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2013 New York Yankees season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2013 New York Yankees
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record85–77 (.525)
Divisional place3rd
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 2013 New York Yankees season was the 113th season for the New York Yankees franchise. The Yankees began their season at home with an 8–2 loss against the Boston Red Sox on April 1.[1] They finished tied for third place in the American League East with an 85-77 record, which was their worst since 1992. The Yankees failed to reach the playoffs for the first time since 2008 and only the second time in nineteen years.

Longtime Yankees closer Mariano Rivera and longtime starting pitcher Andy Pettitte each retired following the 2013 season.

Pre-season acquisitions

  • On November 20, the Yankees re-signed Hiroki Kuroda to a one-year contract worth $15 million.[2]
  • On November 28, the Yankees re-signed Andy Pettitte to a one-year contract worth $12 million.[3]
  • On November 30, the Yankees re-signed Mariano Rivera to a one-year contract worth $10 million.[4]
  • On December 14, the Yankees signed Kevin Youkilis to a one-year contract worth $12 million.[5]
  • On December 19, the Yankees re-signed Ichiro Suzuki to a two-year contract worth $13 million.[6]
  • On February 1, the Yankees signed Travis Hafner to a one-year contract worth $2 million.[7]
  • On March 15, the Yankees signed Brennan Boesch to a one-year contract worth $1.5 million.[8]
  • On March 26, the Yankees acquired Vernon Wells in a trade for two minor league players.[9][10]

Regular season

Mariano Rivera received a standing ovation during the Major League Baseball All-Star Game at Citi Field during his retirement tour in his final Major League Baseball season. Rivera also received gifts from each team as he made his final appearance at each ballpark during the season.
Mariano Rivera received a standing ovation during the Major League Baseball All-Star Game at Citi Field during his retirement tour in his final Major League Baseball season. Rivera also received gifts from each team as he made his final appearance at each ballpark during the season.

April

Following a sour four-game sweep in the 2012 American League Championship Series and the loss of Derek Jeter to a broken ankle, expectations entering the Yankees' 113th season were uncharacteristically low. With the Blue Jays and Red Sox each making key acquisitions in the offseason as Yankee GM Brian Cashman's adjusted his strategy toward salary reduction, the American League East Division's reputation as a perennial powerhouse had shifted sharply against the Yankees. On Opening Day, the Bombers hosted their long–time rivals, the Boston Red Sox, but lost 8–2. Their next game was also a defeat, but veteran pitcher Andy Pettitte was able to prevent an early sweep by pitching to a 4–2 victory. Mariano Rivera would also earn his first save in what would be a farewell tour of sorts for the future Hall of Fame closer.

Much to the surprise of fans and pundits alike, the injury-plagued Yankees held a first place lead in the division at the end of April with a record of 16–10. On April 12, they turned a 4–6–5–6–5–3–4 triple play in the 8th inning of a 5-2 win against the Baltimore Orioles.

May

On May 9, Yankees second baseman Robinson Canó hit his 1500th career hit with a single to center field at Coors Field in a 3-1 win against the Colorado Rockies. Without the help of core players Derek Jeter, Alex Rodriguez, Curtis Granderson, and Mark Teixeira, all of whom had been assigned to extended DL stints, the Yankees remained competitive through shrewd acquisitions of journeyman and platoon roleplayers such as Travis Hafner, Brennan Boesch, Lyle Overbay, and former Boston Red Sox first-baseman Kevin Youkilis. Though Granderson and Teixeira would return to the Yankee lineup by early summer, both would return to the DL after each suffered further injury. On May 30, the Yankees were swept by their crosstown rival New York Mets for the first time in the season series between the teams after a 3–1 loss at home. The Mets' sweep come a full decade after the 2003 Yankees won all six games from the Mets.[11][12] In the second game, Mariano Rivera suffered his first blown save of the season and the first in his career where he failed to get an out by allowing two runs in the ninth in a 2-1 loss.

