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2010 New York Yankees season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2010 New York Yankees
American League Wild Card
NewYorkYankees caplogo.svg
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record95–67 (.586)
Divisional place2nd
Other information
Owner(s)Yankee Global Enterprises
General manager(s)Brian Cashman
Manager(s)Joe Girardi
Local televisionYES Network
WWOR-TV
(Michael Kay, Ken Singleton, several others as analysts)
Local radioNew York Yankees Radio Network
(John Sterling, Suzyn Waldman)
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The 2010 New York Yankees season was the 110th season for the New York Yankees franchise (counting its two years as the Baltimore Orioles; then moving to Manhattan as the Highlanders.) The Yankees were attempting to defend its status as American League and World Series champions, but lost in the ALCS to the Texas Rangers. The Yankees opened and closed the regular season against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park.[1][2] This marked the first time since 1950 this happened.[3] The Yankees and the Los Angeles Dodgers renewed their rivalry as the Bronx Bombers traveled west to face former Yankee icons Joe Torre and Don Mattingly, both of them current and future Dodgers managers.

The Yankees' regular season record for 2010 was 95 wins, 67 losses, 2nd place in the AL East behind Tampa Bay and good for the AL Wild Card.[4]

Offseason

Midseason acquisitions

Roster

2010 New York Yankees
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders Manager

Coaches

Regular season

Season standings

AL East W L Pct. GB Home Road
Tampa Bay Rays 96 66 0.593 49–32 47–34
New York Yankees 95 67 0.586 1 52–29 43–38
Boston Red Sox 89 73 0.549 7 46–35 43–38
Toronto Blue Jays 85 77 0.525 11 45–33 40–44
Baltimore Orioles 66 96 0.407 30 37–44 29–52


Record vs. opponents

Team BAL BOS CWS CLE DET KC LAA MIN NYY OAK SEA TB TEX TOR NL
Baltimore 9–9 4–3 3–3 5–5 2–4 6–0 3–5 5–13 3–7 3–6 7–11 6–4 3–15 7–11
Boston 9–9 1–6 4–4 3–3 4–3 9–1 3–2 9–9 4–5 7–3 7–11 4–6 12–6 13–5
Chicago 3–4 6–1 9–9 8–10 10–8 7–2 5–13 2–4 4–5 9–1 3–4 4–5 3–5 15–3
Cleveland 3–3 4–4 9–9 9–9 10–8 5–4 6–12 2–6 3–6 3–4 2–7 2–4 6–4 5–13
Detroit 5–5 3–3 10–8 9–9 10–8 6–4 9–9 4–4 3–3 3–5 1–6 3–6 4–4 11–7
Kansas City 4–2 3-4 9–10 8–10 8–10 3-7 5–13 3–5 3–6 5–4 4–4 2–7 3–3 8–10
Los Angeles 0–6 1–9 2–7 4–5 4–6 7–3 2–5 4–4 11–8 15–4 4–5 9–10 6–3 11–7
Minnesota 5–3 2–3 13–5 12–6 9–9 13–5 5–2 2–4 6–3 6-4 3–5 7–3 3–6 8–10
New York 13–5 9–9 4–2 6-2 4–4 5–3 4–4 4–2 9–1 6–4 8–10 4–4 8–10 11–7
Oakland 7–3 5–4 5–4 6–3 3–3 6–3 8–11 3–6 1–9 13–6 4–5 9–10 3–4 8–10
Seattle 6–3 3–7 1–9 4–3 5–3 4–5 4–15 4–6 4–6 6–13 2–7 7–12 2–3 9–9
Tampa Bay 11–7 11–7 4–3 7–2 6–1 4–4 5–4 5–3 10–8 5–4 7–2 4–2 10–8 7–11
Texas 4–6 6–4 5–4 4–2 6–3 7–2 10-9 3-7 4-4 10-9 12–7 2–4 3–7 14–4
Toronto 15–3 6–12 5–3 4–6 4–4 3–3 3–6 6–3 10–8 4–3 3–2 8–10 7–3 7–11


Season highlights

Nick Swisher bats against the Angels whilst Brett Gardner waits on deck.
Nick Swisher bats against the Angels whilst Brett Gardner waits on deck.

