4–2) Clemens Rivera (2) 17,863 15–5
21 April 28 Blue Jays 2–5 Williams Mendoza (0–1) Myers 18,727 15–6
22 April 29 Mariners 8–5 Cone (3–1) Fassero Rivera (3) 27,949 16–6
23 April 30 Mariners 9–8 10 Rivera (1–0) Ayala 28,517 17–6
May (20–7) Home: 9–4 Away: 11–3
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
24 May 1 @ Royals 2–1 Irabu (1–0) Rapp Rivera (4) 19,002 18–6
25 May 2 @ Royals 12–6 Pettitte (5–2) Haney 22,743 19–6
26 May 3 @ Royals 10–1 Mendoza (1–1) Belcher 22,609 20–6
27 May 5 @ Rangers 7–2 Cone (4–1) Burkett 31,693 21–6
28 May 6 @ Rangers 15–13 Stanton (2–0) Patterson Rivera (5) 33,274 22–6
29 May 8 @ Twins 5–1 Irabu (2–0) Radke Nelson (2) 22,612 23–6
30 May 9 @ Twins 1–8 Morgan Pettitte (5–3) 20,471 23–7
31 May 10 @ Twins 7–0 Mendoza (2–1) Milton 12,444 24–7
32 May 12 Royals 3–2 Wells (4–1) Rusch Rivera (6) 16,606 25–7
33 May 13 Rangers 8–6 Cone (5–1) Helling Rivera (7) 23,142 26–7
34 May 14 Rangers 5–7 13 Patterson Banks (1–1) Wetteland 20,694 26–8
35 May 15 Twins 6–7 Milton Pettitte (5–4) Aguilera 31,272 26–9
36 May 16 Twins 5–2 Mendoza (3–1) Tewksbury Rivera (8) 35,137 27–9
37 May 17 Twins 4–0 Wells (5–1) Hawkins 49,820 28–9
38 May 19 Orioles 9–5 Stanton (3–0) Charlton 31,311 29–9
39 May 20 Orioles 9–6 Irabu (3–0) Key 32,449 30–9
40 May 21 Orioles 3–1 Pettitte (6–4) Erickson Rivera (9) 34,588 31–9
41 May 22 @ Red Sox 4–5 Wakefield Nelson (1–1) Gordon 33,605 31–10
42 May 23 @ Red Sox 12–3 Wells (6–1) Lowe 33,120 32–10
43 May 24 @ Red Sox 14–4 Cone (6–1) Saberhagen 33,042 33–10
44 May 25 @ White Sox 12–0 Irabu (4–0) Navarro 19,812 34–10
45 May 26 @ White Sox 7–5 Nelson (2–1) Foulke Rivera (10) 14,596 35–10
46 May 27 @ White Sox 9–12 Simas Nelson (2–2) Karchner 15,232 35–11
47 May 28 Red Sox 8–3 Wells (7–1) Wakefield Stanton (5) 42,182 36–11
48 May 29 Red Sox 6–2 Cone (7–1) Lowe 47,160 37–11
49 May 30 Red Sox 2–3 Saberhagen Irabu (4–1) Gordon 55,191 37–12
50 May 31 Red Sox 7–13 Martinez Pettitte (6–5) 55,711 37–13
June (19–7) Home: 10–1 Away: 9–6
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
51 June 1 White Sox 5–4 10 Nelson (3–2) Karchner 19,131 38–13
52 June 2 White Sox 6–3 Wells (8–1) Sirotka Rivera (11) 22,599 39–13
53 June 3 Devil Rays 7–1 Hernandez (1–0) Saunders 27,291 40–13
54 June 4 Devil Rays 6–1 Irabu (5–1) Springer 22,759 41–13
55 June 5 Marlins 5–1 Pettitte (7–5) Fontenot 28,085 42–13
56 June 6 Marlins 4–2 Mendoza (4–1) Sanchez Rivera (12) 36,419 43–13