June

Despite entering the month of June with winning records for both April and May, the Yankees would finish the month with unimpressive offensive productivity and, due in large part to continued injury, a frustratingly inconsistent lineup. Following a sweep of the Cleveland Indians, the Yankees took three out of four games in Seattle and seemed capable of maintaining competitiveness until some of their core players returned. On June 8, Andy Pettitte won his 250th career win and Mariano Rivera continued his age-defying season by earning his 22nd save. But by the end of an extended west coast trip, Kevin Youkilis and Mark Teixeira's injuries were aggravated and both were lost for the remainder of the season. The Yankees lost three games against the Oakland Athletics, including the 18-inning finale to complete the sweep. The end of June looked bleak for the Yankees, winning only one of three games against the Texas Rangers and getting swept by the Baltimore Orioles for the first time since 2005. The Yankees finished June with a record of 11 wins and 16 losses, the first time they finished a month with a losing record since September 2010, where they went 12–15.

July

Alfonso Soriano returned to the Yankees in July as a result of a trade with the Chicago Cubs.
Alfonso Soriano returned to the Yankees in July as a result of a trade with the Chicago Cubs.

July showed some improvement after winning six straight games, their longest winning streak of the year. On July 1, pitcher Andy Pettitte recorded his 1,958th strikeout as a Yankee, becoming the franchise's all-time strikeout leader with a strikeout of the Minnesota Twins' Justin Morneau, surpassing Whitey Ford. They swept a four-game set against the Twins in Minnesota and won the first two of three at home versus the Orioles, but Rivera's second blown save of the season, similar to the first (allowing two runs in the ninth in a 2-1 loss) snapped the streak. The Yankees finished the first half by losing two of three to the Twins at home for the first time since 2001.

As was originally hoped at the beginning of the year, the return of much-needed reinforcements had started to look promising. Derek Jeter came back to the lineup for the first time since breaking his ankle in the 2012 ALCS, picking up a hit in his first at bat. Long-injured starting pitcher Michael Pineda also began playing in game situations in the minors, and third-baseman Alex Rodriguez had started at 20-game rehab assignment in Scranton. But Jeter's return was quickly marred by a quadriceps strain that would sideline the captain for several weeks after only one game.

With the summer trade deadline quickly approaching, the lack of right handed power, and the return dates of Rodriguez, Jeter, and Granderson still uncertain, the Yankees acquired outfielder Alfonso Soriano from the Chicago Cubs in the hopes of increasing the team's dismal power numbers (Soriano had hit 8 home runs the month prior to moving to New York, which is one more home run than the entire Yankee team had hit during that span). Soriano, who started his career with the Yankees, received a warm ovation from the Yankee fans upon his return on July 26. The New York Post reported soon after that Brian Cashman had reservations about acquiring Soriano, but was overruled by Yankee management.

Derek Jeter returned to the Yankee lineup for the second time on July 28 and hit a solo home run on the first pitch of his first at bat. Alfonso Soriano would hit a walk-off single to give the Yankees a 6–5 victory.

August

On August 5, Alex Rodriguez was suspended for 211 games (until the end of the 2014 MLB season) for his involvement with the South Florida anti-aging clinic Biogenesis. He promptly appealed this suspension and was allowed to resume play for the rest of the season, but the suspension was upheld for the entire 2014 MLB regular season and postseason.[13]

On August 22, the Yankees swept a four-game set versus the Toronto Blue Jays at home for a perfect 10-0 home record versus them.

September

After sweeping a three-game set at home versus the Chicago White Sox to start the month after being swept by them in Chicago on August 5–7 for the second straight year, the Yankees lost the first three of four at home to the Red Sox with Rivera blowing two saves, but won the last on a ninth inning wild pitch. They took three of four from the Orioles in Camden Yards before being swept by the Red Sox at Fenway Park.

The Yankees closed interleague play with three games at home versus the San Francisco Giants. On September 20, Alex Rodriguez hit his 24th career grand slam to surpass Lou Gehrig as the all-time grand slam leader in a 5-1 win. Iván Nova pitched a complete shutout in the Yankees 6-0 win. In the series finale, Pettitte made his final home start in a 2-1 loss.

On September 25, 2013, the Yankees lost to the Tampa Bay Rays, which for the second time in the wild card era, eliminated them from making the playoffs for the first time since 2008.[14] The Rays swept the three-game set in the Bronx for the first time ever and Rivera made his final appearance in the 8th inning of the series finale, retiring all four batters he faced.

The Yankees finished the season by sweeping the Houston Astros at Minute Maid Park with Pettitte earning his final victory in the second game.