April

With the series win in Oakland clinched, the club matched the 1926 Yankees' all-time franchise record by winning each of the first five series of the season. Only one other club in team history started with as many as four series wins in a row, the 1922 Yankees. Both of those teams made it to the World Series, although they lost. During this time, the Yankees tied an April record of 12 straight error-less games, from April 7 to 22. On April 22 against the Oakland Athletics the Yankees turned a triple play for the first time since June 3, 1968.

May

Robinson Canó was an MVP candidate.
Robinson Canó was an MVP candidate.

On May 8, Mark Teixeira hit 3 home runs against the Red Sox, becoming only the second Yankee player in history since Lou Gehrig to accomplish the feat.[17]

June

On June 11, Andy Pettitte won his 200th game as a Yankee, becoming the third player to achieve the feat. The other two players are Yankee pitching legends Red Ruffing (231) and Whitey Ford (236). During the last 2 games against the Astros, Jorge Posada hit grand slams in back-to-back games becoming the third Yankee player to do so. The other two players are Baseball Hall of Fame members and Yankee legends Babe Ruth and Bill Dickey.[18]

July

Derek Jeter and Alex Rodriguez play the field against the Cleveland Indians on July 29, 2010. Rodriguez would hit his 600th career homer a few days later.
Derek Jeter and Alex Rodriguez play the field against the Cleveland Indians on July 29, 2010. Rodriguez would hit his 600th career homer a few days later.

Brett Gardner became the first player in MLB history to hit a grand slam and an inside-the-park home run during back-to-back games on July 3–4.

The Yankees suffered three great losses during the month of July, two of which happened during the All-Star weekend. First, on July 11, longtime Yankee Stadium public address announcer Bob Sheppard died at age 99. Then just two days later on July 13, longtime owner George Steinbrenner died at age 80.[19] Steinbrenner was the longest tenured owner in Yankees history and among active ownership. On July 21, former Yankee manager and executive Ralph Houk died.

On July 18, the Yankees were 58–33, their best 91-game record since the 1998 season, when they were 68–23, en route to a then American League record 114 wins, and a World Series victory over the Padres in 4 games.

Against the Royals on July 22, Derek Jeter hit only the second inside-the-park home run of his career, in a 10–4 Yankee win – his first came in his rookie year. The next day, Jorge Posada drove in his 1,000th career RBI against the Royals, becoming only the 12th Yankee to join the 1,000 RBI club and became one of three Yankees catchers to reach that mark, along with Yogi Berra (1,430) and Bill Dickey (1,209). Posada also became just the 5th catcher in MLB history with 1,000 RBI, 350 doubles and 250 home runs. The other four are Carlton Fisk, Iván Rodríguez, Johnny Bench and Gary Carter.[20]

On July 25, Robinson Canó recorded his 1,000th career hit, becoming the third-quickest homegrown Yankees player – behind Derek Jeter and Don Mattingly – to reach that plateau.[21]

August

On August 4, Alex Rodriguez hit his 600th career home run against the Toronto Blue Jays, becoming the youngest player in history to do so.[22]

On August 8, Derek Jeter passed Babe Ruth on the all-time hits list when he knocked in a second-inning single collecting his 2,874th hit. He is the first Yankee to hold the Major League lead in hits among active players since Johnny Mize in 1952, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.[23] During the same game against the Red Sox, Alex Rodriguez recorded his 300th career stolen base, making Rodriguez the 10th player in baseball history with at least 1,500 runs scored, 2,500 hits, 200 home runs and 300 stolen bases. Rodriguez joined a select group in that category -- Jeter, Damon, Bonds, Biggio, Alomar, Rickey Henderson, Molitor, Joe Morgan and Mays—but only A-Rod, Mays and Bonds have hit as many as 600 homers to go along with the 300 steals.

Against the Kansas City Royals on August 14, Rodriguez hit 3 home runs in a game for the 4th time in his career.[24]

On August 22, Sabathia recorded his 16th consecutive start of at least six innings allowing three earned runs or less, breaking a tie with Ron Guidry (from his Cy Young Award-winning 1978 season for the longest streak in franchise history).[25]

September and October

On September 18, CC Sabathia notched his 20th win for the first time in his career.[26] He also became the first pitcher in 2010 to reach 20 wins.

On September 24, A-Rod notched career home runs #609 and #610, putting him in sole possession of 6th place on the all-time home run list. The blasts put him one home run ahead of MLB great Sammy Sosa. Also on this date, Mark Teixeira and A-Rod, who have been teammates for 3 years (2003 with Rangers, and 2009–10 with Yankees), hit two home runs in a game each for the first time.