57 June 7 Marlins 4–1 Cone (8–1) Dempster 47,731 44–13
58 June 9 @ Expos 11–1 Hernandez (2–0) Perez 16,238 45–13
59 June 10 @ Expos 6–2 Irabu (6–1) Hermanson 14,335 46–13
60 June 11 @ Expos 5–7 Valdes Nelson (3–3) Urbina 16,036 46–14
61 June 14 Indians 4–2 Cone (9–1) Wright Rivera (13) 42,949 47–14
62 June 15 @ Orioles 4–7 Erickson Wells (8–2) Orosco 48,022 47–15
63 June 16 @ Orioles 0–2 Ponson Irabu (6–2) Rhodes 48,027 47–16
64 June 17 @ Orioles 5–3 Pettitte (8–5) Mussina Rivera (14) 48,269 48–16
65 June 18 @ Indians 5–2 Nelson (4–3) Assenmacher Rivera (15) 43,096 49–16
66 June 19 @ Indians 4–7 Wright Cone (9–2) Jackson 43,180 49–17
67 June 20 @ Indians 5–3 Wells (9–2) Burba Rivera (16) 43,259 50–17
68 June 21 @ Indians 0–11 Colon Irabu (6–3) 43,104 50–18
69 June 22 Braves 6–4 Nelson (5–3) Martinez Rivera (17) 53,316 51–18
70 June 23 Braves 2–7 Glavine Hernandez (2–1) 54,775 51–19
71 June 24 @ Braves 10–6 Cone (10–2) Millwood Rivera (18) 48,980 52–19
72 June 25 @ Braves 6–0 Wells (10–2) Neagle 49,052 53–19
73 June 26 @ Mets 8–4 Mendoza (5–1) Leiter Rivera (19) 53,404 54–19
74 June 27 @ Mets 7–2 Pettitte (9–5) Jones 53,587 55–19
75 June 28 @ Mets 1–2 Cook Mendoza (5–2) 53,749 55–20
76 June 30 Phillies 9–2 Cone (11–2) Loewer 29,087 56–20
July (20–7) Home: 10–2 Away: 10–5
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
77 July 1 Phillies 5–2 Wells (11–2) Beech Rivera (20) 28,919 57–20
78 July 2 Phillies 9–8 11 Buddie (3–0) Spradlin 31,259 58–20
79 July 3 Orioles 3–2 Pettitte (10–5) Orosco 43,328 59–20
80 July 4 Orioles 4–3 Hernandez (3–1) Drabek Rivera (21) 37,390 60–20
81 July 5 Orioles 1–0 Cone (12–2) Erickson Rivera (22) 52,506 61–20
82 July 9 @ Devil Rays 2–0 Pettitte (11–5) Rekar Rivera (23) 38,386 62–20
83 July 10 @ Devil Rays 8–4 Irabu (7–3) Alvarez Mendoza (1) 40,363 63–20
84 July 11 @ Devil Rays 2–0 Cone (13–2) Arrojo Rivera (24) 44,589 64–20
85 July 12 @ Devil Rays 9–2 Stanton (4–0) Hernandez 43,373 65–20
86 July 13 @ Indians 1–4 Wright Hernandez (3–2) Jackson 43,177 65–21
87 July 14 @ Indians 7–1 Pettitte (12–5) Burba 43,164 66–21
88 July 15 @ Tigers 11–0 Irabu (8–3) Greisinger 19,868 67–21
89 July 16 @ Tigers 1–3 Moehler Cone (13–3) Jones 21,336 67–22
90 July 17 @ Blue Jays 6–9 Clemens Holmes (0–2) Myers 39,172 67–23
91 July 18 @ Blue Jays 10–3 Hernandez (4–2) Guzman 48,123 68–23
92 July 19 @ Blue Jays 3–9 Williams Pettitte (12–6) 42,176 68–24
93 July 20 Tigers 3–4 17 Sager Holmes (0–3) 0 68–25
