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2003 New York Yankees season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2003 New York Yankees
2003 American League Champions
2003 American League East Champions
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record101–61 (.623)
Divisional place1st
Other information
Owner(s)George Steinbrenner
General manager(s)Brian Cashman
Manager(s)Joe Torre
Local televisionWCBS-TV
YES Network
(Michael Kay, Jim Kaat, Ken Singleton, Bobby Murcer)
Local radioWCBS (AM)
(John Sterling, Charley Steiner)
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The 2003 New York Yankees season was the 101st season for the team. The team finished with a record of 101-61 finishing 6 games ahead of the Boston Red Sox. New York was managed by Joe Torre. The Yankees played at Yankee Stadium. In the playoffs, they defeated the Red Sox in 7 games in the ALCS, winning the pennant on Aaron Boone's dramatic 11th-inning home run. The Yankees advanced to the World Series, losing in a dramatic 6 game series to the Florida Marlins. It would be their second World Series loss in three years and last appearance in a World Series until 2009.

Offseason

  • December 6, 2002: Robin Ventura was re-signed as a free agent with the New York Yankees.[1]
  • December 19, 2002: Hideki Matsui was signed as a free agent with the New York Yankees.[2]
  • December 19, 2002: Todd Zeile was signed as a free agent with the New York Yankees.[3]
  • January 3, 2003: Brandon Knight was released by the New York Yankees.[4]

Regular season

On June 11, 2003, six Astros pitchers combined to throw a no-hitter against the New York Yankees. The six pitchers were Roy Oswalt, Pete Munro, Kirk Saarloos, Brad Lidge, Octavio Dotel and Billy Wagner.[5] It was the first no-hitter against the Yankees in 45 years.

Opening Day starters

1B – Jason Giambi
2B – Alfonso Soriano
SS – Derek Jeter
3B – Robin Ventura
C – Jorge Posada
LF – Hideki Matsui
CF – Bernie Williams
RF – Raúl Mondesí
DH – Nick Johnson
P – Roger Clemens

Season standings

AL East W L Pct. GB Home Road
New York Yankees 101 61 0.623 50–32 51–29
Boston Red Sox 95 67 0.586 6 53–28 42–39
Toronto Blue Jays 86 76 0.531 15 41–40 45–36
Baltimore Orioles 71 91 0.438 30 40–40 31–51
Tampa Bay Devil Rays 63 99 0.389 38 36–45 27–54


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 1–8 3–6 3–4 6–3 6–1 6–3 5–4 3–6 8–12 8–11 6–3 9–10 2–7 11–7
Baltimore 8–1 9–10 2–4 3–3 3–3 3–4 3–4 6–13–1 2–7 4–5 8–11 7–2 8–11 5–13
Boston 6–3 10–9 5–4 4–2 8–1 5–1 2–4 9–10 3–4 5–2 12–7 5–4 10–9 11–7
Chicago 4–3 4–2 4–5 11–8 11–8 11–8 9–10 4–2 4–5 2–7 3–3 3–4 6–3 10–8
Cleveland 3–6 3–3 2–4 8–11 12–7 6–13 9–10 2–5 3–6 3–6 5–2 4–5 2–4 6–12
Detroit 1–6 3–3 1–8 8–11 7–12 5–14 4–15 1–5 3–6 1–8 2–4 1–6 2–7 4–14
Kansas City 3–6 4–3 1–5 8–11 13–6 14–5 11–8 2–4 2–7 4–5 4–3 7–2 1–5 9–9
Minnesota 4–5 4–3 4–2 10–9 10–9 15–4 8–11 0–7 8–1 3–6 6–0 5–4 3–3 10–8
New York 6–3 13–6–1 10–9 2–4 5–2 5–1 4–2 7–0 3–6 5–4 14–5 4–5 10–9 13–5
Oakland 12–8 7–2 4–3 5–4 6–3 6–3 7–2 1–8 6–3 7–12 6–3 15–4 5–2 9–9
Seattle 11–8 5–4 2–5 7–2 6–3 8–1 5–4 6–3 4–5 12–7 4–5 10–10 3–4 10–8
Tampa Bay 3–6 11–8 7–12 3–3 2–5 4–2 3–4 0–6 5–14 3–6 5–4 3–6 11–8 3–15
Texas 10–9 2–7 4–5 4–3 5–4 6–1 2–7 4–5 5–4 4–15 10–10 6–3 5–4 4–14
Toronto 7–2 11–8 9–10 3–6 4–2 7–2 5–1 3–3 9–10 2–5 4–3 8–11 4–5 10–8