Roster

2013 New York Yankees
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Other batters

Manager

Coaches

Starters by position

Note: Pos = position

Pos Player
C Chris Stewart
1B Lyle Overbay
LF Curtis Granderson
3B Alex Rodriguez
2B Robinson Canó
SS Eduardo Núñez
CF Brett Gardner
RF Ichiro Suzuki
DH Alfonso Soriano

Pitching rotation

# Spot in rotation Player
#1 CC Sabathia
#2 Hiroki Kuroda
#3 Andy Pettitte
#4 Phil Hughes
#5 Iván Nova

Season standings

American League East

AL East W L Pct. GB Home Road
Boston Red Sox 97 65 0.599 53–28 44–37
Tampa Bay Rays 92 71 0.564 51–30 41–41
New York Yankees 85 77 0.525 12 46–35 39–42
Baltimore Orioles 85 77 0.525 12 46–35 39–42
Toronto Blue Jays 74 88 0.457 23 40–41 34–47


American League Wild Card

Division Winners W L Pct.
Boston Red Sox 97 65 0.599
Oakland Athletics 96 66 0.593
Detroit Tigers 93 69 0.574


Wild Card teams
(Top two qualify for postseason)
W L Pct. GB
Cleveland Indians 92 70 0.568
Tampa Bay Rays 92 71 0.564
Texas Rangers 91 72 0.558 1
Kansas City Royals 86 76 0.531
Baltimore Orioles 85 77 0.525
New York Yankees 85 77 0.525
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 78 84 0.481 13½
Toronto Blue Jays 74 88 0.457 17½
Seattle Mariners 71 91 0.438 20½
Minnesota Twins 66 96 0.407 25½
Chicago White Sox 63 99 0.389 28½
Houston Astros 51 111 0.315 40½