On September 28, the Yankees clinched a playoff berth for the 15th time in the last 16 seasons. However, they lost the division crown to the Tampa Bay Rays on the last day of the season after an 8–4 loss to the Red Sox, thus they were the Wild Card. Losing 17 of their last 26 games, the Yankees failed to clinch the AL East after holding the lead on Labor Day for the first time since 1944.

Postseason

Division Series

The Yankees faced the Twins in the ALDS, and swept them in 3 games. This was the fourth time both teams have met in the postseason, with the Yankees winning all four matchups: a 3–1 Yankees win in 2003, a 3–1 Yankees win in 2004, and a Yankees sweep in 2009. However, this was the first time the Twins held home-field advantage, as the Yankees qualified for the Wild Card, while the Twins won the American League Central.

Game 1, October 6

8:30 p.m. (EDT) at Target Field in Minneapolis, Minnesota

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
New York 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 0 0 6 9 0
Minnesota 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 8 0
WP: CC Sabathia (1–0)   LP: Jesse Crain (0–1)   Sv: Mariano Rivera (1)
Home runs:
NYY: Mark Teixeira (1)
MIN: Michael Cuddyer (1)

Game 2, October 7

6:00 p.m. (EDT) at Target Field in Minneapolis, Minnesota

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
New York 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 1 5 12 0
Minnesota 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 6 0
WP: Andy Pettitte (1–0)   LP: Carl Pavano (0–1)   Sv: Mariano Rivera (2)
Home runs:
NYY: Lance Berkman (1)
MIN: Orlando Hudson (1)

Game 3, October 9

8:30 p.m. (EDT) at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, New York

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Minnesota 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 7 1
New York 0 1 1 3 0 0 1 0 X 6 12 0
WP: Phil Hughes (1–0)   LP: Brian Duensing (0–1)
Home runs:
MIN: None
NYY: Marcus Thames (1), Nick Swisher (1)

American League Championship Series

The Yankees faced the Texas Rangers in the 2010 ALCS, which began Friday, October 15. The Rangers won the series in six games, eliminating the Yankees and preventing them from defending their title.

Game 1

Friday, October 15, 2010 – 8:00 p.m. (EDT) at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington in Arlington, Texas

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
New York 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 0 6 10 1
Texas 3 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 5 6 1
WP: Dustin Moseley (1–0)   LP: Darren O'Day (0–1)   Sv: Mariano Rivera (1)
Home runs:
NYY: Robinson Canó (1)
TEX: Josh Hamilton (1)

Game 2

Saturday, October 16, 2010 – 4:00 p.m. (EDT) at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington in Arlington, Texas

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
New York 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 7 0
Texas 1 2 2 0 2 0 0 0 X 7 12 0
WP: Colby Lewis (1–0)   LP: Phil Hughes (0–1)
Home runs:
NYY: Robinson Canó (2)
TEX: David Murphy (1)

Game 3

Monday, October 18, 2010 – 8:00 p.m. (EDT) at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, New York

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Texas 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 8 11 0
New York 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0
WP: Cliff Lee (1–0)   LP: Andy Pettitte (0–1)
Home runs:
TEX: Josh Hamilton (2)
NYY: None

Game 4

Tuesday, October 19, 2010 – 8:00 p.m. (EDT) at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, New York

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Texas 0 0 2 0 0 3 2 0 3 10 13 0
New York 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 7 0
WP: Derek Holland (1–0)   LP: A. J. Burnett (0–1)   Sv: Darren Oliver (1)
Home runs:
TEX: Bengie Molina (1), Josh Hamilton 2 (4), Nelson Cruz (1)
NYY: Robinson Canó (3)

Game 5

Wednesday, October 20, 2010 – 4:07 p.m. (EDT) at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, New York

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Texas 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 13 1
New York 0 3 2 0 1 0 0 1 X 7 9 0
WP: CC Sabathia (1–0)   LP: C. J. Wilson (0–1)
Home runs:
TEX: Matt Treanor (1)
NYY: Nick Swisher (1), Robinson Canó (4), Curtis Granderson (1)

Game 6

Friday, October 22, 2010 – 8:07 p.m. (EDT) at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington in Arlington, Texas

