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2018 New York Yankees season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2018 New York Yankees
American League Wild Card
NewYorkYankees caplogo.svg
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record100–62 (.617)
Divisional place2nd
Other information
Owner(s)Yankee Global Enterprises
General manager(s)Brian Cashman
Manager(s)Aaron Boone
Local televisionYES Network
PIX 11[1]
(Michael Kay, Ryan Ruocco, Paul O'Neill, David Cone, several others as analysts)
Local radioWFAN SportsRadio 66 AM / 101.9 FM
New York Yankees Radio Network
(John Sterling, Suzyn Waldman)
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The 2018 New York Yankees season was the 116th season in New York City for the Yankees, and the 118th season overall for the franchise. This was the team's first season without manager Joe Girardi since 2007, and first season with manager Aaron Boone. The Yankees defeated the Oakland Athletics in the Wild Card Game before losing to the Boston Red Sox in four games in the Division Series.

Offseason

After the 2017 season, the Yankees decided not to retain Joe Girardi as their manager. The Yankees hired former player Aaron Boone to succeed him on December 4, 2017.[2][3]

Transactions

On December 9, 2017, the Yankees traded All-star second baseman Starlin Castro and two minor league prospects to the Miami Marlins for reigning NL MVP Giancarlo Stanton.[4] The deal was made official December 11. After the deal was announced, General Manager Brian Cashman received a contract extension for 5 years, reportedly worth $25 million.

On December 12, 2017, the first day of the MLB Winter Meetings, the Yankees traded Chase Headley and Bryan Mitchell to the San Diego Padres for Jabari Blash. This will be Headley's second stint with the Padres.[5]

On February 20, 2018, the Yankees acquired infielder Brandon Drury from the Arizona Diamondbacks in a three team trade along with the Tampa Bay Rays. As part of the deal, the Yankees sent prospect Nick Solak to the Rays and Arizona received prospect Taylor Widener along with Steven Souza Jr. from Tampa Bay.[6] To make room for Drury on the 40-man roster, the Yankees traded Blash to the Los Angeles Angels for a PTBNL or cash considerations.[7]

On March 12, 2018, the Yankees signed second baseman Neil Walker to a 1-year, $4 million contract.[8]

Spring Training

The Yankees finished their spring training in 4th place in the Grapefruit league with an 18–13 record with a .581 winning percentage.

Regular season

March

The Yankees began the regular season on March 29, 2018, with a 6–1 win over the Toronto Blue Jays at Rogers Centre in Toronto, Canada. They ended up going 2–1 in the first 3 games of the season.

April

On April 20, following their loss to the Toronto Blue Jays, they had a record of 9–9, and were in third place in the American League East, seven games behind the first place Boston Red Sox. They would follow this by winning 17 out of their next 18 games which would, at 26–10, give them the best record in all of MLB.[9] They finished the month going 16–9.

Yankees–Red Sox brawl

On April 11, 2018, the Yankee-Red Sox rivalry heated up at Fenway Park when the Yankees and the Boston Red Sox game broke out into a brawl.[10]

With the Yankees leading 10–6 in the 7th inning, Yankees first basemen Tyler Austin got hit by a pitch thrown by reliever Joe Kelly. Austin was drilled with a 98 MPH fastball, possibly in retaliation after Austin slid foot-first into Red Sox shortstop Brock Holt in the 3rd inning, striking his leg and breaking up a double play. Holt questioned the slide and Austin briefly got in his face before the second base umpire David Rackley intervened. The benches emptied but it turned into a harmless stare down. The play was under review and was deemed a "bona fide slide" and did not break up the double play.

Austin charged the mound and both teams benches and bullpens cleared with both Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton helping to protect their teammates, as well as conducting damage control with Red Sox players.

When the altercation settled down, Yankees third base coach Phil Nevin, who was "jawing" towards the Red Sox dugout, and Austin were ejected, along with Kelly. Also Yankees reliever Tommy Kahnle was tossed because he was "incensed" after he was pushed by an umpire in the scuffle.[11]

Discipline actions were set the next day: Kelly was fined and suspended for 6 games; Austin was fined and suspended for 5 games; while Nevin and Red Sox manager Alex Cora were issued undisclosed fines. Players on the Disabled List were also fined for entering the field during the skirmish: Yankees pitcher C.C. Sabathia and Red Sox infielders Xander Bogarts, Marco Hernández, and Dustin Pedroia.[12]

May

The Yankees started the month winning against the Houston Astros 4–0 on a go-ahead 3-run home run by Gary Sanchez.[13] They took over first place from the Boston Red Sox on May 9 by winning against them, 9–6.[14] They finished the month going 17–7, putting them with a season record of 35-17. Even so, this set them back to second place in the division, 1 1/2 games behind the Red Sox (39–18).