Game log

Legend
Yankees Win Yankees Loss Game Postponed
Game Log
April (16–10)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Boxscore
1 April 1 Red Sox 2–8 Lester (1–0) Sabathia (0–1) 49,514 0–1 L1
2 April 3 Red Sox 4–7 Buchholz (1–0) Kuroda (0–1) Hanrahan (1) 40,216 0–2 L2
3 April 4 Red Sox 4–2 Pettitte (1–0) Dempster (0–1) Rivera (1) 40,611 1–2 W1
4 April 5 @ Tigers 3–8 Fister (1–0) Nova (0–1) Smyly (1) 45,051 1–3 L1
5 April 6 @ Tigers 4–8 Scherzer (1–0) Hughes (0–1) 42,453 1–4 L2
6 April 7 @ Tigers 7–0 Sabathia (1–1) Verlander (1–1) 39,829 2–4 W1
7 April 8 @ Indians 11–6 Kuroda (1–1) Jiménez (0–1) 41,567 3–4 W2
8 April 9 @ Indians 14–1 Pettitte (2–0) Carrasco (0–1) 12,663 4–4 W3
April 10 @ Indians Postponed (rain). Makeup Date May 13.
April 11 @ Indians Postponed (rain). Makeup Date May 13.
9 April 12 Orioles 5–2 Sabathia (2–1) González (1–1) Rivera (2) 35,033 5–4 W4
10 April 13 Orioles 3–5 Hammel (2–1) Hughes (0–2) Johnson (5) 41,851 5–5 L1
11 April 14 Orioles 3–0 Kuroda (2–1) Chen (0–2) 34,154 6–5 W1
12 April 16 Diamondbacks 4–2 Nova (1–1) McCarthy (0–2) Rivera (3) 34,107 7–5 W2
13 April 17 Diamondbacks 4–3 Sabathia (3–1) Hernandez (0–1) Rivera (4) 34,369 8–5 W3
14 April 18 Diamondbacks 2–6 (12) Bell (1–0) Phelps (0–1) 36,033 8–6 L1
15 April 19 @ Blue Jays 9–4 Pettitte (3–0) Morrow (0–2) 40,028 9–6 W1
16 April 20 @ Blue Jays 5–3 (11) Kelley (1–0) Loup (1–1) Rivera (5) 46,095 10–6 W2
17 April 21 @ Blue Jays 4–8 Cecil (1–0) Logan (0–1) 45,575 10–7 L1
18 April 22 @ Rays 1–5 Moore (4–0) Sabathia (3–2) 15,331 10–8 L2
19 April 23 @ Rays 4–3 Robertson (1–0) Price (0–2) Rivera (6) 17,644 11–8 W1
20 April 24 @ Rays 0–3 Cobb (3–1) Pettitte (3–1) Rodney (3) 19,177 11–9 L1
21 April 25 Blue Jays 5–3 Kuroda (3–1) Buehrle (1–1) Rivera (7) 31,445 12–9 W1
22 April 26 Blue Jays 6–4 Phelps (1–1) Lincoln (0–1) Rivera (8) 36,151 13–9 W2
23 April 27 Blue Jays 5–4 Sabathia (4–2) Rogers (1–2) Chamberlain (1) 40,258 14–9 W3
24 April 28 Blue Jays 3–2 Logan (1–1) Dickey (2–4) Rivera (9) 36,872 15–9 W4
25 April 29 Astros 1–9 Harrell (3–2) Pettitte (3–2) 34,262 15–10 L1
26 April 30 Astros 7–4 Kuroda (4–1) Humber (0–6) Rivera (10) 34,301 16–10 W1
May (15–13)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Boxscore
27 May 1 Astros 5–4 Logan (2–1) Clemens (1–1) Rivera (11) 34,117 17–10 W2
28 May 3 Athletics 0–2 Griffin (3–2) Sabathia (4–3) Balfour (4) 38,090 17–11 L1
29 May 4 Athletics 4–2 Hughes (1–2) Colón (3–1) 41,349 18–11 W1
30 May 5 Athletics 4–5 Doolittle (2–0) Logan (2–2) Balfour (5) 38,134 18–12 L1
31 May 7 @ Rockies 0–2 de la Rosa (3–3) Kuroda (4–2) Betancourt (9) 41,595 18–13 L2
32 May 8 @ Rockies 3–2 Robertson (2–0) Betancourt (1–1) Rivera (12) 40,148 19–13 W1
33 May 9 @ Rockies 3–1 Warren (1–0) Francis (1–3) Rivera (13) 40,972 20–13 W2
34 May 10 @ Royals 11–6 Hughes (2–2) Davis (2–3) 24,521 21–13 W3
35 May 11 @ Royals 3–2 Pettitte (4–2) Shields (2–3) Rivera (14) 30,910 22–13 W4
36 May 12 @ Royals 4–2 Kuroda (5–2) Santana (3–2) Rivera (15) 29,515 23–13 W5
37 May 13 @ Indians 0–1 Masterson (6–2) Phelps (1–2) 23,299 23–14 L1
38 May 13 @ Indians 7–0 Nuño (1–0) Bauer (1–2) Warren (1) 23,299 24–14 W1
39 May 14 Mariners 4–3 Kelley (2–0) Furbush (0–2) Rivera (16) 41,267 25–14 W2