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
New York 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 3 0
Texas 1 0 0 0 4 0 1 0 X 6 7 0
WP: Colby Lewis (2-0)   LP: Phil Hughes (0-2)
Home runs:
NYY: none
TEX: Nelson Cruz (2)

Statistics

Game log

Legend
Yankees Win Yankees Loss Game Postponed
2010 Game Log
April (15–7)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 April 4 @ Red Sox 7–9 Okajima (1–0) Park (0–1) Papelbon (1) 37,440 0–1
2 April 6 @ Red Sox 6–4 Aceves (1–0) Okajima (1–1) Rivera (1) 38,000 1–1
3 April 7 @ Red Sox 3–1 (10) Park (1–1) Papelbon (0–1) Rivera (2) 38,238 2–1
4 April 9 @ Rays 3–9 Price (1–0) Vázquez (0–1) 33,221 2–2
5 April 10 @ Rays 10–0 Sabathia (1–0) Davis (0–1) 29,892 3–2
6 April 11 @ Rays 7–3 Burnett (1–0) Choate (0–1) 31,253 4–2
7 April 13 Angels 7–5 Pettitte (1–0) Santana (0–2) Rivera (3) 49,293 5–2
8 April 14 Angels 3–5 Piñeiro (1–1) Vázquez (0–2) Rodney (1) 42,372 5–3
9 April 15 Angels 6–2 Hughes (1–0) Kazmir (0–1) Rivera (4) 44,722 6–3
10 April 16 Rangers 5–1 (6) Sabathia (2–0) Wilson (0–1) 42,145 7–3
11 April 17 Rangers 7–3 Burnett (2–0) Feldman (1–1) 44,963 8–3
12 April 18 Rangers 5–2 Pettitte (2–0) Harden (0–1) Rivera (5) 44,121 9–3
13 April 20 @ Athletics 7–3 Vázquez (1–2) Gonzalez (1–1) 19,849 10–3
14 April 21 @ Athletics 3–1 Hughes (2–0) Sheets (1–1) Rivera (6) 30,211 11–3
15 April 22 @ Athletics 2–4 Braden (3–0) Sabathia (2–1) Bailey (2) 21,986 11–4
16 April 23 @ Angels 4–6 Rodney (2–0) Chamberlain (0–1) Fuentes (2) 44,002 11–5
17 April 24 @ Angels 7–1 Pettitte (3–0) Piñeiro (2–2) 43,390 12–5
18 April 25 @ Angels 4–8 Kazmir (2–1) Vázquez (1–3) 42,284 12–6
19 April 27 @ Orioles 4–5 Castillo (1–0) Robertson (0–1) Simón (1) 20,536 12–7
20 April 28 @ Orioles 8–3 Sabathia (3–1) Guthrie (0–3) 17,248 13–7
21 April 29 @ Orioles 4–0 Burnett (3–0) Matusz (2–1) 26,439 14–7
22 April 30 White Sox 6–4 Aceves (2–0) Thornton (2–2) Rivera (7) 44,783 15–7
May (16–13)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
23 May 1 White Sox 6–7 Linebrink (1–0) Robertson (0–2) Jenks (5) 45,265 15–8
24 May 2 White Sox 12–3 Hughes (3–0) Buehrle (2–4) 45,303 16–8
25 May 3 Orioles 4–1 Sabathia (4–1) Guthrie (0–4) Chamberlain (1) 41,571 17–8
26 May 4 Orioles 4–1 Burnett (4–0) Matusz (2–2) Chamberlain (2) 43,260 18–8
27 May 5 Orioles 7–5 Pettitte (4–0) Hernandez (0–4) Aceves (1) 43,425 19–8
28 May 7 @ Red Sox 10–3 Hughes (4–0) Beckett (1–1) 37,898 20–8
29 May 8 @ Red Sox 14–3 Aceves (3–0) Buchholz (3–3) 37,138 21–8
30 May 9 @ Red Sox 3–9 Lester (3–2) Burnett (4–1) 37,618 21–9
31 May 10 @ Tigers 4–5 Bonine (3–0) Mitre (0–1) Valverde (9) 34,365 21–10
May 11 @ Tigers Postponed (rain). Rescheduled for May 12
32 May 12 @ Tigers 0–2 Porcello (3–3) Vázquez (1–4) Valverde (10) 27,376 21–11
33 May 12 @ Tigers 8–0 Hughes (5–0) Bonderman (1–2) 28,514 22–11
34 May 13 @ Tigers 0–6 Verlander (4–2) Sabathia (4–2) 31,130 22–12
35 May 14 Twins 8–4 Chamberlain (1–1) Baker (4–3) 45,195 23–12
36 May 15 Twins 7–1 Pettitte (5–0) Liriano (4–2) 46,347 24–12
37 May 16 Twins 3–6 Blackburn (4–1) Chamberlain (1–2) Rauch (10) 46,628 24–13
38 May 17 Red Sox 11–9 Vázquez (2–4) Papelbon (1–3) 48,271 25–13