June

The Yankees started the month with a 4–1 victory over the Baltimore Orioles.[15] They finished the series with baseball's best record (37–17), even though they were still one game behind the Boston Red Sox (41–19) for the division lead. This happened several more times throughout the month. On June 21, the Yankees made franchise history with a win over the Seattle Mariners, making it their 50th win on the season in just their 72nd game. In previous seasons, they reached that feat eight times (7 out of 8 they made it to the World Series).[16] The Yankees finished the month losing 11–0 against the Red Sox. They went 18–9 for the month, putting their record at 53–27, one game back of the Red Sox (56–28).

July

The Yankees started the month by blowing out the Red Sox 11–1, putting them back into a tie for first place in the division. They hit 6 home runs in the game (Aaron Judge started it off with a solo shot, Gleyber Torres had a three-run blast, Aaron Hicks hit 3, and Kyle Higashioka had one for his first MLB hit), setting the team record for the most home runs hit by a team before the All-Star break with 137.[17] The Yankees sent four players to the All-Star Game in Washington, D.C. Judge and Luis Severino played, while Torres and Aroldis Chapman sat out due to injuries.[18] Before the Trade Deadline, the team acquired J. A. Happ from the Blue Jays, Zach Britton from the Orioles, Lance Lynn from the Twins, and Luke Voit from the Cardinals.[19] The Yankees finished the month winning against the Orioles 6–3, going 15–10 for the month and 68–37 overall. This, however, pushed them 5 games back of the Red Sox, who continue to own the best record in baseball at 75–35.

August

The Yankees started the month losing to the Orioles 7–5 in the series finale. They traveled to Fenway Park to face the Boston Red Sox and tried to get closer to first place in the division. However they lost in a four-game sweep to their division rivals. The Yankees snapped their five-game losing streak (their longest of the season) with a 7–0 shoutout win over the Chicago White Sox, sweeping them in three games. At home, they then took three out of four from the Texas Rangers and lost the one-game matchup against the New York Mets 8–5, that was postponed previously due to weather inclements. The Yankees played the Baltimore Orioles in a four-game series spread out over three days, which saw the Yankees sweep the series and coming back to 6 games behind the Red Sox. The month ended with the Yankees winning against the Detroit Tigers 7–5, putting them (85-50) 8 games back of the Red Sox (93–42).[20]

September

The Yankees started the month winning 2–1 against the Detroit Tigers. Masahiro Tanaka completed back-to-back outings of 7 or more innings for the first time since September 2, 2017.[21] The Boston Red Sox clinched the AL East title by winning against the Yankees 11–6 on September 20.[22] However, the Yankees clinched an AL Wild Card spot two days later by winning against the Baltimore Orioles 3–2 in 11 innings. This will be the Yankees third postseason appearance in five years, all of which will begin with the Wild Card Game.[23] On September 28, with a win over the Boston Red Sox, the Yankees clinched home field advantage and will face the Oakland Athletics in the AL Wild Card Game. The next day, with a 4th inning two-run home run by Gleyber Torres, the Yankees broke single season home run record set by the 1997 Seattle Mariners with 265 home runs (a game later 267). Also, the Yankees became the first team in MLB history to have at least 20 home runs from every spot in the batting order. As well as sharing history with the Red Sox. For the first season in MLB history both teams reached 100 wins.

October

The Yankees began the postseason by defeating the Athletics in the 2018 American League Wild Card Game 7-2. They moved on to face the Boston Red Sox in the ALDS. This was the first time since the 2004 American League Championship Series that the two teams faced each other in the postseason. They fell short in 4 games, as Boston defeated the Yankees 3 games to 1. This marks the first time in franchise history that they would lose in the postseason as a Wild Card team in back-to-back seasons.

Season standings

American League East

AL East W L Pct. GB Home Road
Boston Red Sox 108 54 0.667 57–24 51–30
New York Yankees 100 62 0.617 8 53–28 47–34
Tampa Bay Rays 90 72 0.556 18 51–30 39–42
Toronto Blue Jays 73 89 0.451 35 40–41 33–48
Baltimore Orioles 47 115 0.290 61 28–53 19–62


American League Wild Card

Division Leaders W L Pct.
Boston Red Sox 108 54 0.667
Houston Astros 103 59 0.636
Cleveland Indians 91 71 0.562