94 July 20 Tigers 4–3 Irabu (9–3) Florie Rivera (25) 36,285 69–25
95 July 21 Tigers 5–1 Cone (14–3) Moehler 35,980 70–25
96 July 22 Tigers 13–2 Hernandez (5–2) Powell Holmes (1) 49,029 71–25
97 July 24 White Sox 5–4 Pettitte (13–6) Ward Rivera (26) 44,264 72–25
98 July 25 White Sox 2–6 Sirotka Irabu (9–4) Simas 55,638 72–26
99 July 26 White Sox 6–3 Wells (12–2) Navarro Rivera (27) 51,865 73–26
100 July 28 @ Angels 9–3 Cone (15–3) Dickson (9–8) 36,241 74–26
101 July 29 @ Angels 5–10 Sparks (4–2) Hernández (5–3) 38,829 74–27
102 July 30 @ Angels 3–0 (10) Mendoza (6–2) DeLucia (1–4) Rivera (28) 42,915 75–27
103 July 31 @ Mariners 5–3 Irabu (10–4) Fassero Rivera (29) 43,837 76–27
August (22–10) Home: 14–5 Away: 8–5
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
104 August 1 @ Mariners 5–2 Wells (13–2) Moyer 53,840 77–27
105 August 2 @ Mariners 3–6 Wells Cone (15–4) Timlin 47,872 77–28
106 August 3 @ Athletics 14–1 Hernandez (6–3) Oquist 18,209 78–28
107 August 4 @ Athletics 10–4 Mendoza (7–2) Witasick Stanton (6) 0 79–28
108 August 4 @ Athletics 10–5 Lloyd (2–0) Taylor 23,357 80–28
109 August 5 @ Athletics 1–3 Candiotti Irabu (10–5) 22,458 80–29
110 August 7 Royals 8–2 Cone (16–4) Rapp 14,425 81–29
111 August 7 Royals 14–2 Wells (15–2) Haney 37,988 82–29
112 August 8 Royals 14–1 Hernandez (7–3) Rusch 45,975 83–29
113 August 9 Royals 5–4 Mendoza (8–2) Service Rivera (30) 55,911 84–29
114 August 10 Twins 7–3 Irabu (11–5) Rodriguez 29,600 85–29
115 August 11 Twins 7–0 Wells (16–2) Milton 37,413 86–29
116 August 12 Twins 11–2 Cone (17–4) Hawkins 47,841 87–29
117 August 13 Rangers 2–0 Hernandez (8–3) Helling Rivera (31) 53,835 88–29
118 August 14 Rangers 6–4 Pettitte (14–6) Sele Rivera (32) 46,547 89–29
119 August 15 Rangers 5–16 Stottlemyre Irabu (11–6) 53,117 89–30
120 August 16 Rangers 6–5 Rivera (2–0) Hernandez 50,304 90–30
121 August 17 @ Royals 7–1 Cone (18–4) Rosado 27,895 91–30
122 August 18 @ Royals 3–2 13 Borowski Whisenant 26,259 92–30
123 August 19 @ Twins 3–5 Serafini Pettitte (14–7) Aguilera 17,923 92–31
124 August 20 @ Twins 4–9 Rodriguez Buddie (3–1) 18,548 92–32
125 August 21 @ Rangers 5–0 Wells (17–2) Loaiza 45,841 93–32
126 August 22 @ Rangers 12–9 Bradley (1–0) Hernandez Rivera (33) 46,483 94–32
127 August 23 @ Rangers 10–12 Helling Hernandez (8–4) Wetteland 37,284 94–33
128 August 24 Angels 3–7 McDowell (3–2) Pettitte (14–8) 19,297 94–34
129 August 25 Angels 6–7 Watson (6–7) Stanton (4–1) Percival (36) 30,422 94–35