39 May 18 Red Sox 6–7 Bard (1–1) Rivera (0–1) Papelbon (10) 47,734 25–14
40 May 19 Rays 6–10 Davis (4–3) Burnett (4–2) Benoit (1) 43,283 25–15
41 May 20 Rays 6–8 Shields (5–1) Pettitte (5–1) Soriano (11) 45,483 25–16
42 May 21 @ Mets 2–1 Vázquez (3–4) Dessens (0–1) Rivera (8) 41,382 26–16
43 May 22 @ Mets 3–5 Pelfrey (6–1) Hughes (5–1) Rodríguez (7) 41,343 26–17
44 May 23 @ Mets 4–6 Santana (4–2) Sabathia (4–3) Rodríguez (8) 41,422 26–18
May 25 @ Twins Suspended (rain). Completed on May 26
45 May 26 @ Twins 1–0 Burnett (5–2) Duensing (2–1) Rivera (9) 38,962 27–18
46 May 26 @ Twins 3–2 Pettitte (6–1) Rauch (1–1) Rivera (10) 39,353 28–18
47 May 27 @ Twins 2–8 Blackburn (6–1) Vázquez (3–5) 39,087 28–19
48 May 28 Indians 8–2 Hughes (6–1) Carmona (4–3) 44,634 29–19
49 May 29 Indians 11–13 Perez (1–0) Chamberlain (1–3) Wood (2) 46,599 29–20
50 May 30 Indians 7–3 Burnett (6–2) Sipp (0–1) 45,706 30–20
51 May 31 Indians 11–2 Pettitte (7–1) Talbot (6–4) 44,976 31–20
June (16–10)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
52 June 1 Orioles 3–1 Vázquez (4–5) Matusz (2–6) Rivera (11) 43,059 32–20
53 June 2 Orioles 9–1 Hughes (7–1) Bergesen (3–4) 44,465 33–20
54 June 3 Orioles 6–3 Sabathia (5–3) Millwood (0–6) Rivera (12) 44,927 34–20
55 June 4 @ Blue Jays 1–6 Cecil (6–2) Burnett (6–3) 30,089 34–21
56 June 5 @ Blue Jays 2–3 (14) Janssen (4–0) Gaudin (0–3) 37,165 34–22
57 June 6 @ Blue Jays 4–3 Vázquez (5–5) Downs (1–5) Rivera (13) 33,622 35–22
58 June 8 @ Orioles 12–7 Hughes (8–1) Millwood (0–7) 23,171 36–22
59 June 9 @ Orioles 4–2 Sabathia (6–3) Tillman (0–2) Rivera (14) 16,451 37–22
60 June 10 @ Orioles 3–4 Arrieta (1–0) Burnett (6–4) Hernandez (1) 27,064 37–23
61 June 11 Astros 4–3 Pettitte (8–1) Myers (4–4) Rivera (15) 46,883 38–23
62 June 12 Astros 9–3 Vázquez (6–5) Rodríguez (3–9) 46,159 39–23
63 June 13 Astros 9–5 Hughes (9–1) Moehler (0–3) 46,832 40–23
64 June 15 Phillies 8–3 Sabathia (7–3) Halladay (8–5) 47,135 41–23
65 June 16 Phillies 3–6 Moyer (7–6) Burnett (6–5) 47,414 41–24
66 June 17 Phillies 1–7 Kendrick (4–2) Pettitte (8–2) 47,204 41–25
67 June 18 Mets 0–4 Takahashi (6–2) Vázquez (6–6) Rodríguez (16) 49,220 41–26
68 June 19 Mets 5–3 Hughes (10–1) Pelfrey (9–2) Rivera (16) 49,073 42–26
69 June 20 Mets 4–0 Sabathia (8–3) Santana (5–4) 49,240 43–26
70 June 21 @ Diamondbacks 4–10 López (3–6) Burnett (6–6) 47,229 43–27
71 June 22 @ Diamondbacks 9–3 Pettitte (9–2) Haren (7–6) 45,776 44–27
72 June 23 @ Diamondbacks 6–5 (10) Rivera (1–1) Rosa (0–2) 46,325 45–27
73 June 25 @ Dodgers 2–1 Sabathia (9–3) Padilla (1–2) Rivera (17) 56,000 46–27
74 June 26 @ Dodgers 4–9 Kuroda (7–5) Burnett (6–7) 56,000 46–28
75 June 27 @ Dodgers 8–6 (10) Rivera (2–1) Troncoso (1–2) 56,000 47–28
76 June 29 Mariners 4–7 Lee (7–3) Hughes (10–2) 45,780 47–29
77 June 30 Mariners 0–7 Hernández (6–5) Vázquez (6–7) 46,309 47–30
July (19–7)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
78 July 1 Mariners 4–2 Sabathia (10–3) Aardsma (0–5) Rivera (18) 45,591 48–30
79 July 2 Blue Jays 1–6 (11) Frasor (3–1) Robertson (0–3) 45,792 48–31
80 July 3 Blue Jays 11–3 Pettitte (10–2) Romero (6–5) 46,364 49–31
81 July 4 Blue Jays 7–6 (10) Robertson (1–3) Purcey (0–1) 46,810 50–31