Notable transactions

  • May 23, 2003: Curtis Pride was purchased by the New York Yankees from the Nashua Pride (Atlantic League).[6]
  • July 22, 2003: Jesse Orosco was sent to the New York Yankees by the San Diego Padres as part of a conditional deal.
  • July 29, 2003: Raúl Mondesí was traded by the New York Yankees with cash to the Arizona Diamondbacks for David Dellucci, Bret Prinz, and John Prowl (minors).[7]
  • July 31, 2003: Robin Ventura was traded by the New York Yankees to the Los Angeles Dodgers for Bubba Crosby and Scott Proctor.[1]
  • August 18, 2003: Todd Zeile was released by the New York Yankees.[3]
  • August 31, 2003: Jesse Orosco was traded by the New York Yankees to the Minnesota Twins for a player to be named later. The Minnesota Twins sent Juan Padilla (September 2, 2003) to the New York Yankees to complete the trade.

Roster

2003 New York Yankees
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Other Players

Manager

Coaches

Game log

Legend
Yankees Win Yankees Loss Game Postponed
2003 Game Log (101–61) Home: 50–32 Away: 51–29
March (1–0) Home: 0–0 Away: 1–0
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Location Attendance Record
1 March 31 @ Blue Jays 8–4 Clemens (1–0) Halladay (0–1) SkyDome 50,119 1–0
April (20–6) Home: 8–3 Away: 12–3
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Location Attendance Record
2 April 1 @ Blue Jays 10–1 Pettitte (1–0) Lidle (0–1) SkyDome 15,176 2–0
3 April 2 @ Blue Jays 9–7 Mussina (1–0) Hendrickson (0–1) Acevedo (1) SkyDome 16,222 3–0
4 April 4 @ Devil Rays 12–2 Wells (1–0) Parris (0–1) Tropicana Field 15,169 4–0
5 April 5 @ Devil Rays 5–6 Carter (1–0) Osuna (0–1) Tropicana Field 20,096 4–1
6 April 6 @ Devil Rays 10–5 Clemens (2–0) Zambrano (0–1) Tropicana Field 18,363 5–1
April 7 Twins Postponed (snow) Rescheduled for April 8
7 April 8 Twins 7–3 Pettitte (2–0) Mays (1–1) Yankee Stadium 33,109 6–1
8 April 9 Twins 2–1 Mussina (2–0) Lohse (1–1) Acevedo (2) Yankee Stadium 31,898 7–1
9 April 10 Twins 2–0 Wells (2–0) Reed (0–2) Yankee Stadium 29,255 8–1
April 11 Devil Rays Postponed (rain) Rescheduled for June 17
10 April 12 Devil Rays 5–4 Osuna (1–1) Harper (0–1) Yankee Stadium 35,326 9–1
11 April 13 Devil Rays 1–2 Carter (3–0) Acevedo (0-1) Yankee Stadium 39,725 9–2
12 April 14 Blue Jays 10–9 Contreras (1–0) Lopez (0–1) Hammond (1) Yankee Stadium 30,761 10–2
13 April 15 Blue Jays 5–0 Mussina (3–0) Halladay (0–2) Yankee Stadium 33,833 11–2
14 April 16 Blue Jays 6–7 Lidle (2–2) Hitchcock (0–1) Escobar (2) Yankee Stadium 25,831 11–3
15 April 17 Blue Jays 4–0 Weaver (1–0) Walker (1–1) Yankee Stadium 32,057 12–3
16 April 18 @ Twins 11–4 Clemens (3–0) Radke (1–2) Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome 37,843 13–3
17 April 19 @ Twins 4–2 Pettitte (3–0) Mays (2–2) Acevedo (3) Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome 36,139 14–3
18 April 20 @ Twins 8–2 Mussina (4–0) Lohse (2–2) Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome 18,818 15–3
19 April 21 @ Twins 15–1 Wells (3–0) Reed (1–3) Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome 20,845 16–3
20 April 22 @ Angels 8–3 Weaver (2–0) Lackey (1–2) Edison International Field of Anaheim 38,343 17–3
21 April 23 @ Angels 9–2 Clemens (4–0) Callaway (1–2) Edison International Field of Anaheim 38,340 18–3
22 April 24 @ Angels 2–6 Ortiz (3–2) Pettitte (3–1) Edison International Field of Anaheim 39,169 18–4