Wild Card teams
(Top two qualify for postseason)
W L Pct. GB
New York Yankees 100 62 0.617 +3
Oakland Athletics 97 65 0.599
Tampa Bay Rays 90 72 0.556 7
Seattle Mariners 89 73 0.549 8
Los Angeles Angels 80 82 0.494 17
Minnesota Twins 78 84 0.481 19
Toronto Blue Jays 73 89 0.451 24
Texas Rangers 67 95 0.414 30
Detroit Tigers 64 98 0.395 33
Chicago White Sox 62 100 0.383 35
Kansas City Royals 58 104 0.358 39
Baltimore Orioles 47 115 0.290 50


Record against opponents


Source: AL Standings Head-to-head
Team BAL BOS CWS CLE DET HOU KC LAA MIN NYY OAK SEA TB TEX TOR NL
Baltimore 3–16 3–4 2–5 2–4 1–6 2–4 1–5 1–6 7–12 1–5 1–6 8–11 3–4 5–14 7–13
Boston 16–3 3–4 3–4 4–2 3–4 5–1 6–0 4–3 10–9 2–4 4–3 11–8 6–1 15–4 16–4
Chicago 4–3 4–3 5–14 7–12 0–7 11–8 2–5 7–12 2–4 2–5 2–4 4–2 4–3 2–4 6–14
Cleveland 5–2 4–3 14–5 13–6 3–4 12–7 3–3 10–9 2–5 2–4 2–5 2–4 4–2 3–4 12–8
Detroit 4–2 2–4 12–7 6–13 1–5 8–11 3–4 7–12 3–4 0–7 3–4 2–4 3–4 4–3 6–14
Houston 6–1 4–3 7–0 4–3 5–1 5–1 13–6 4–2 2–5 12–7 9–10 3–4 12–7 4–2 13–7
Kansas City 4–2 1–5 8–11 7–12 11–8 1–5 1–6 10–9 2–5 2–5 1–5 0–7 2–5 2–5 6–14
Los Angeles 5–1 0–6 5–2 3–3 4–3 6–13 6–1 4–3 1–5 10–9 8–11 1–6 13–6 4–3 10–10
Minnesota 6–1 3–4 12–7 9–10 12–7 2–4 9–10 3–4 2–5 2–5 1–5 3–4 2–4 4–2 8–12
New York 12–7 9–10 4–2 5–2 4–3 5–2 5–2 5–1 5–2 3–3 5–1 10–9 4–3 13–6 11–9
Oakland 5–1 4–2 5–2 4–2 7–0 7–12 5–2 9–10 5–2 3–3 9–10 2–5 13–6 7–0 12–8
Seattle 6–1 3–4 4–2 5–2 4–3 10–9 5–1 11–8 5–1 1–5 10–9 6–1 10–9 3–4 6–14
Tampa Bay 11–8 8–11 2–4 4–2 4–2 4–3 7–0 6–1 4–3 9–10 5–2 1–6 5–1 13–6 7–13
Texas 4–3 1–6 3–4 2–4 4–3 7–12 5–2 6–13 4–2 3–4 6–13 9–10 1–5 3–3 9–11
Toronto 14–5 4–15 4–2 4–3 3–4 2–4 5–2 3–4 2–4 6–13 0–7 4–3 6–13 3–3 13–7

