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2022 New York Yankees season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The 2022 New York Yankees season was the 120th season for the New York Yankees franchise.

On December 2, 2021, Commissioner of Baseball Rob Manfred announced a lockout of players, following expiration of the collective bargaining agreement (CBA) between the league and the Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA). On March 10, 2022, MLB and the MLBPA agreed to a new collective bargaining agreement, thus ending the lockout. Although MLB previously announced that several series would be cancelled due to the lockout, the agreement provides for a 162-game season, with originally canceled games to be made up via doubleheaders.[2] Opening Day was at the time scheduled for April 7,[3] but was postponed due to inclement weather.[4]

Starting with the 2022 season, the Yankees local television broadcast was split between the YES Network (which this season marked its 20th foundation anniversary) and Amazon Prime Video, leaving the Yankees without a local over-the-air broadcaster, save for national games. This was the first time the Yankees were without a local OTA broadcaster since 1946 as they would partner with WABD-TV (now WNYW Fox 5) the following season.[1] Also, it was notable for being the pearl jubilee season for the long time Yankee broadcaster Michael Kay, who joined the team in 1992.

From May 24 to June 23, the Yankees won 15 straight games at home, a feat last accomplished by the team in the 1961 season.[5] On June 25, the Yankees lost a combined no-hitter by the Houston Astros, the first time the Yankees were no hit since the Astros threw another combined no-hitter in the old Yankee Stadium on June 11, 2003.[6]

On August 21, the Yankees retired Paul O'Neill's No. 21 on "Paul O'Neill Day". He also received a plaque, which is immortalized in Monument Park at Yankee Stadium. O'Neill became the 23rd player (or manager) in the franchise's history to be honored.[7]

The Yankees were 64–28 in the first half of the season leading to the All-Star Game before going 35–35 in the second half of the season, failing to win 100 games after being on track for it in June. Despite their struggles in the second half of the season, the Yankees clinched their 30th straight winning season, dating back to 1993, with a win against the Twins on September 7.

On September 22, the Yankees clinched a postseason spot with a walk-off 5–4 win against the Red Sox.[8] On October 4, Aaron Judge hit his 62nd home run, breaking the American League single-season home run record set in 1961 by Roger Maris.[9]

The Yankees won the American League East, a first-round bye, and defeated the Cleveland Guardians in the Division Series in five games. However, they fell to the eventual World Series champion Houston Astros in the Championship Series in a four-game sweep, the first sweep in a best-of-seven series since the 2012 ALCS.

The Yankees became the Rawlings Gold Glove Award Team winners. After Rawlings introduced the team award in 2020, the Yankees are only the third team to receive the award after the Cleveland Guardians in 2020 and the Houston Astros in 2021.[10] Two Yankees players were awarded Gold Gloves this season; utility man DJ LeMahieu, and catcher Jose Trevino, who also won the Platinum Glove Award for the 2022 season.[11]

Offseason

Lockout

The expiration of the league's collective bargaining agreement (CBA) with the Major League Baseball Players Association occurred on December 1, 2021, with no new agreement in place.[12] As a result, the team owners voted unanimously to lockout the players stopping all free agency and trades.[13][14]

The parties came to an agreement on a new CBA on March 10, 2022.[15]

Rule changes

Pursuant to the new CBA, several new rules were instituted for the 2022 season. The National League adopted the designated hitter full-time, a draft lottery was implemented, the postseason expanded from ten teams to twelve (regular season tie-breakers will be abolished, to compensate), and advertising patches appeared on player uniforms and helmets for the first time.[16][17]

Transactions

2021

2022

Regular season

Transactions

Season standings

American League East

AL East W L Pct. GB Home Road
New York Yankees 99 63 0.611 57–24 42–39
Toronto Blue Jays 92 70 0.568 7 47–34 45–36
Tampa Bay Rays 86 76 0.531 13 51–30 35–46
Baltimore Orioles 83 79 0.512 16 45–36 38–43
Boston Red Sox 78 84 0.481 21 43–38 35–46


Record against opponents

Source: MLB Standings Grid – 2022

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

Updated with the results of all games through October 5, 2022.