40 May 15 Mariners 2–12 Iwakuma (5–1) Hughes (2–3) 34,081 25–15 L1
41 May 16 Mariners 2–3 Pérez (1–0) Pettitte (4–3) Wilhelmsen (11) 35,392 25–16 L2
42 May 17 Blue Jays 5–0 Kuroda (6–2) Buehrle (1–3) 40,008 26–16 W1
43 May 18 Blue Jays 7–2 Phelps (2–2) Morrow (1–3) 45,577 27–16 W2
May 19 Blue Jays Postponed (rain).
44 May 20 @ Orioles 6–4 (10) Robertson (3–0) Strop (0–2) Rivera (17) 24,133 28–16 W3
45 May 21 @ Orioles 2–3 (10) Johnson (2–4) Nuño (1–1) 29,040 28–17 L1
46 May 22 @ Orioles 3–6 Hammel (6–2) Kuroda (6–3) 26,725 28–18 L2
47 May 24 @ Rays 9–4 Phelps (3–2) Hernández (2–5) 17,825 29–18 W1
48 May 25 @ Rays 4–3 (11) Nova (2–1) Lueke (0–2) Rivera (18) 25,874 30–18 W2
49 May 26 @ Rays 3–8 Cobb (6–2) Sabathia (4–4) 24,159 30–19 L1
50 May 27 @ Mets 1–2 Lyon (2–2) Robertson (3–1) Parnell (8) 32,911 30–20 L2
51 May 28 @ Mets 1–2 Rice (3–3) Rivera (0–1) 31,877 30–21 L3
52 May 29 Mets 4–9 Hefner (1–5) Phelps (3–3) 43,681 30–22 L4
53 May 30 Mets 1–3 Gee (3–6) Nuño (1–2) Parnell (9) 44,207 30–23 L5
54 May 31 Red Sox 4–1 Sabathia (5–4) Lester (6–2) Rivera (19) 45,141 31–23 W1
June (11–16)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Boxscore
55 June 1 Red Sox 1–11 Doubront (4–2) Hughes (2–4) 48,784 31–24 L1
56 June 2 Red Sox 0–3 Buchholz (8–0) Kuroda (6–4) 43,613 31–25 L2
57 June 3 Indians 7–4 Kelley (3–0) Masterson (8–4) Rivera (20) 40,007 32–25 W1
58 June 4 Indians 4–3 Phelps (4–3) Kazmir (3–3) Rivera (21) 36,208 33–25 W2
59 June 5 Indians 6–4 Sabathia (6–4) Kluber (3–4) 42,477 34–25 W3
60 June 6 @ Mariners 6–1 Hughes (3–4) Harang (2–6) 18,776 35–25 W4
61 June 7 @ Mariners 1–4 Bonderman (1–1) Kuroda (6–5) Wilhelmsen (15) 26,248 35–26 L1
62 June 8 @ Mariners 3–1 Pettitte (5–3) Saunders (4–6) Rivera (22) 38,252 36–26 W1
63 June 9 @ Mariners 2–1 Robertson (4–1) Medina (1–2) Rivera (23) 43,389 37–26 W2
64 June 11 @ Athletics 4–6 Colón (8–2) Sabathia (6–5) Balfour (16) 27,118 37–27 L1
64 June 11 @ Athletics 2–5 Straily (4–2) Hughes (3–5) Balfour (17) 25,176 37–28 L2
66 June 13 @ Athletics 2–3 (18) Chavez (1–0) Claiborne (0–1) 27,569 37–29 L3
67 June 14 @ Angels 2–5 Wilson (5–5) Pettitte (5–4) Frieri (15) 40,621 37–30 L4
68 June 15 @ Angels 2–6 Hanson (4–2) Phelps (4–4) 40,486 37–31 L5
69 June 16 @ Angels 6–5 Sabathia (7–5) Weaver (1–3) Rivera (24) 41,204 38–31 W1
June 18 Dodgers Postponed (rain). Makeup Date June 19.
70 June 19 Dodgers 6–4 Kuroda (7–5) Ryu (6–3) Rivera (25) 40,604 39–31 W2
71 June 19 Dodgers 0–6 Capuano (2–4) Hughes (3–6) 41,320 39–32 L1
72 June 20 Rays 3–8 Moore (9–3) Pettitte (5–5) 37,649 39–33 L2
73 June 21 Rays 6–2 Phelps (5–4) Hernández (4–8) 41,123 40–33 W1
74 June 22 Rays 7–5 Sabathia (8–5) Peralta (1–4) Rivera (26) 48,013 41–33 W2
75 June 23 Rays 1–3 Archer (2–3) Nova (2–2) Rodney (15) 46,054 41–34 L1
76 June 25 Rangers 4–3 Rivera (1–1) Scheppers (5–1) 41,674 42–34 W1
77 June 26 Rangers 5–8 Grimm (7–5) Pettitte (5–6) Nathan (26) 38,264 42–35 L1
78 June 27 Rangers 0–2 Holland (6–4) Hughes (3–7) 42,138 42–36 L2
79 June 28 @ Orioles 3–4 Gausman (1–3) Sabathia (8–6) Hunter (2) 40,041 42–37 L3
80 June 29 @ Orioles 3–11 Britton (2–2) Phelps (5–5) 46,607 42–38 L4
81 June 30 @ Orioles 2–4 Tillman (10–2) Kuroda (7–6) Johnson (28) 40,878 42–39 L5