82 July 5 @ Athletics 3–1 Vázquez (7–7) Sheets (3–8) Rivera (19) 27,405 51–31
83 July 6 @ Athletics 6–1 Sabathia (11–3) Cahill (8–3) 29,473 52–31
84 July 7 @ Athletics 6–2 Burnett (7–7) Gonzalez (7–6) 31,518 53–31
85 July 8 @ Mariners 3–1 Pettitte (11–2) Aardsma (0–6) Rivera (20) 37,432 54–31
86 July 9 @ Mariners 6–1 Hughes (11–2) Pauly (0–1) 39,645 55–31
87 July 10 @ Mariners 1–4 Hernández (7–5) Chamberlain (1–4) 42,558 55–32
88 July 11 @ Mariners 8–2 Sabathia (12–3) Rowland-Smith (1–9) 42,069 56–32
All-Star Break: NL defeats AL 3–1
89 July 16 Rays 5–4 Rivera (3–1) Choate (2–3) 47,524 57–32
90 July 17 Rays 5–10 Niemann (8–2) Burnett (7–8) 48,957 57–33
91 July 18 Rays 9–5 Park (2–1) Price (12–5) 46,969 58–33
92 July 20 Angels 2–10 O'Sullivan (1–0) Hughes (11–3) 47,775 58–34
93 July 21 Angels 10–6 Vázquez (8–7) Piñeiro (10–7) 47,521 59–34
94 July 22 Royals 10–4 Sabathia (13–3) Chen (5–4) 47,484 60–34
95 July 23 Royals 7–1 Burnett (8–8) Bannister (7–9) 46,801 61–34
96 July 24 Royals 4–7 Davies (5–6) Mitre (0–2) Soria (27) 48,138 61–35
97 July 25 Royals 12–6 Hughes (12–3) O'Sullivan (1–1) 47,890 62–35
98 July 26 @ Indians 3–2 Vázquez (9–7) Westbrook (6–7) Rivera (21) 27,224 63–35
99 July 27 @ Indians 1–4 Tomlin 1–0 Sabathia (13–4) C. Perez (10) 27,416 63–36
100 July 28 @ Indians 8–0 Burnett (9–8) Carmona (10–8) 22,965 64–36
101 July 29 @ Indians 11–4 Moseley (1–0) Herrmann (0–1) 34,455 65–36
102 July 30 @ Rays 2–3 Davis (9–9) Hughes (12–4) Soriano (29) 36,973 65–37
103 July 31 @ Rays 5–4 Robertson (2–3) Soriano (2–1) Rivera (22) 36,973 66–37
August (16–13)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
104 August 1 @ Rays 0–3 Shields (10–9) Sabathia (13–5) Soriano (30) 36,973 66–38
105 August 2 Blue Jays 6–8 Morrow (8–6) Burnett (9–8) Gregg (24) 47,034 66–39
106 August 3 Blue Jays 2–8 Romero (9–7) Moseley (1–1) 46,480 66–40
107 August 4 Blue Jays 5–1 Hughes (13–4) Marcum (10–5) 47,659 67–40
108 August 6 Red Sox 3–6 Buchholz (12–5) Vázquez (9–8) Papelbon (27) 49,555 67–41
109 August 7 Red Sox 5–2 Sabathia (14–5) Lackey (10–7) Rivera (23) 49,716 68–41
110 August 8 Red Sox 7–2 Moseley (2–1) Beckett (3–2) 49,096 69–41
111 August 9 Red Sox 1–2 Lester (12–7) Hughes (13–5) Papelbon (28) 49,476 69–42
112 August 10 @ Rangers 3–4 (10) Feliz (3–2) Rivera (3–2) 46,121 69–43
113 August 11 @ Rangers 7–6 Wood (2–4) Feliz (3–3) Rivera (24) 48,676 70–43
114 August 12 @ Royals 4–3 Sabathia (15–5) Chen (7–6) Robertson (1) 23,337 71–43
115 August 13 @ Royals 3–4 Davies (6–7) Moseley (2–2) Soria (32) 30,680 71–44
116 August 14 @ Royals 8–3 Hughes (14–5) O'Sullivan (1–4) 34,206 72–44
117 August 15 @ Royals 0–1 Bullington (1–2) Burnett (9–10) Soria (33) 26,012 72–45
118 August 16 Tigers 1–3 Scherzer (8–9) Vázquez (9–9) Valverde (23) 46,098 72–46
119 August 17 Tigers 6–2 Sabathia (16–5) Verlander (13–8) 46,906 73–46
120 August 18 Tigers 9–5 Moseley (3–2) Bonderman (6–9) 46,479 74–46
121 August 19 Tigers 11–5 Hughes (15–5) Porcello (5–11) Mitre (1) 48,143 75–46
122 August 20 Mariners 0–6 Hernández (9–10) Burnett (9–11) 46,493 75–47
123 August 21 Mariners 9–5 Logan (1–0) Vargas (9–6) Rivera (25) 48,158 76–47