Detailed records

Roster

2018 New York Yankees
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders Manager

Coaches

Game log

Legend
  Yankees win
  Yankees loss
  Postponement
Bold Yankees team member
2018 game log: 100–62 (Home: 53–28; Away: 47–34)
March: 2–1 (Home: 0–0; Away: 2–1)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record
1 March 29 @ Blue Jays 6–1 Severino (1–0) Happ (0–1) Rogers Centre 48,115 1–0
2 March 30 @ Blue Jays 4–2 Tanaka (1–0) Sanchez (0–1) Chapman (1) Rogers Centre 33,716 2–0
3 March 31 @ Blue Jays 3–5 Tepera (1–0) Betances (0–1) Osuna (1) Rogers Centre 37,692 2–1
April: 16–9 (Home: 11–5; Away: 5–4)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record
4 April 1 @ Blue Jays 4–7 Clippard (1–0) Robertson (0–1) Oh (1) Rogers Centre 29,091 2–2
April 2 Rays Postponed (inclement weather: snow). Makeup date: April 3rd
5 April 3 Rays 11–4 Kahnle (1–0) Pruitt (1–1) Yankee Stadium 46,776 3–2
6 April 4 Rays 7–2 Severino (2–0) Snell (0–1) Yankee Stadium 40,028 4–2
7 April 5 Orioles 2—5 Cashner (1–1) Tanaka (1–1) Brach (1) Yankee Stadium 33,653 4–3
8 April 6 Orioles 3–7 Araujo (1–0) Holder (0–1) Yankee Stadium 34,244 4–4
9 April 7 Orioles 8–3 Gray (1–0) Tillman (0–2) Yankee Stadium 34,388 5–4
10 April 8 Orioles 7–8 (12) Bleier (2–0) Warren (0–1) Brach (2) Yankee Stadium 37,096 5–5
11 April 10 @ Red Sox 1–14 Sale (1–0) Severino (2–1) Fenway Park 32,357 5–6
12 April 11 @ Red Sox 10–7 Tanaka (2–1) Price (1–1) Fenway Park 32,400 6–6
13 April 12 @ Red Sox 3–6 Porcello (3–0) Gray (1–1) Kimbrel (4) Fenway Park 36,341 6–7
14 April 13 @ Tigers 8–6 Montgomery (1–0) Fiers (1–1) Chapman (2) Comerica Park 21,363 7–7
April 14 @ Tigers Postponed (inclement weather). Makeup date: June 4th, double header
April 15 @ Tigers Postponed (inclement weather). Makeup date: June 4th, double header
15 April 16 Marlins 12–1 Severino (3–1) Smith (0–2) Yankee Stadium 32,525 8–7
16 April 17 Marlins 1–9 Gracía (1–0) Tanaka (2–2) Yankee Stadium 34,005 8–8
17 April 19 Blue Jays 4–3 Green (1–0) Sanchez (1–2) Chapman (3) Yankee Stadium 36,665 9–8
18 April 20 Blue Jays 5–8 Estrada (2–1) Germán (0–1) Osuna (6) Yankee Stadium 39,197 9–9
19 April 21 Blue Jays 9–1 Montgomery (2–0) Stroman (0–2) Yankee Stadium 40,986 10–9
20 April 22 Blue Jays 5–1 Severino (4–1) García (2–1) Yankee Stadium 43,628 11–9
21 April 23 Twins 14–1 Tanaka (3–2) Odorizzi (1–2) Yankee Stadium 39,249 12–9
22 April 24 Twins 8–3 Sabathia (1–0) Berríos (2–2) Yankee Stadium 39,025 13–9
23 April 25 Twins 7–4 Green (2–0) Lynn (0–2) Chapman (4) Yankee Stadium 39,243 14–9
24 April 26 Twins 4–3 Betances (1-1) Rodney (1-2) Yankee Stadium 40,758 15–9
25 April 27 @ Angels 4–3 Robertson (1–1) Parker (0–1) Chapman (5) Angel Stadium 40,416 16–9
26 April 28 @ Angels 11–1 Tanaka (4–2) Richards (3–1) Angel Stadium 44,649 17–9
27 April 29 @ Angels 2–1 Sabathia (2–0) Skaggs (3–2) Chapman (6) Angel Stadium 44,593 18–9
28 April 30 @ Astros 1–2 Morton (4–0) Gray (1–2) Giles (3) Minute Maid Park 30,061 18–10
May: 17–8 (Home: 11–4; Away: 6–4)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record
29 May 1 @ Astros 4–0 Robertson (2–1) Giles (0–1) Minute Maid Park 34,386 19–10
30 May 2 @ Astros 4–0 Severino (5–1) Keuchel (1–5) Minute Maid Park 31,617 20–10
31 May 3 @ Astros 6–5 Shreve (1–0) Harris (1–2) Chapman (7) Minute Maid Park 34,838 21–10
32 May 4 Indians 7–6 Chapman (1–0) Ogando (0–1) Yankee Stadium 46,869 22–10
33 May 5 Indians 5–2 Gray (2–2) Bauer (2–3) Robertson (1) Yankee Stadium 43,075 23–10
34 May 6 Indians 7–4 Shreve (2–0) Allen (2–1) Yankee Stadium 40,107 24–10
35 May 8 Red Sox 3–2 Robertson (3–1) Hembree (2–1) Chapman (8) Yankee Stadium 45,773 25–10
36 May 9 Red Sox 9–6 Holder (1–1) Barnes (0–1) Chapman (9) Yankee Stadium 47,008 26–10
37 May 10 Red Sox 4–5 Kelly (2–0) Betances (1–2) Kimbrel (10) Yankee Stadium 46,899 26–11
38 May 11 Athletics 5–10 Graveman (1–5) Gray (2–3) Treinen (6) Yankee Stadium 43,093 26–12