July (14–12)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Boxscore
82 July 1 @ Twins 10–4 Chamberlain (1–0) Burton (1–6) 29,619 43–39 W1
83 July 2 @ Twins 7–3 Hughes (4–7) Deduno (4–3) Rivera (27) 29,029 44–39 W2
84 July 3 @ Twins 3–2 Sabathia (9–6) Walters (2–5) Rivera (28) 38,457 45–39 W3
85 July 4 @ Twins 9–5 Phelps (6–5) Gibson (1–1) 38,260 46–39 W4
86 July 5 Orioles 3–2 Nova (3–2) Johnson (2–7) 43,396 47–39 W5
87 July 6 Orioles 5–4 Pettitte (6–6) Tillman (10–3) Rivera (29) 42,678 48–39 W6
88 July 7 Orioles 1–2 O'Day (5–0) Rivera (1–2) Johnson (30) 40,218 48–40 L1
89 July 8 Royals 1–5 Guthrie (8–6) Hughes (4–8) Holland (21) 35,057 48–41 L2
90 July 9 Royals 1–3 Shields (4–6) Sabathia (9–7) Holland (22) 35,797 48–42 L3
91 July 10 Royals 8–1 Nova (4–2) Davis (4–8) 35,781 49–42 W1
92 July 11 Royals 8–4 Pettitte (7–6) Santana (5–6) 40,381 50–42 W2
93 July 12 Twins 2–0 Kuroda (8–6) Pressly (2–2) Rivera (30) 40,247 51–42 W3
94 July 13 Twins 1–4 Deduno (5–4) Hughes (4–9) Perkins (21) 40,301 51–43 L1
95 July 14 Twins 4–10 Gibson (2–2) Sabathia (9–8) 43,131 51–44 L2
All-Star Break: AL defeats NL 3–0
96 July 19 @ Red Sox 2–4 Doubront (7–3) Pettitte (7–7) Uehara (9) 38,130 51–45 L3
97 July 20 @ Red Sox 5–2 Kuroda (9–6) Lackey (7–7) Rivera (31) 37,601 52–45 W1
98 July 21 @ Red Sox 7–8 (11) Beato (1–0) Warren (1–1) 38,138 52–46 L1
99 July 22 @ Rangers 0–3 Darvish (9–4) Nova (4–3) Nathan (31) 42,058 52–47 L2
100 July 23 @ Rangers 5–4 Chamberlain (2–0) Nathan (1–1) Rivera (32) 42,739 53–47 W1
101 July 24 @ Rangers 1–3 Garza (7–1) Pettitte (7–8) Nathan (32) 42,360 53–48 L1
102 July 25 @ Rangers 2–0 Kuroda (10–6) Holland (8–6) Rivera (33) 35,139 54–48 W1
103 July 26 Rays 6–10 Hellickson (10–3) Sabathia (9–9) Rodney (25) 44,486 54–49 L1
104 July 27 Rays 0–1 Archer (6–3) Nova (4–4) 43,424 54–50 L2
105 July 28 Rays 6–5 Rivera (2–2) McGee (2–3) 47,714 55–50 W1
106 July 30 @ Dodgers 3–2 Jansen (4–3) Kelley (3–1) 52,447 55–51 L1
107 July 31 @ Dodgers 3–0 Logan (3–2) Belisario (4–6) Rivera (34) 53,013 56–51 W1
August (16–12)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Boxscore
108 August 2 @ Padres 2–7 Cashner (8–5) Sabathia (9–10) 44,124 56–52 L1
109 August 3 @ Padres 3–0 Nova (5–4) Ross (2–5) Rivera (35) 44,184 57–52 W1
110 August 4 @ Padres 3–6 Kennedy (4–8) Hughes (4–10) Street (21) 43,504 57–53 L1
111 August 5 @ White Sox 1–8 Quintana (6–3) Pettitte (7–9) 27,948 57–54 L2
112 August 6 @ White Sox 2–3 Sale (7–11) Kuroda (10–7) Reed (27) 23,826 57–55 L3
113 August 7 @ White Sox 5–6 (12) Axelrod (4–8) Warren (1–2) 25,707 57–56 L4
114 August 9 Tigers 4–3 (10) Kelley (4–1) Alburquerque (2–3) 46,545 58–56 W1
115 August 10 Tigers 3–9 Sánchez (10–7) Hughes (4–11) 45,728 58–57 L1
116 August 11 Tigers 5–4 Rivera (3–2) Veras (0–5) 42,439 59–57 W1
117 August 12 Angels 2–1 Kuroda (11–7) Richards (3–5) Robertson (1) 37,146 60–57 W2
118 August 13 Angels 14–7 Sabathia (10–10) Vargas (6–5) 35,013 61–57 W3
119 August 14 Angels 11–3 Nova (6–4) Weaver (7–6) 38,379 62–57 W4
120 August 15 Angels 4–8 Wilson (13–6) Hughes (4–12) 44,682 62–58 L1
121 August 16 @ Red Sox 10–3 Pettitte (8–9) Doubront (8–6) 38,143 63–58 W1
122 August 17 @ Red Sox 1–6 Lackey (8–10) Kuroda (11–8) 37,517 63–59 L1