124 August 22 Mariners 10–0 Sabathia (17–5) French (2–4) 46,778 77–47
125 August 23 @ Blue Jays 2–3 Downs (5–5) Robertson (2–4) Gregg (28) 29,198 77–48
126 August 24 @ Blue Jays 11–5 Moseley (4–2) Rzepczynski (1–2) 30,567 78–48
127 August 25 @ Blue Jays 2–6 Cecil (11–6) Hughes (15–6) Gregg (29) 31,449 78–49
128 August 27 @ White Sox 4–9 García (11–5) Burnett (9–12) 38,596 78–50
129 August 28 @ White Sox 12–9 Sabathia (18–5) Danks (12–9) Rivera (26) 38,811 79–50
130 August 29 @ White Sox 2–1 Nova (1–0) Floyd (9–11) Rivera (27) 39,433 80–50
131 August 30 Athletics 11–5 Vázquez (10–9) Cahill (14–6) 46,356 81–50
132 August 31 Athletics 9–3 Hughes (16–6) Mazzaro (6–7) 44,575 82–50
September (12–15)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
133 September 1 Athletics 4–3 Burnett (10–12) Anderson (3–6) Rivera (28) 45,222 83–50
134 September 2 Athletics 5–0 Sabathia (19–5) Braden (9–10) 44,644 84–50
135 September 3 Blue Jays 7–3 Wood (3–4) Morrow (10–7) 44,739 85–50
136 September 4 Blue Jays 7–5 Chamberlain (2–4) Frasor (3–4) Rivera (29) 47,478 86–50
137 September 5 Blue Jays 3–7 Cecil (12–7) Hughes (16–7) 47,737 86–51
138 September 6 Orioles 3–4 Matusz (8–12) Burnett (10–13) Uehara (7) 46,103 86–52
139 September 7 Orioles 2–6 Arrieta (5–6) Sabathia (19–6) 46,432 86–53
140 September 8 Orioles 3–2 Chamberlain (3–4) Uehara (1–1) 44,163 87–53
141 September 10 @ Rangers 5–6 (13) Feldman (7–10) Gaudin (0–4) 46,179 87–54
142 September 11 @ Rangers 6–7 Ogando (4–1) Rivera (3–3) 49,210 87–55
143 September 12 @ Rangers 1–4 Lee (11–8) Moseley (4–3) Feliz (36) 42,007 87–56
144 September 13 @ Rays 0–1 (11) Balfour (2–1) Mitre (0–3) 26,907 87–57
145 September 14 @ Rays 8–7 (10) Robertson (3–4) Wheeler (2–3) Rivera (30) 28,713 88–57
146 September 15 @ Rays 3–4 Qualls (2–4) Hughes (16–8) Soriano (43) 29,733 88–58
147 September 17 @ Orioles 4–3 Robertson (4–4) Uehara (1–2) Rivera (31) 32,874 89–58
148 September 18 @ Orioles 11–3 Sabathia (20–6) Guthrie (10–14) 48,775 90–58
149 September 19 @ Orioles 3–4 (11) Gonzalez (1–3) Robertson (4–5) 39,537 90–59
150 September 20 Rays 8–6 Gaudin (1–4) Garza (14–9) Rivera (32) 47,437 91–59
151 September 21 Rays 8–3 Hughes (17–8) Shields (13–13) Chamberlain (3) 46,609 92–59
152 September 22 Rays 2–7 Hellickson (4–0) Burnett (10–14) 46,986 92–60
153 September 23 Rays 3–10 Price (18–6) Sabathia (20–7) 47,646 92–61
154 September 24 Red Sox 8–10 Beckett (6–5) Pettitte (11–3) Papelbon (37) 49,457 92–62
155 September 25 Red Sox 3–7 Lester (19–8) Nova (1–1) 49,558 92–63
156 September 26 Red Sox 4–3 (10) Logan (2–0) Okajima (4–4) 49,199 93–63
157 September 27 @ Blue Jays 5–7 Rzepczynski (3–4) Burnett (10–15) Gregg (36) 16,004 93–64
158 September 28 @ Blue Jays 6–1 Sabathia (21–6) Drabek (0–2) 16,208 94–64
159 September 29 @ Blue Jays 4–8 Cecil (15–7) Vázquez (10–10) 33,143 94–65
October (1–2)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
October 1 @ Red Sox Postponed due to rain
160 October 2 @ Red Sox 6–5 (10) Hughes (18–8) Papelbon (5–7) Rivera (33) 37,467 95–65
161 October 2 @ Red Sox 6–7 (10) Manuel (1–0) Nova (1–2) 37,589 95–66
162 October 3 @ Red Sox 4–8 Lackey (14–11) Moseley (4–4) 37,453 95–67