23 April 25 @ Rangers 3–2 Mussina (5–0) Lewis (3–1) Acevedo (4) The Ballpark in Arlington 40,052 19–4
24 April 26 @ Rangers 7–5 (10) Hammond (1–0) Urbina (0–1) Acevedo (5) The Ballpark in Arlington 48,247 20–4
25 April 27 @ Rangers 7–10 Dickey (2–1) Weaver (2–1) Urbina (8) The Ballpark in Arlington 49,544 20–5
26 April 29 Mariners 0–6 Meche (3–1) Clemens (4–1) Yankee Stadium 38,724 20–6
27 April 30 Mariners 8–5 Pettitte (4–1) Moyer (3–2) Yankee Stadium 30,522 21–6
May (11–17) Home: 5–12 Away: 6–5
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Location Attendance Record
28 May 1 Mariners 2–1 Mussina (6–0) Pineiro (2–2) Rivera (1) Yankee Stadium 34,991 22–6
29 May 2 Athletics 5–3 Wells (4–0) Lilly (2–1) Rivera (2) Yankee Stadium 38,538 23–6
30 May 3 Athletics 3–5 (10) Foulke (1–0) Acevedo (0-2) Yankee Stadium 44,176 23–7
31 May 4 Athletics 0–2 Zito (5–2) Clemens (4–2) Foulke (8) Yankee Stadium 45,426 23–8
32 May 6 @ Mariners 7–12 Moyer (4–2) Pettitte (4–2) Safeco Field 44,979 23–9
33 May 7 @ Mariners 7–2 Mussina (7–0) Pineiro (2–3) Safeco Field 43,753 24–9
34 May 8 @ Mariners 16–5 Wells (5–0) Garcia (3–4) Safeco Field 46,000 25–9
35 May 9 @ Athletics 2–7 Hudson (3–1) Weaver (2–2) Network Associates Coliseum 40,317 25–10
36 May 10 @ Athletics 5–2 Clemens (5–2) Zito (5–3) Rivera (3) Network Associates Coliseum 44,486 26–10
37 May 11 @ Athletics 2–5 Mulder (6–1) Pettitte (4–3) Foulke (10) Network Associates Coliseum 45,390 26–11
38 May 13 Angels 3–10 Lackey (2–3) Mussina (7–1) Yankee Stadium 37,750 26–12
39 May 14 Angels 3–5 Rodriguez (3–1) Wells (5–1) Percival (5) Yankee Stadium 33,647 26–13
40 May 15 Angels 10–4 Weaver (3–2) Sele (1–1) Yankee Stadium 29,670 27–13
41 May 16 Rangers 5–8 (12) Dickey (3–1) Acevedo (0-3) Urbina (11) Yankee Stadium 40,055 27–14
42 May 17 Rangers 2–5 Valdez (3–2) Pettitte (4–4) Urbina (12) Yankee Stadium 51,095 27–15
43 May 18 Rangers 1–5 Thomson (3–4) Mussina (7–2) Yankee Stadium 54,942 27–16
44 May 19 @ Red Sox 7–3 Wells (6–1) Fossum (4–2) Fenway Park 35,099 28–16
45 May 20 @ Red Sox 7–10 Embree (3–1) Contreras (1–1) Lyon (6) Fenway Park 35,007 28–17
46 May 21 @ Red Sox 4–2 Clemens (6–2) Wakefield (4–2) Rivera (4) Fenway Park 35,003 29–17
47 May 22 Blue Jays 3–8 Halladay (5–2) Pettitte (4–5) Yankee Stadium 45,777 29–18
48 May 23 Blue Jays 2–6 Escobar (2–1) Mussina (7–3) Yankee Stadium 34,134 29–19
49 May 24 Blue Jays 2–5 Lidle (8–2) Wells (6–2) Politte (7) Yankee Stadium 35,023 29–20
50 May 25 Blue Jays 3–5 Davis (2–3) Weaver (3–3) Politte (8) Yankee Stadium 40,940 29–21
51 May 26 Red Sox 4–8 Wakefield (5–2) Clemens (6–3) Yankee Stadium 55,093 29–22
52 May 27 Red Sox 11–3 Pettitte (5–5) Chen (0–1) Yankee Stadium 44,769 30–22
53 May 28 Red Sox 6–5 Rivera (1–0) Lyon (1–2) Yankee Stadium 44,617 31–22
54 May 30 @ Tigers 6–0 Contreras (2–1) Knotts (2–4) Comerica Park 28,003 32–22
55 May 31 @ Tigers 2–4 Bernero (1–6) Weaver (3–4) German (3) Comerica Park 24,959 32–23
June (20–7) Home: 10–2 Away: 10–5
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Location Attendance Record
56 June 1 @ Tigers 10–9 (17) Wells (7–2) Sparks (0–2) Acevedo (6) Comerica Park 44,095 33–23
57 June 3 @ Reds 3–4 Reitsma (4–2) Osuna (1–2) Great American Ball Park 41,827 33–24
58 June 4 @ Reds 2–6 Wilson (3–4) Mussina (7–4) Great American Ball Park 42,082 33–25
59 June 5 @ Reds 10–2 Contreras (3–1) Graves (3–5) Great American Ball Park 42,282 34–25