130[permanent dead link] August 26 Angels 4–6 Juden (1–2) Bradley (1–1) Percival (37) 20,077 94–36
131[permanent dead link] August 26 Angels 7–6 Rivera (3–0) Fetters (2–7) 28,837 95–36
132 August 27 Angels 6–5 (11) Tessmer (1–0) Fetters (2–8) 29,213 96–36
133 August 28 Mariners 10–3 Hernandez (9–4) Spoljaric 49,789 97–36
134 August 29 Mariners 11–6 Pettitte (15–8) Cloude 55,146 98–36
135 August 30 Mariners 3–13 Swift Irabu (11–7) 55,341 98–37
September (16–11) Home: 10–6 Away: 6–6
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
136 September 1 Athletics 7–0 Wells (18–2) Candiotti 29,632 99–37
137 September 2 Athletics 0–2 Heredia Cone (18–5) Taylor 30,332 99–38
138 September 4 @ White Sox 11–6 Lloyd (3–0) Bradford 19,876 100–38
139 September 5 @ White Sox 5–9 Abbott Pettitte (15–9) 33,092 100–39
140 September 6 @ White Sox 5–6 Baldwin Irabu (11–8) Howry 24,498 100–40
141 September 7 @ Red Sox 3–4 Swindell Wells (18–3) Gordon 32,106 100–41
142 September 8 @ Red Sox 3–2 Cone (19–5) Martinez Rivera (34) 33,409 101–41
143 September 9 @ Red Sox 7–5 Mendoza (9–2) Wakefield Rivera (35) 32,942 102–41
144 September 10 Blue Jays 8–5 Pettitte (16–9) Hentgen Holmes (2) 25,881 103–41
145 September 11 Blue Jays 4–5 Almanzar Irabu (11–9) Person 35,856 103–42
146 September 12 Blue Jays 3–5 Carpenter Wells (18–4) Person 48,752 103–43
147 September 13 Blue Jays 3–5 Escobar Cone (19–6) Person 47,471 103–44
148 September 14 Red Sox 3–0 Hernandez (10–4) Martinez 42,735 104–44
149 September 15 Red Sox 4–9 Wakefield Jerzembeck (0–1) 43,218 104–45
150 September 16 @ Devil Rays 0–7 Saunders Pettitte (16–10) 38,862 104–46
151 September 17 @ Devil Rays 4–0 Irabu (12–9) Santana 38,820 105–46
152 September 18 @ Orioles 15–5 Wells (19–4) Guzman 48,113 106–46
153 September 19 @ Orioles 3–5 Ponson Cone (19–7) Mills 48,044 106–47
154 September 20 @ Orioles 5–4 Hernandez (11–4) Johns Rivera (36) 48,013 107–47
155 September 21 Indians 1–4 Nagy Pettitte (16–11) Shuey 21,449 107–48
156 September 22 Indians 10–4 Mendoza (10–2) Burba 14,840 108–48
157 September 22 Indians 5–1 Irabu (13–9) Ogea 32,315 109–48
158 September 23 Indians 8–4 Bradley (2–1) Jacome 32,367 110–48
159 September 24 Devil Rays 5–2 Buddie (4–1) Alvarez Nelson (3) 24,555 111–48
160 September 25 Devil Rays 6–1 Hernandez (12–4) Eiland 32,447 112–48
161 September 26 Devil Rays 3–1 Cone (20–7) Wade 41,150 113–48
162 September 27 Devil Rays 8–3 Bruske (1–0) White 49,608 114–48