39 May 12 Athletics 7–6 (11) Cole (2–1) Hatcher (3–1) Yankee Stadium 41,859 27–12
40 May 13 Athletics 6–2 Severino (6–1) Anderson (0–2) Yankee Stadium 40,538 28–12
41  May 15 @ Nationals 3–5 Suero (1–0) Green (4–1) Doolittle (18) Nationals Park 41,567 28–13
42 May 18 @ Royals 2-5 Junis (5–3) Sabathia (2–1) Herrera (9) Kauffman Stadium 26,433 28–14
43 May 19 @ Royals 8–3 Severino (7–1) Duffy (1–6) Kauffman Stadium 33,684 29–14
44 May 20 @ Royals 10–1 Gray (3–3) Skoglund (1–4) Kauffman Stadium 24,121 30–14
45 May 21 @ Rangers 10–5 Tanaka (5–2) Colón (2–2) Globe Life Park 29,553 31–14
46 May 22 @ Rangers 4–6 Hamels (3–4) Germán (0–2) Kela (9) Globe Life Park 30,325 31–15
47 May 23 @ Rangers 10–12 Claudio (2–2) Robertson (3–2) Kela (10) Globe Life Park 31,304 31–16
48 May 25 Angels 2–1 Green (3–0) Johnson (2–2) Chapman (10) Yankee Stadium 46,056 32–16
49 May 26 Angels 4–11 Barria (4–1) Gray (3–4) Yankee Stadium 44,565 32–17
50 May 27 Angels 3–1 Tanaka (6–2) Richards (4–4) Chapman (11) Yankee Stadium 46,109 33–17
51 May 28 Astros 1–5 Verlander (7–2) Germán (0–3) Yankee Stadium 46,583 33–18
52 May 29 Astros 6–5 (10) Chapman (2–0) Peacock (1–3) Yankee Stadium 45,458 34–18
53 May 30 Astros 5–3 Severino (8–1) Keuchel (3–7) Chapman (12) Yankee Stadium 45,229 35–18
May 31 @ Orioles Postponed (inclement weather). Makeup date: July 9th, double header
June: 18–9 (Home: 8–3; Away: 10–6)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record
54 June 1 @ Orioles 4–1 Gray (4–4) Cashner (2–7) Chapman (13) Oriole Park at Camden Yards 26,500 36–18
55 June 2 @ Orioles 8–5 Tanaka (7–2) Gausman (3–5) Oriole Park at Camden Yards 32,823 37–18
June 3 @ Orioles Postponed (inclement weather). Makeup date: August 25th, double header
56 June 4 @ Tigers 7–4 Severino (9–1) VerHagen (0–2) Chapman (14) Comerica Park 28,016 38–18
57 June 4 @ Tigers 2–4 Fiers (5–3) Germán (0–4) Greene (15) Comerica Park 24,165 38–19
58 June 5 @ Blue Jays 7–2 Sabathia (3–1) Oh (1–2) Rogers Centre 29,308 39–19
59 June 6 @ Blue Jays 3–0 (13) Robertson (4–2) Biagini (0–5) Chapman (15) Rogers Centre 27,838 40–19
60 June 8 @ Mets 4–1 Green (4–0) deGrom (4–1) Chapman (16) Citi Field 42,961 41–19
61 June 9 @ Mets 4–3 Robertson (5–2) Swarzak (0–1) Chapman (17) Citi Field 43,603 42–19
62 June 10 @ Mets 0–2 Lugo (2–1) Severino (9–2) Swarzak (1) Citi Field 36,171 42–20
63 June 12 Nationals 3–0 Sabathia (4–1) Roark (3–7) Chapman (18) Yankee Stadium 44,220 43–20
64 June 13 Nationals 4–5 Miller (4–0) Shreve (2–1) Doolittle (17) Yankee Stadium 45,030 43–21
65 June 14 Rays 4–3 Germán (1–4) Snell (8–4) Chapman (19) Yankee Stadium 45,066 44–21
66 June 15 Rays 5–0 Loáisiga (1–0) Eovaldi (1–2) Yankee Stadium 45,112 45–21
67 June 16 Rays 4–1 Severino (10–2) Yarbrough (5–3) Chapman (20) Yankee Stadium 46,249 46–21
68 June 17 Rays 1–3 Roe (1–1) Sabathia (4–2) Romo (3) Yankee Stadium 46,400 46–22
69 June 18 @ Nationals 4–2 Gray (5–4) Fedde (0–2) Chapman (21) Nationals Park 42,723 47–22
70 June 19 Mariners 7–2 Germán (2–4) Gonzales (7–4) Yankee Stadium 45,122 48–22
71 June 20 Mariners 7–5 Chapman (3–0) Cook (1–1) Yankee Stadium 46,047 49–22
72 June 21 Mariners 4–3 Severino (11–2) Paxton (6–2) Chapman (22) Yankee Stadium 46,658 50–22
73 June 22 @ Rays 1–2 Yarbrough (6–3) Sabathia (4–3) Romo (5) Tropicana Field 27,252 50–23
74 June 23 @ Rays 0–4 Font (1–3) Gray (5–5) Tropicana Field 29,831 50–24
75 June 24 @ Rays 6–7 (12) Yarbrough (7–3) Shreve (2–2) Tropicana Field 23,667 50–25
76 June 25 @ Phillies 4–2 Loáisiga (2–0) Velasquez (5–8) Chapman (23) Citizens Bank Park 44,136 51–25
77 June 26 @ Phillies 6–0 Severino (12–2) Arrieta (5–6) Citizens Bank Park 43,568 52–25
78 June 27 @ Phillies 0–3 Eflin (6–2) Cessa (0–1) Domínguez (5) Citizens Bank Park 42,028 52–26
79 June 29 Red Sox 8–1 Sabathia (5–3) Rodriguez (9–3) Yankee Stadium 47,120 53–26
80 June 30 Red Sox 0–11 Sale (8–4) Gray (5–6) Yankee Stadium 47,125 53–27
July: 15–10 (Home: 8–3; Away: 7–7)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record