60 June 6 @ Cubs 5–3 Wells (8–2) Zambrano (5–5) Rivera (5) Wrigley Field 39,359 35–25
61 June 7 @ Cubs 2–5 Wood (5–4) Clemens (6–4) Wrigley Field 39,363 35–26
62 June 8 @ Cubs 7–8 Prior (7–2) Pettitte (5–6) Borowski (11) Wrigley Field 39,341 35–27
63 June 10 Astros 5–3 Mussina (8–4) Miller (4–7) Rivera (6) Yankee Stadium 37,602 36–27
64 June 11 Astros 0–8 Lidge (4–0) Weaver (3–5) Yankee Stadium 29,905 36–28
65 June 12 Astros 6–5 Osuna (2–2) Dotel (5–2) Rivera (7) Yankee Stadium 39,888 37–28
66 June 13 Cardinals 5–2 Clemens (7–4) Simontacchi (4–4) Rivera (8) Yankee Stadium 55,214 38–28
67 June 14 Cardinals 13–4 Pettitte (6–6) Morris (7–4) Yankee Stadium 55,174 39–28
68 June 15 Cardinals 5–2 Mussina (9–4) Williams (8–2) Rivera (9) Yankee Stadium 54,797 40–28
69 June 17 (1) Devil Rays 2–11 Gonzalez (3–2) Weaver (3–6) Yankee Stadium 14,077 40–29
70 June 17 (2) Devil Rays 10–2 Wells (9–2) Brazelton (1–6) Yankee Stadium 47,604 41–29
71 June 18 Devil Rays 1–0 (12) Hammond (2–0) Carter (4–2) Yankee Stadium 32,643 42–29
June 19 Devil Rays Postponed (rain) Rescheduled for September 13
72 June 20 @ Mets 5–0 Pettitte (7–6) Trachsel (5–5) Shea Stadium 55,386 43–29
June 21 @ Mets Postponed (rain) Rescheduled for June 28
73 June 22 @ Mets 7–3 (11) Rivera (2–0) Lloyd (1–2) Shea Stadium 55,031 44–29
74 June 23 @ Devil Rays 2–4 Zambrano (4–4) Clemens (7–5) Carter (12) Tropicana Field 14,759 44–30
75 June 24 @ Devil Rays 10–9 Anderson (1–0) Carter (4–3) Rivera (10) Tropicana Field 16,300 45–30
76 June 25 @ Devil Rays 8–5 Pettitte (8–6) Bell (0–2) Rivera (11) Tropicana Field 16,710 46–30
77 June 26 @ Devil Rays 4–3 Mussina (10–4) Standridge (0–3) Rivera (12) Tropicana Field 17,132 47–30
78 June 27 Mets 6–4 Wells (10–2) Seo (5–3) Miceli (1) Yankee Stadium 55,226 48–30
79 June 28 (1) Mets 7–1 Clemens (8–5) Griffiths (0–1) Yankee Stadium 55,343 49–30
80 June 28 (2) @ Mets 9–8 Claussen (1–0) Glavine (5–8) Rivera (13) Shea Stadium 36,372 50–30
81 June 29 Mets 5–3 Weaver (4–6) Leiter (8–5) Rivera (14) Yankee Stadium 55,444 51–30
82 June 30 @ Orioles 6–5 Pettitte (9–6) Ponson (10–5) Rivera (15) Oriole Park at Camden Yards 38,618 52–30
July (14–10) Home: 7–4 Away: 7–6
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Location Attendance Record
83 July 1 @ Orioles 3–7 Lopez (2–4) Mussina (10–5) Oriole Park at Camden Yards 36,023 52–31
July 2 @ Orioles Postponed (rain) Rescheduled for August 14
84 July 4 Red Sox 3–10 Lowe (10–3) Wells (10–3) Yankee Stadium 55,144 52–32
85 July 5 Red Sox 2–10 Mendoza (2–3) Clemens (8–6) Yankee Stadium 54,948 52–33
86 July 6 Red Sox 7–1 Pettitte (10–6) Burkett (6–4) Yankee Stadium 54,918 53–33
87 July 7 Red Sox 2–1 Rivera (3–0) Kim (3–7) Yankee Stadium 55,016 54–33
88 July 8 @ Indians 0–4 Traber (4–5) Weaver (4–7) Jacobs Field 26,540 54–34
89 July 9 @ Indians 6–2 Wells (11–3) Sabathia (8–4) Jacobs Field 25,058 55–34
90 July 10 @ Indians 2–3 (10) Boyd (2–1) Hitchcock (0–2) Jacobs Field 30,167 55–35
91 July 11 @ Blue Jays 8–5 Pettitte (11–6) Miller (1–1) Rivera (16) SkyDome 27,652 56–35
92 July 12 @ Blue Jays 3–10 Halladay (13–2) Mussina (10–6) SkyDome 37,119 56–36
93 July 13 @ Blue Jays 6–2 Weaver (5–7) Escobar (5–6) SkyDome 32,664 57–36
74th All-Star Game in Chicago, Illinois
94 July 17 Indians 5–4 Rivera (4–0) Riske (2–2) Yankee Stadium 46,401 58–36
95 July 18 Indians 10–4 Clemens (9–6) Anderson (7–7) Yankee Stadium 47,341 59–36
96 July 19 Indians 7–4 Wells (12–3) Sabathia (8–5) Rivera (17) Yankee Stadium 54,981 60–36