Postseason Game log

Legend
  Yankees Win
  Yankees Loss
  Game Postponed


1998 Postseason (11–2) Game Log
ALDS vs Rangers (3–0)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 September 29 Rangers 2–0 Wells (1–0) Stottlemyre (0–1) Rivera (1) 57,362 1–0
2 September 30 Rangers 3–1 Pettitte (1–0) Helling (0–1) Rivera (2) 57,360 2–0
3 October 2 @ Rangers 4–0 Cone (1–0) Sele (0–1) 49,450 3–0
ALCS vs Indians (4–2)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 October 6 Indians 7–2 Wells (2–0) Wright (0–2) 57,138 1–0
2 October 7 Indians 1–4 Burba (2–0) Nelson (0–1) Jackson (4) 57,128 1–1
3 October 9 @ Indians 1–6 Colon (1–0) Pettitte (1–1) 44,904 1–2
4 October 10 @ Indians 4–0 Hernandez (1–0) Gooden (0–1) 44,981 2–2
5 October 11 @ Indians 5–3 Wells (3–0) Ogea (0–1) Rivera (3) 44,966 3–2
6 October 13 Indians 9–5 Cone (2–0) Nagy (1–1) 57,142 4–2
WS vs Padres (4–0)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 October 17 Padres 9–6 Wells (4–0) Wall (0–1) Rivera (4) 56,712 1–0
2 October 18 Padres 9–3 Hernandez (2–0) Ashby (0–1) 56,692 2–0
3 October 20 @ Padres 5–4 Mendoza (1–0) Hoffman (1–1) Rivera (5) 64,667 3–0
4 October 21 @ Padres 3–0 Pettitte (2–1) Brown (2–2) Rivera (6) 65,427 4–0

Player stats

= Indicates team leader

Batting

Note: G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in

Pos Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI
C Jorge Posada 111 358 96 .268 17 63
1B Tino Martinez 142 531 149 .281 28 123
2B Chuck Knoblauch 150 603 160 .265 17 64
3B Scott Brosius 152 530 159 .300 19 98
SS Derek Jeter 149 626 203 .324 19 84
LF Chad Curtis 151 456 111 .243 10 56
CF Bernie Williams 128 499 169 .339 26 97
RF Paul O'Neill 152 602 191 .317 24 116
DH Darryl Strawberry 101 295 73 .247 24 57

Other batters

Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI
Tim Raines 109 321 93 .290 5 47
Joe Girardi 78 254 70 .276 3 31
Luis Sojo 54 147 34 .231 0 14
Chili Davis 35 103 30 .291 3 9
Ricky Ledée 42 79 19 .241 1 12
Homer Bush 45 71 27 .380 1 5
Shane Spencer 27 67 25 .373 10 27
Dale Sveum 30 58 9 .155 0 3
Mike Lowell 8 15 4 .267 0 0
Mike Figga 1 4 1 .250 0 0

Starting pitchers

Player G IP W L ERA SO
Orlando Hernández 21 141.0 12 4 3.13 131
David Wells 30 214.3 18 4 3.49 163
David Cone 31 207.7 20 7 3.55 209
Hideki Irabu 29 173.0 13 9 4.06 129
Andy Pettitte 33 216.3 16 11 4.24 146

Relief pitchers

Player G IP W L SV ERA SO
Mariano Rivera 54 61.1 3 0 36 1.91 36
Mike Stanton 67 79.0 4 1 6 5.47 69
Graeme Lloyd 50 37.2 3 0 0 1.67 20
Jeff Nelson 45 40.1 5 3 3 3.79 35

Other pitchers

Player G IP W L SV ERA SO
Ramiro Mendoza 41 130.1 10 2 1 3.25 56
Mike Buddie 24 41.2 4 1 0 5.62 20
Willie Banks 9 14.1 1 1 0 10.05 8
Ryan Bradley 5 12.2 2 1 0 5.68 13
Joe Borowski 8 9.2 1 0 0 6.52 7
Jim Bruske 3 9.0 1 0 0 3.00 3
Jay Tessmer 7 8.2 1 0 0 3.12 6
Mike Jerzembeck 3 6.1 0 1 0 12.79 1
Todd Erdos 2 2.0 0 0 0 9.00 0

ALDS

Game 1

September 29 at Yankee Stadium (New York Yankees)

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Texas 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0
New York 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 X 2 6 0
WP: David Wells (1-0)   LP: Todd Stottlemyre (0-1)   Sv: Mariano Rivera (1)

Game 2

September 30 at Yankee Stadium (New York Yankees)

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Texas 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 5 0
New York 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 X 3 8 0
WP: Andy Pettitte (1-0)   LP: Rick Helling (0-1)   Sv: Mariano Rivera (2)
Home runs:
TEX: None
NYY: Shane Spencer, Scott Brosius

Game 3

October 2 at The Ballpark in Arlington (Texas Rangers)