81 July 1 Red Sox 11–1 Severino (13–2) Price (9–6) Yankee Stadium 46,795 54–27
82 July 2 Braves 3–5 (11) Biddle (2–0) Robertson (5–3) Minter (4) Yankee Stadium 43,792 54–28
83 July 3 Braves 8–5 Cole (3–1) Newcomb (8–3) Chapman (24) Yankee Stadium 45,448 55–28
84 July 4 Braves 6–2 Sabathia (6–3) Teherán (6–6) Yankee Stadium 46,658 56–28
85 July 6 @ Blue Jays 2–6 Biagini (1–5) Gray (5–7) Rogers Centre 37,254 56–29
86 July 7 @ Blue Jays 8–5 Severino (14–2) Happ (10–5) Rogers Centre 44,352 57–29
87 July 8 @ Blue Jays 2–1 (10) Green (5–1) Clippard (4–3) Robertson (2) Rogers Centre 39,866 58–29
88 July 9 @ Orioles 4–5 Wright (2–0) Sabathia (6–4) Britton (2) Orioles Park at Camden Yards 58–30
89 July 9 @ Orioles 10–2 Cessa (1–1) Ramirez (0–3) Gallegos (1) Orioles Park at Camden Yards 26,340 59–30
90 July 10 @ Orioles 5–6 Britton (1–0) Betances (1–3) Orioles Park at Camden Yards 18,418 59–31
91 July 11 @ Orioles 9–0 Gray (6–7) Bundy (6–9) Orioles Park at Camden Yards 17,808 60–31
92 July 12 @ Indians 7–4 Robertson (6–3) Kluber (12–5) Chapman (25) Progressive Field 31,267 61–31
93 July 13 @ Indians 5–6 Bieber (5–1) Germán (2–5) Allen (19) Progressive Field 35,078 61–32
94 July 14 @ Indians 5–4 Robertson (7–3) Clevinger (7–5) Chapman (26) Progressive Field 35,353 62–32
95 July 15 @ Indians 2–5 Carrasco (11–5) Green (5–2) Allen (20) Progressive Field 32,644 62–33
89th All-Star Game in Washington, D.C.
96 July 20 Mets 5–7 Syndergaard (6–1) Germán (2–6) Gsellman (5) Yankee Stadium 47,175 62–34
97 July 21 Mets 7–6 Gray (7–7) Matz (4–8) Shreve (1) Yankee Stadium 47,102 63–34
July 22 Mets Postponed (inclement weather). Makeup date: August 13th
98 July 23 @ Rays 6–7 Andriese (3–4) Severino (14–3) Alvarado (4) Tropicana Field 14,670 63–35
99 July 24 @ Rays 4–0 Tanaka (8–2) Chirinos (0–2) Tropicana Field 19,579 64–35
100 July 25 @ Rays 2–3 Castillo (2–1) Cessa (1–2) Romo (12) Tropicana Field 27,372 64–36
101 July 26 Royals 7–2 Gray (8–7) Junis (5–11) Yankee Stadium 46,965 65–36
July 27 Royals Postponed (inclement weather). Makeup date: July 28, double header
102 July 28 Royals 5–10 Keller (4–4) Severino (14–4) Yankee Stadium 46,571 65–37
103 July 28 Royals 5–4 Betances (2–3) Flynn (2–2) Chapman (27) Yankee Stadium 45,043 66–37
104 July 29 Royals 6–3 Happ (11–6) Smith (1–2) Chapman (28) Yankee Stadium 46,192 67–37
105 July 31 Orioles 6–3 Tanaka (9–2) Ramírez (1–4) Chapman (29) Yankee Stadium 46,473 68–37
August: 17–13 (Home: 9–8; Away: 8–5)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record
106 August 1 Orioles 5–7 Cobb (3–14) Gray (8–8) Yankee Stadium 47,206 68–38
107 August 2 @ Red Sox 7–15 Johnson (2–3) Holder (1–2) Fenway Park 37,317 68–39
108 August 3 @ Red Sox 1–4 Porcello (14–4) Severino (14–5) Fenway Park 37,231 68–40
109 August 4 @ Red Sox 1–4 Eovaldi (5–4) Adams (0–1) Fenway Park 36,699 68–41
110 August 5 @ Red Sox 4–5 (10) Barnes (4–3) Holder (1–3) Fenway Park 37,830 68–42
111 August 6 @ White Sox 7–0 Lynn (8–8) Covey (4–8) Guaranteed Rate Field 22,084 69–42
112 August 7 @ White Sox 4–3 (13) Gray (9–8) Avilán (2–1) Guaranteed Rate Field 19,643 70–42
113 August 8 @ White Sox 7–3 Severino (15–5) Giolito (7–9) Guaranteed Rate Field 27,038 71–42
114 August 9 Rangers 7–3 Happ (12–6) Jurado (2–2) Yankee Stadium 43,455 72–42
115 August 10 Rangers 7–12 Minor (9–6) Tanaka (9–3) Yankee Stadium 45,198 72–43
116 August 11 Rangers 5–3 Betances (3–3) Martin (1–3) Chapman (30) Yankee Stadium 45,933 73–43
117 August 12 Rangers 7–2 Sabathia (7–4) Pérez (2–5) Yankee Stadium 41,304 74–43
118 August 13 Mets 5–8 deGrom (7–7) Severino (15–6) Gsellman (7) Yankee Stadium 47,233 74–44
119 August 14 Rays 4–1 Happ (13–6) Wood (0–1) Chapman (31) Yankee Stadium 40,393 75–44
120 August 15 Rays 1–6 Yarbrough (11–5) Cessa (1–3) Yankee Stadium 42,716 75–45
121 August 16 Rays 1–3 Snell (14–5) Tanaka (9–4) Kolarek (1) Yankee Stadium 41,033 75–46
122 August 17 Blue Jays 7–5 (7) Green (6–2) Biagini (1–7) Robertson (3) Yankee Stadium 42,121 76–46