97 July 20 Indians 7–4 Mussina (11–6) Westbrook (4–5) Rivera (18) Yankee Stadium 51,891 61–36
98 July 21 Blue Jays 0–8 (8) Hendrickson (6–6) Weaver (5–8) Yankee Stadium 51,958 61–37
July 22 Blue Jays Postponed (rain) Rescheduled for September 8
99 July 23 Orioles 4–2 Pettitte (12–6) Helling (6–7) Rivera (19) Yankee Stadium 39,331 62–37
100 July 24 Orioles 3–5 Ponson (14–5) Clemens (9–7) Julio (23) Yankee Stadium 44,649 62–38
101 July 25 @ Red Sox 4–3 Rivera (5–0) Kim (4–8) Fenway Park 34,873 63–38
102 July 26 @ Red Sox 4–5 Kim (5–8) Benitez (3–4) Fenway Park 34,356 63–39
103 July 27 @ Red Sox 4–6 Fossum (5–4) Hammond (2–1) Kim (6) Fenway Park 34,787 63–40
104 July 29 @ Angels 6–2 Pettitte (13–6) Appier (7–7) Edison International Field of Anaheim 43,817 64–40
105 July 30 @ Angels 8–0 Clemens (10–7) Lackey (7–10) Edison International Field of Anaheim 43,856 65–40
106 July 31 @ Angels 2–1 (10) Benitez (4–4) Percival (0–3) Rivera (20) Edison International Field of Anaheim 43,871 66–40
August (17–12) Home: 9–7 Away: 8–5
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Location Attendance Record
107 August 1 @ Athletics 2–3 (10) Foulke (8–1) Osuna (2–3) Network Associates Coliseum 41,407 66–41
108 August 2 @ Athletics 10–7 Weaver (6–8) Zito (8–9) Rivera (21) Network Associates Coliseum 44,234 67–41
109 August 3 @ Athletics 1–2 Mulder (15–7) Rivera (5–1) Network Associates Coliseum 44,528 67–42
110 August 5 Rangers 6–2 Clemens (11–7) Lewis (4–7) Yankee Stadium 40,604 68–42
111 August 6 Rangers 4–5 Mahay (1–0) Rivera (5–2) Cordero (6) Yankee Stadium 47,344 68–43
112 August 7 Rangers 7–5 Mussina (12–6) Fultz (1–2) Rivera (22) Yankee Stadium 51,763 69–43
113 August 8 Mariners 9–7 Hitchcock (1–2) Franklin (8–10) Rivera (23) Yankee Stadium 52,793 70–43
114 August 9 Mariners 1–2 Meche (13–7) Pettitte (13–7) Hasegawa (9) Yankee Stadium 54,945 70–44
115 August 10 Mariners 6–8 Soriano (2–0) Osuna (2–4) Hasegawa (10) Yankee Stadium 54,828 70–45
116 August 11 @ Royals 9–12 D.J. Carrasco (4–4) Hitchcock (1–3) Kauffman Stadium 40,406 70–46
117 August 12 @ Royals 6–0 Mussina (13–6) May (5–6) Kauffman Stadium 37,820 71–46
118 August 13 @ Royals 0–11 Appier (8–8) Weaver (6–9) Kauffman Stadium 35,596 71–47
119 August 14 @ Orioles 8–5 Pettitte (14–7) DuBose (1–2) Rivera (24) Oriole Park at Camden Yards 41,987 72–47
120 August 15 @ Orioles 6–4 Nelson (4–2) Julio (0–5) Rivera (25) Oriole Park at Camden Yards 47,850 73–47
121 August 16 @ Orioles 5–4 (12) Hammond (3–1) H. Carrasco (1–4) Nelson (8) Oriole Park at Camden Yards 48,499 74–47
122 August 17 @ Orioles 8–0 Mussina (14–6) Lopez (5–8) Oriole Park at Camden Yards 48,700 75–47
123 August 18 Royals 11–6 Weaver (7–9) Lima (7–1) Yankee Stadium 48,937 76–47
124 August 19 Royals 6–3 Pettitte (15–7) Appier (8–9) Rivera (26) Yankee Stadium 43,841 77–47
125 August 20 Royals 8–7 Clemens (12–7) Gobble (2–2) Rivera (27) Yankee Stadium 46,973 78–47
126 August 22 Orioles 3–4 Hentgen (5–6) Wells (12–4) Groom (1) Yankee Stadium 44,121 78–48
127 August 23 Orioles 2–7 Lopez (6–8) Mussina (14–7) Yankee Stadium 54,397 78–49
128 August 24 Orioles 7–0 Contreras (4–1) DuBose (1–4) Yankee Stadium 47,047 79–49
129 August 25 Orioles 5–2 Pettitte (16–7) Moss (10–9) Rivera (28) Yankee Stadium 50,595 80–49
130 August 26 White Sox 2–13 Loaiza (17–6) Clemens (12–8) Yankee Stadium 38,884 80–50
131 August 27 White Sox 2–11 Colon (12–11) Wells (12–5) Yankee Stadium 40,654 80–51