123 August 18 @ Red Sox 9–6 Sabathia (11–10) Dempster (6–9) Rivera (36) 37,917 64–59 W1
124 August 20 Blue Jays 8–4 Nova (7–4) Wagner (2–4) 40,248 65–59 W2[permanent dead link]
125 August 20 Blue Jays 3–2 Rivera (4–2) Oliver (3–4) 37,190 66–59 W3
126 August 21 Blue Jays 4–2 Huff (1–0) Dickey (9–12) Rivera (37) 36,140 67–59 W4
127 August 22 Blue Jays 5–3 Pettitte (9–9) Happ (3–3) Robertson (2) 40,116 68–59 W5
128 August 23 @ Rays 2–7 Archer (7–5) Kuroda (11–9) 24,239 68–60 L1
129 August 24 @ Rays 2–4 Price (8–5) Sabathia (11–11) Rodney (30) 32,862 68–61 L2
130 August 25 @ Rays 3–2 Logan (4–2) Wright (2–2) Rivera (38) 34,078 69–61 W1
131 August 26 @ Blue Jays 2–5 Dickey (10–12) Hughes (4–13) Janssen (24) 35,241 69–62 L1
132 August 27 @ Blue Jays 7–1 Pettitte (10–9) Happ (3–4) 34,047 70–62 W1
133 August 28 @ Blue Jays 2–7 Redmond (2–2) Kuroda (11–10) 36,565 70–63 L1
134 August 30 Orioles 8–5 Sabathia (12–11) González (8–7) Rivera (39) 45,169 71–63 W1
135 August 31 Orioles 2–0 Nova (8–4) Feldman (4–4) 42,836 72–63 W2
September (13–14)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Boxscore
136 September 1 Orioles 3–7 Gausman (2–3) Kelley (4–2) 40,361 72–64 L1
137 September 2 White Sox 9–1 Huff (2–0) Quintana (7–5) 40,125 73–64 W1
138 September 3 White Sox 6–4 Logan (5–2) Jones (4–5) Rivera (40) 33,215 74–64 W2
139 September 4 White Sox 6–5 Sabathia (13–11) Johnson (0–1) Rivera (41) 36,082 75–64 W3
140 September 5 Red Sox 8–9 Breslow (5–2) Chamberlain (2–1) Uehara (18) 40,481 75–65 L1
141 September 6 Red Sox 8–12 Workman (5–2) Claiborne (0–2) 44,117 75–66 L2
142 September 7 Red Sox 9–13 Lackey (9–12) Huff (2–1) 49,046 75–67 L3
143 September 8 Red Sox 4–3 Rivera (5–2) Workman (5–3) 43,078 76–67 W1
144 September 9 @ Orioles 2–4 Tillman (16–5) Sabathia (13–12) Johnson (43) 17,456 76–68 L1
145 September 10 @ Orioles 7–5 Warren (2–2) Gausman (2–5) Rivera (42) 25,697 77–68 W1
146 September 11 @ Orioles 5–4 Robertson (5–1) Hunter (4–4) Rivera (43) 20,141 78–68 W2
147 September 12 @ Orioles 6–5 Rivera (6–2) Johnson (3–8) 24,659 79–68 W3
148 September 13 @ Red Sox 4–8 Workman (6–3) Kuroda (11–11) 37,542 79–69 L1
149 September 14 @ Red Sox 1–5 Lester (14–8) Sabathia (13–13) 37,510 79–70 L2
150 September 15 @ Red Sox 2–9 Buchholz (11–0) Nova (8–5) 37,137 79–71 L3
151 September 17 @ Blue Jays 0–2 Dickey (13–12) Pettitte (10–10) Janssen (31) 24,894 79–72 L4
152 September 18 @ Blue Jays 4–3 Huff (3–1) Delabar (5–5) Rivera (44) 24,247 80–72 W1
153 September 19 @ Blue Jays 2–6 Redmond (4–2) Kuroda (11–12) Janssen (32) 32,003 80–73 L1
154 September 20 Giants 5–1 Sabathia (14–13) Lincecum (10–14) 41,734 81–73 W1
155 September 21 Giants 6–0 Nova (9–5) Vogelsong (3–6) 42,420 82–73 W2
156 September 22 Giants 1–2 Lopez (4–2) Pettitte (10–11) Romo (36) 49,197 82–74 L1
157 September 24 Rays 0–7 Moore (16–4) Kuroda (11–13) Odorizzi (1) 43,407 82–75 L2
158 September 25 Rays 3–8 Price (9–8) Hughes (4–14) 37,260 82–76 L3
159 September 26 Rays 0–4 Cobb (11–3) Nova (9–6) 48,675 82–77 L4
160 September 27 @ Astros 3–2 Warren (3–2) Oberholtzer (4–5) Robertson (3) 29,486 83–77 W1
161 September 28 @ Astros 2–1 Pettitte (11–11) Clemens (4–7) 37,199 84–77 W2
162 September 29 @ Astros 5–1 (14) Daley (1–0) Harrell (6–17) 40,542 85–77 W3