Postseason Game log

Legend
Yankees Win Yankees Loss Game Postponed
2010 Postseason Game Log
ALDS vs Twins (Yankees win series 3–0)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 October 6 @ Twins 6–4 Sabathia (1–0) Crain (0–1) Rivera (1) 42,032 1–0
2 October 7 @ Twins 5–2 Pettitte (1–0) Pavano (0–1) Rivera (2) 42,035 2–0
3 October 9 Twins 6–1 Hughes (1–0) Duensing (0–1) 50,840 3–0
ALCS vs Rangers (Yankees lose series 2–4)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 October 15 @ Rangers 6–5 Moseley (1–0) O'Day (0–1) Rivera (1) 50,930 1–0
2 October 16 @ Rangers 2–7 Lewis (1–0) Hughes (0–1) 50,362 1–1
3 October 18 Rangers 0–8 Lee (1–0) Pettitte (0–1) 49,480 1–2
4 October 19 Rangers 3–10 Holland (1–0) Burnett (0–1) Oliver (1) 49,977 1–3
5 October 20 Rangers 7–2 Sabathia (1–0) Wilson (0–1) 49,832 2–3
6 October 22 @ Rangers 1–6 Lewis (2–0) Hughes (0–2) 51,404 2–4

Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees International League Dave Miley
AA Trenton Thunder Eastern League Tony Franklin
A Tampa Yankees Florida State League Torre Tyson
A Charleston RiverDogs South Atlantic League Greg Colbrunn
A-Short Season Staten Island Yankees New York–Penn League Josh Paul and Jody Reed
Rookie GCL Yankees Gulf Coast League Tom Slater

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS: Tampa

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