132 August 28 White Sox 7–5 Mussina (15–7) Cotts (1–1) Rivera (29) Yankee Stadium 40,569 81–51
133 August 29 @ Red Sox 5–10 Lowe (14–6) Contreras (4–2) Fenway Park 34,854 81–52
134 August 30 @ Red Sox 10–7 Pettitte (17–7) Martinez (10–4) Rivera (30) Fenway Park 34,350 82–52
135 August 31 @ Red Sox 8–4 Clemens (13–8) Wakefield (9–6) Rivera (31) Fenway Park 34,482 83–52
September (18–9) Home: 11–4 Away: 7–5
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Location Attendance Record
136 September 1 @ Blue Jays 1–8 Halladay (18–6) Wells (12–6) SkyDome 26,869 83–53
137 September 3 @ Blue Jays 3–4 Kershner (1–3) Osuna (2–5) Lopez (8) SkyDome 21,770 83–54
138 September 4 @ Blue Jays 3–2 Contreras (5–2) Walker (1–2) Rivera (32) SkyDome 17,254 84–54
139 September 5 Red Sox 3–9 Martinez (11–4) Pettitte (17–8) Yankee Stadium 55,261 84–55
140 September 6 Red Sox 0–11 Wakefield (10–6) Clemens (13–9) Yankee Stadium 55,237 84–56
141 September 7 Red Sox 3–1 Wells (13–6) Suppan (11–9) Rivera (33) Yankee Stadium 55,212 85–56
142 September 8 Blue Jays 9–3 Mussina (16–7) Escobar (10–9) Yankee Stadium 8,848 86–56
143 September 9 Tigers 4–2 White (4–0) Rodney (0–3) Rivera (34) Yankee Stadium 31,826 87–56
144 September 10 Tigers 15–5 Pettitte (18–8) Knotts (3–6) Yankee Stadium 34,000 88–56
145 September 11 Tigers 5–2 Clemens (14–9) Cornejo (6–15) Rivera (35) Yankee Stadium 31,915 89–56
146 September 12 Devil Rays 10–4 Wells (14–6) Zambrano (10–9) Yankee Stadium 37,401 90–56
147 September 13 (1) Devil Rays 6–5 White (5–0) Kennedy (3–12) Rivera (36) Yankee Stadium 40,887 91–56
148 September 13 (2) Devil Rays 6–3 Mussina (17–7) Reyes (0–3) Rivera (37) Yankee Stadium 19,599 92–56
149 September 14 Devil Rays 2–5 Harper (4–7) Heredia (5–3) Carter (24) Yankee Stadium 40,861 92–57
150 September 15 @ Orioles 13–1 Pettitte (19–8) Lopez (7–10) Oriole Park at Camden Yards 27,335 93–57
151 September 16 @ Orioles 6–3 Clemens (15–9) Johnson (10–8) Rivera (38) Oriole Park at Camden Yards 26,263 94–57
152 September 17 @ Orioles 3–5 DuBose (3–5) Wells (14–7) Julio (34) Oriole Park at Camden Yards 27,108 94–58
153 September 18 @ Orioles 1–1 (5) Game called (rain from Hurricane Isabel)
(game to be replayed in New York on September 26, tie does not count in record)
Oriole Park at Camden Yards 29,093 94–58
154 September 19 @ Devil Rays 2–1 Contreras (6–2) Waechter (3–1) Rivera (39) Tropicana Field 21,435 95–58
155 September 20 @ Devil Rays 7–1 Pettitte (20–8) Sosa (5–12) Tropicana Field 27,162 96–58
156 September 21 @ Devil Rays 6–0 Clemens (16–9) Gonzalez (6–10) Tropicana Field 18,803 97–58
157 September 22 @ White Sox 3–6 (10) Gordon (7–6) White (5–1) U.S. Cellular Field 39,627 97–59
158 September 23 @ White Sox 7–0 Contreras (7–2) Buehrle (14–14) U.S. Cellular Field 31,305 98–59
159 September 24 @ White Sox 4–9 Loaiza (20–9) Mussina (17–8) U.S. Cellular Field 26,019 98–60
160 September 26 (1)[a] Orioles 11–2 Pettitte (21–8) Moss (10–12) Yankee Stadium N/A 99–60
161 September 26 (2) Orioles 2–3 (10) Ligtenberg (4–2) Hammond (3–2) Julio (36) Yankee Stadium 44,983 99–61
162 September 27 Orioles 6–2 Clemens (17–9) Johnson (10–10) Yankee Stadium 42,702 100–61
163 September 28 Orioles 3–1 Wells (15–7) DuBose (3–6) Rivera (40) Yankee Stadium 42,394 101–61
  1. ^ This game was the makeup of September 18 game in Baltimore that was called after five innings because of Hurricane Isabel.