Detailed records

Robinson Canó played his final season with the New York Yankees in 2013 before signing a long-term deal with the Seattle Mariners at the end of the season.
Robinson Canó played his final season with the New York Yankees in 2013 before signing a long-term deal with the Seattle Mariners at the end of the season.
Andy Pettitte and Chris Stewart on September 11, 2013.
Andy Pettitte and Chris Stewart on September 11, 2013.
2013 AL Records
Source: AL Standings Head-to-Head
Team BAL BOS CWS CLE DET HOU KC LAA MIN NYY OAK SEA TB TEX TOR NL
Baltimore 11–8 4–3 3–4 4–2 4–2 3–4 5–2 3–3 9–10 5–2 2–4 6–13 5–2 10–9 11–9
Boston 8–11 4–2 6–1 3–4 6–1 2–5 3–3 4–3 13–6 3–3 6–1 12–7 2–4 11–8 14–6
Chicago 3–4 2–4 2–17 7–12 3–4 9–10 3–4 8–11 3–3 2–5 3–3 2–5 4–2 4–3 8–12
Cleveland 4–3 1–6 17–2 4–15 6–1 10–9 4–2 13–6 1–6 5–2 5–2 2–4 5–1 4–2 11–9
Detroit 2–4 4–3 12–7 15–4 6–1 9–10 0–6 11–8 3–3 3–4 5–2 3–3 3–4 5–2 12–8
Houston 2–4 1–6 4–3 1–6 1–6 2–4 10–9 1–5 1–5 4–15 9–10 2–5 2–17 3–4 8–12
Kansas City 4–3 5–2 10–9 9–10 10–9 4–2 2–5 15–4 2–5 1–5 4–3 6–1 3–3 2–4 9–11
Los Angeles 2–5 3–3 4–3 2–4 6–0 9–10 5–2 1–5 3–4 8–11 11–8 4–3 4–15 6–1 10–10
Minnesota 3–3 3–4 11–8 6–13 8–11 5–1 4–15 5–1 2–5 1–6 4–3 1–6 4–3 1–5 8–12
New York 10–9 6–13 3–3 6–1 3–3 5–1 5–2 4–3 5–2 1–5 4–3 7–12 3–4 14–5 9–11
Oakland 2–5 3–3 5–2 2–5 4–3 15–4 5–1 11–8 6–1 5–1 8–11 3–3 10–9 4–3 13–7
Seattle 4–2 1–6 3–3 2–5 2–5 10–9 3–4 8–11 3–4 3–4 11–8 3–3 7–12 3–3 8–12
Tampa Bay 13–6 7–12 5–2 4–2 3–3 5–2 1–6 3–4 6–1 12–7 3–3 3–3 4–4 11–8 12–8
Texas 2–5 4–2 2–4 1–5 4–3 17–2 3–3 15–4 3–4 4–3 9–10 12–7 4–4 1–6 10–10
Toronto 9–10 8–11 3–4 2–4 2–5 4–3 4–2 1–6 5–1 5–14 3–4 3–3 8–11 6–1 11–9


Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders International League Dave Miley
AA Trenton Thunder Eastern League Tony Franklin
A Tampa Yankees Florida State League Luis Sojo
A Charleston RiverDogs South Atlantic League Al Pedrique
A-Short Season Staten Island Yankees New York–Penn League Justin Pope
Rookie GCL Yankees 1 Gulf Coast League Tom Nieto
Rookie GCL Yankees 2 Gulf Coast League Mario Garza

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS: Trenton[15]

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