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
New York 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 9 1
Texas 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1
WP: David Cone (1-0)   LP: Aaron Sele (0-1)
Home runs:
NYY: Shane Spencer, Paul O'Neill
TEX: None

ALCS

New York wins the series, 4-2

Game Home Score Visitor Score Date Series
1 New York 7 Cleveland 2 October 6 1-0 (NYY)
2 New York 1 Cleveland 4 October 7 1-1
3 Cleveland 6 New York 1 October 9 2-1 (CLE)
4 Cleveland 0 New York 4 October 10 2-2
5 Cleveland 3 New York 5 October 11 3-2 (NYY)
6 New York 9 Cleveland 5 October 13 4-2 (NYY)

World Series

Game 1

October 17, 1998, at Yankee Stadium in New York

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
San Diego 0 0 2 0 3 0 0 1 0 6 8 1
New York 0 2 0 0 0 0 7 0 X 9 9 1
WP: David Wells (1-0)   LP: Donne Wall (0-1)   Sv: Mariano Rivera (1)
Home runs:
SD: Greg Vaughn 2 (2), Tony Gwynn (1)
NYY: Chuck Knoblauch (1), Tino Martinez (1)

Game 2

October 18, 1998, at Yankee Stadium in New York

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
San Diego 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 3 10 1
New York 3 3 1 0 2 0 0 0 X 9 16 0
WP: Orlando Hernández (1-0)   LP: Andy Ashby (0-1)
Home runs:
SD: None
NYY: Bernie Williams (1), Jorge Posada (1)

Game 3

October 20, 1998, at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
New York 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 5 9 1
San Diego 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 4 7 1
WP: Ramiro Mendoza (1-0)   LP: Trevor Hoffman (0-1)   Sv: Mariano Rivera (2)
Home runs:
NYY: Scott Brosius 2 (2)
SD: None

Game 4

October 21, 1998, at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
New York 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 3 9 0
San Diego 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0
WP: Andy Pettitte (1-0)   LP: Kevin Brown (0-1)   Sv: Mariano Rivera (3)

Awards and honors

All-Star Game

Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Columbus Clippers International League Stump Merrill
AA Norwich Navigators Eastern League Trey Hillman
A Tampa Yankees Florida State League Lee Mazzilli
A Greensboro Bats South Atlantic League Tom Nieto
A-Short Season Oneonta Yankees New York–Penn League Joe Arnold
Rookie GCL Yankees Gulf Coast League Ken Dominguez

LEAGUE CO-CHAMPIONS: Oneonta[17]

References

  1. ^ Reuter, Joel (March 19, 2014). "Bleacher Report's Official Rankings of the 50 Greatest Teams in MLB History". Bleacher Report. Retrieved May 18, 2020.
  2. ^ Fischer-Baum, Reuben (May 9, 2016). "The Best MLB Teams Of All-Time, According To Elo". Retrieved May 18, 2020.
  3. ^ Charlie Hayes Statistics Baseball-Reference.com
  4. ^ "Luis Sojo Stats".
  5. ^ Scott Brosius Statistics Baseball-Reference.com
  6. ^ a b "Dale Sveum Stats".
  7. ^ Chili Davis Statistics Baseball-Reference.com
  8. ^ Darryl Strawberry Statistics Baseball-Reference.com
  9. ^ Tim Raines Statistics Baseball-Reference.com
  10. ^ a b "Doug Linton Stats".
  11. ^ Chuck Knoblauch Statistics Baseball-Reference.com
  12. ^ Mark Prior Statistics Baseball-Reference.com
  13. ^ "Drew Henson Stats".
  14. ^ Ken Huckaby Statistics Baseball-Reference.com
  15. ^ Alfonso Soriano Statistics Baseball-Reference.com
  16. ^ "Hutch Award | Baseball Almanac".
  17. ^ Johnson, Lloyd, and Wolff, Miles, ed., The Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball, 3rd edition. Durham, North Carolina: Baseball America, 2007
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