Player stats

Yellow background = Indicates team leader

Batting

Starters by position

Note: Pos = Position; 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
1B Jason Giambi 156 535 134 .250 41 107
2B Alfonso Soriano 156 682 198 .290 38 91
SS Derek Jeter 119 482 156 .324 10 52
LF Hideki Matsui 163 623 179 .287 16 106
CF Bernie Williams 119 445 117 .263 15 64
C Jorge Posada 142 481 135 .281 30 101
3B Robin Ventura 89 283 71 .251 9 42
RF Raul Mondesi 98 361 93 .258 16 49
DH Nick Johnson 96 324 92 .284 14 47

Other batters

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

Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI
Aaron Boone 54 189 48 .254 6 31
Todd Zeile 66 186 39 .210 6 23
Rubén Sierra 63 174 48 .276 6 31
Juan Rivera 57 173 46 .266 7 26
Karim Garcia 52 151 46 .305 6 21
Enrique Wilson 63 135 31 .230 3 15
John Flaherty 40 105 28 .267 4 14
Erick Almonte 31 100 26 .260 1 11
Bubba Trammell 22 55 11 .200 0 5
David Dellucci 21 51 9 .176 1 4
Curtis Pride 4 12 1 .083 1 1
Charles Gipson 18 10 2 .200 0 2
Fernando Seguignol 5 7 1 .143 0 0
Drew Henson 5 8 1 .125 0 0
Michel Hernández 5 4 1 .250 0 0
Luis Sojo 3 4 0 .000 0 0
Chris Latham 4 2 2 1.000 0 0

Pitching

Starting pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; GS = Games started; IP = Innings pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G GS IP W L ERA SO
Mike Mussina 31 31 214.2 17 8 3.40 195
David Wells 31 30 213.0 15 7 4.14 101
Roger Clemens 33 33 211.2 17 9 3.91 190
Andy Pettitte 33 33 208.1 21 8 4.02 180
Jeff Weaver 32 24 159.1 7 9 5.99 93
Brandon Claussen 1 1 6.1 1 0 1.42 5

Other pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; IP = Innings pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G IP W L ERA SO
José Contreras 18 71.0 7 2 3.30 72
Jorge De Paula 4 11.1 0 0 0.79 7