123 August 18 Blue Jays 11–6 Severino (16–6) Reid-Foley (0–2) Yankee Stadium 44,778 77–46
124 August 19 Blue Jays 10–2 Happ (14–6) Borucki (2–3) Yankee Stadium 43,176 78–46
125 August 21 @ Marlins 2–1 (12) Cole (4–1) Guerra (1–1) Kahnle (1) Marlins Park 26,275 79–46
126 August 22 @ Marlins 3–9 García (2–2) Lynn (8–9) Marlins Park 25,547 79–47
127 August 24 @ Orioles 7–5 (10) Green (7–2) Carroll (0–2) Britton (5) Orioles Park at Camden Yards 27,150 80–47
128 August 25 @ Orioles 10–3 Happ (15–6) Yacabonis (0–2) Cessa (1) Orioles Park at Camden Yards 32,445 81–47
129 August 25 @ Orioles 5–1 Gray (10–8) Cashner (4–12) Betances (1) Orioles Park at Camden Yards 26,236 82–47
130 August 26 @ Orioles 5–3 Severino (17–6) Bundy (7–13) Robertson (4) Orioles Park at Camden Yards 17,343 83–47
131 August 27 White Sox 2–6 Rodón (6–3) Tanaka (9–5) Yankee Stadium 41,456 83–48
132 August 28 White Sox 5–4 Betances (3–4) Covey (4–12) Yankee Stadium 40,015 84–48
133 August 29 White Sox 1–4 López (5–9) Sabathia (7–5) Fry (4) Yankee Stadium 40,887 84–49
134 August 30 Tigers 7–8 Wilson (2–4) Betances (4–4) Greene (28) Yankee Stadium 37,195 84–50
135 August 31 Tigers 7–5 Britton (2–0) Jiménez (4–4) Robertson (5) Yankee Stadium 41,026 85–50
September: 15–12 (Home: 6–5; Away: 9–7)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record
136 September 1 Tigers 2–1 Tanaka (10–5) Norris (0–3) Betances (2) Yankee Stadium 42,816 86–50
137 September 2 Tigers 7–11 Boyd (9–12) Lynn (8–10) Yankee Stadium 43,721 86–51
138 September 3 @ Athletics 3–6 Cahill (6–3) Sabathia (7–6) Treinen (36) Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum 40,546 86–52
139 September 4 @ Athletics 5–1 Robertson (8–3) Rodney (4–3) Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum 17,536 87–52
140 September 5 @ Athletics 2–8 Fiers (11–6) Severino (17–7) Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum 21,004 87–53
141 September 7 @ Mariners 4–0 Tanaka (11–5) Paxton (11–6) Safeco Field 32,195 88–53
142 September 8 @ Mariners 4–2 Lynn (9–10) Vincent (3–3) Betances (3) Safeco Field 38,733 89–53
143 September 9 @ Mariners 2–3 Colomé (6–5) Betances (4–5) Díaz (54) Safeco Field 34,917 89–54
144 September 10 @ Twins 7–2 Happ (16–6) Gibson (7–13) Target Field 21,565 90–54
145 September 11 @ Twins 5–10 Stewart (1–1) Gray (10–9) Target Field 20,343 90–55
146 September 12 @ Twins 1–3 Odorizzi (6–10) Severino (17–8) Hildenberger (6) Target Field 24,134 90–56
147 September 14 Blue Jays 11–0 Tanaka (12–5) Estrada (7–12) Cessa (2) Yankee Stadium 40,138 91–56
148 September 15 Blue Jays 7–8 Reid-Foley (2–3) Sabathia (7–7) Giles (21) Yankee Stadium 43,130 91–57
149 September 16 Blue Jays 2–3 Pannone (3–1) Betances (4–6) Giles (22) Yankee Stadium 41,758 91–58
150 September 18 Red Sox 3–2 Green (8–2) Workman (6–1) Britton (6) Yankee Stadium 38,695 92–58
151 September 19 Red Sox 10–1 Severino (18–8) Price (15–7) Yankee Stadium 43,297 93–58
152 September 20 Red Sox 6–11 Wright (3–1) Green (8–3) Yankee Stadium 47,351 93–59
153 September 21 Orioles 10–8 Sabathia (8–7) Ramírez (1–7) Betances (4) Yankee Stadium 39,903 94–59
154 September 22 Orioles 3–2 (11) Kahnle (2–0) Fry (0–2) Yankee Stadium 40,185 95–59
155 September 23 Orioles 3–6 Meisinger (2–0) Cole (4–2) Givens (9) Yankee Stadium 43,606 95–60
156 September 24 @ Rays 4–1 Gray (11–9) Yarbrough (15–6) Britton (7) Tropicana Field 13,832 96–60
157 September 25 @ Rays 9–2 Severino (19–8) Faria (4–4) Tropicana Field 10,953 97–60
158 September 26 @ Rays 7–8 Chirinos (5–5) Tanaka (12–6) Romo (24) Tropicana Field 11,325 97–61
159 September 27 @ Rays 12–1 Sabathia (9–7) Schultz (2–2) Tropicana Field 12,349 98–61
160 September 28 @ Red Sox 11–6 Happ (17–6) Johnson (4–5) Fenway Park 36,779 99–61
161 September 29 @ Red Sox 8–5 Lynn (10–10) Rodríguez (12–5) Chapman (32) Fenway Park 36,375 100–61
162 September 30 @ Red Sox 2–10 Rodriguez (13–5) Cessa (1–4) Fenway Park 36,201 100–62