Relief pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; SV = Saves; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G W L SV ERA SO
Mariano Rivera 64 5 2 40 1.66 63
Chris Hammond 62 3 2 1 2.86 45
Antonio Osuna 48 2 5 0 3.73 47
Sterling Hitchcock 27 1 3 0 5.44 36
Juan Acevedo 25 0 3 6 7.71 19
Jeff Nelson 24 1 0 1 4.58 21
Jason Anderson 22 1 0 0 4.79 9
Jesse Orosco 15 0 0 0 10.38 4
Al Reyes 13 0 0 0 3.18 9
Félix Heredia 12 0 1 0 1.20 4
Gabe White 12 2 1 0 4.38 6
Armando Benítez 9 1 1 0 1.93 10
Dan Miceli 7 0 0 1 5.79 1
Randy Choate 5 0 0 0 7.36 0
Bret Prinz 2 0 0 0 18.00 2

Postseason

Game log

2003 Postseason Game Log (9–8)
ALDS vs Twins (3–1)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Location Attendance Record
1 September 30 Twins 1–3 Hawkins (1–0) Mussina (0–1) Guardado (1) Yankee Stadium 56,292 0–1
2 October 2 Twins 4–1 Pettitte (1–0) Radke (0–1) Rivera (1) Yankee Stadium 56,479 1–1
3 October 4 @ Twins 3–1 Clemens (1–0) Lohse (0–1) Rivera (2) Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome 55,915 2–1
4 October 5 @ Twins 8–1 Wells (1–0) Santana (0–1) Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome 55,875 3–1
ALCS vs Red Sox (4–3)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Location Attendance Record
1 October 8 Red Sox 2–5 Wakefield (1–0) Mussina (0–1) Williamson (1) Yankee Stadium 56,281 1–0
2 October 9 Red Sox 6–2 Pettitte (1–0) Lowe (0–1) Yankee Stadium 56,295 1–1
3 October 11 @ Red Sox 4–3 Clemens (1–0) Martinez (0–1) Rivera (1) Fenway Park 34,209 2–1
October 12 @ Red Sox Postponed (rain) Rescheduled for October 13
4 October 13 @ Red Sox 2–3 Wakefield (2–0) Mussina (0–2) Williamson (2) Fenway Park 34,599 2–2
5 October 14 @ Red Sox 4–2 Wells (1–0) Lowe (0–2) Rivera (2) Fenway Park 34,619 3–2
6 October 15 Red Sox 6–9 Embree (1–0) Contreras (0–1) Williamson (3) Yankee Stadium 56,277 3–3
7 October 16 Red Sox 6–5 (11) Rivera (1–0) Wakefield (2–1) Yankee Stadium 56,279 4–3
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Location Attendance Record
1 October 18 Marlins 2–3 Penny (1–0) Wells (0–1) Urbina (1) Yankee Stadium 55,769 0–1
2 October 19 Marlins 6–1 Pettitte (1–0) Redman (0–1) Yankee Stadium 55,750 1–1
3 October 21 @ Marlins 6–1 Mussina (1–0) Beckett (0–1) Rivera (1) Pro Player Stadium 65.731 2–1
4 October 22 @ Marlins 3–4 (12) Looper (1–0) Weaver (0–1) Pro Player Stadium 65.934 2–2
5 October 23 @ Marlins 4–6 Penny (2–0) Contreras (0–1) Urbina (2) Pro Player Stadium 65.975 2–3
6 October 25 Marlins 0–2 Beckett (1–1) Pettitte (1–1) Yankee Stadium 55,773 2–4

Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Columbus Clippers International League Bucky Dent
AA Trenton Thunder Eastern League Stump Merrill
A Tampa Yankees Florida State League Bill Masse
A Battle Creek Yankees Midwest League Mitch Seoane
A-Short Season Staten Island Yankees New York–Penn League Andy Stankiewicz
Rookie GCL Yankees Gulf Coast League Dan Radison

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References

  1. ^ a b "Robin Ventura Stats".
  2. ^ Hideki Matsui Statistics Baseball-Reference.com
  3. ^ a b "Todd Zeile Stats".
  4. ^ "Brandon Knight Stats".
  5. ^ "Astros vs. Yankees - Game Recap - June 11, 2003 - ESPN".
  6. ^ "Curtis Pride Stats".
  7. ^ Raúl Mondesí Statistics Baseball-Reference.com
  8. ^ Johnson, Lloyd, and Wolff, Miles, ed., The Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball, 3rd edition. Durham, North Carolina: Baseball America, 2007
  9. ^ Baseball America 2004 Annual Directory

External links

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