Postseason

Postseason Game log

2018 Postseason Game Log (2−3) (Home 1−2; Away 1−1)
American League Wild Card Game: 1−0
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record
1 October 3 Athletics 7–2 Betances (1–0) Hendriks (0–1) Yankee Stadium 49,620 1−0
American League Division Series: 1−3 (Home 0−2; Away 1−1)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record
1 October 5 @ Red Sox 4−5 Sale (1–0) Happ (0–1) Kimbrel (1) Fenway Park 39,059 0–1
2 October 6 @ Red Sox 6−2 Tanaka (1–0) Price (0–1) Fenway Park 39,151 1−1
3 October 8 Red Sox 1−16 Eovaldi (1–0) Severino (0–1) Yankee Stadium 49,657 1−2
4 October 9 Red Sox 3−4 Porcello (1−0) Sabathia (0−1) Kimbrel (2) Yankee Stadium 49,641 1−3

Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders International League Bobby Mitchell
AA Trenton Thunder Eastern League Jay Bell
A Tampa Tarpons Florida State League Pat Osborn
A Charleston RiverDogs South Atlantic League Julio Mosquera
A-Short Season Staten Island Yankees New York–Penn League Lino Diaz
Rookie Pulaski Yankees Appalachian League Luis Dorante
Rookie GCL Yankees 1 Gulf Coast League Julio Mosquera
Rookie GCL Yankees 2 Gulf Coast League Luis Sojo
Rookie DSL Yankees 1 Dominican Summer League Raul Dominguez
Rookie DSL Yankees 2 Dominican Summer League Raul Dominguez

Notes

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