Game log

Legend
  Yankees win
  Yankees loss
  Postponement
Bold Yankees team member
2022 game log: 99–63 (Home: 57–24; Away: 42–39)
April: 15–6 (Home: 10–3; Away: 5–3)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record
1 April 8 Red Sox 6–5 (11) King (1–0) Crawford (0–1) Yankee Stadium 46,097 1–0
2 April 9 Red Sox 4–2 Luetge (1–0) Pivetta (0–1) Chapman (1) Yankee Stadium 46,882 2–0
3 April 10 Red Sox 3–4 Crawford (1–1) Schmidt (0–1) Diekman (1) Yankee Stadium 40,108 2–1
4 April 11 Blue Jays 0–3 Manoah (1–0) Taillon (0–1) Romano (3) Yankee Stadium 26,211 2–2
5 April 12 Blue Jays 4–0 Holmes (1–0) Kikuchi (0–1) Yankee Stadium 25,068 3–2
6 April 13 Blue Jays 4–6 Cimber (2–0) Green (0–1) Romano (4) Yankee Stadium 30,109 3–3
7 April 14 Blue Jays 3–0 Severino (1–0) Gausman (0–1) King (1) Yankee Stadium 37,255 4–3
8 April 15 @ Orioles 1–2 (11) Krehbiel (1–0) Schmidt (0–2) Camden Yards 32,197 4–4
9 April 16 @ Orioles 5–2 Sears (1–0) Lakins Sr. (0–1) Holmes (1) Camden Yards 28,179 5–4
10 April 17 @ Orioles 0–5 López (1–1) Loáisiga (0–1) Camden Yards 25,938 5–5
11 April 19 @ Tigers 4–2 Schmidt (1–2) Alexander (0–1) Chapman (2) Comerica Park 15,498 6–5
12 April 20 @ Tigers 5–3 Green (1–1) Hutchison (0–1) Chapman (3) Comerica Park 17,268 7–5
13 April 21 @ Tigers 0–3 Pineda (1–0) Montgomery (0–1) Soto (3) Comerica Park 21,529 7–6
14 April 22 Guardians 4–1 Taillon (1–1) Morgan (1–1) Chapman (4) Yankee Stadium 41,062 8–6
15 April 23 Guardians 5–4 Castro (1–0) Clase (0–2) Yankee Stadium 39,180 9–6
16 April 24 Guardians 10–2 Cole (1–0) Civale (0–2) Yankee Stadium 39,050 10–6
17 April 26 Orioles 12–8 Severino (2–0) Lyles (1–2) Yankee Stadium 28,596 11–6
18 April 27 Orioles 5–2 King (2–0) Krehbiel (1–2) Holmes (2) Yankee Stadium 31,122 12–6
19 April 28 Orioles 10–5 Castro (2–0) Zimmermann (1–1) Yankee Stadium 29,268 13–6
20 April 29 @ Royals 12–2 (8) Cortés Jr. (1–0) Bubic (0–2) Kauffman Stadium 16,460 14–6
21 April 30 @ Royals 3–0 Cole (2–0) Hernández (0–1) Chapman (5) Kauffman Stadium 23,965 15–6
May: 19–9 (Home: 8–4; Away: 11–5)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record
22 May 1 @ Royals 6–4 Schmidt (2–2) Coleman (0–1) Chapman (6) Kauffman Stadium 19,704 16–6
23 May 2 @ Blue Jays 3–2 Holmes (2–0) García (0–2) Green (1) Rogers Centre 18,577 17–6
24 May 3 @ Blue Jays 9–1 Taillon (2–1) Cimber (4–1) Rogers Centre 22,491 18–6
25 May 4 @ Blue Jays 1–2 Kikuchi (1–1) Cortés Jr. (1–1) Romano (12) Rogers Centre 29,057 18–7
26 May 8 Rangers 2–1 Holmes (3–0) King (1–1) Yankee Stadium see 2nd game 19–7
27 May 8 Rangers 2–4 Richards (1–1) King (2–1) Barlow (4) Yankee Stadium 40,714 19–8
28 May 9 Rangers 1–0 Holmes (4–0) Martin (0–3) Chapman (7) Yankee Stadium 34,866 20–8
29 May 10 Blue Jays 6–5 Peralta (1–0) Romano (1–2) Yankee Stadium 41,522 21–8
30 May 11 Blue Jays 5–3 Taillon (3–1) Berríos (2–2) Chapman (8) Yankee Stadium 42,105 22–8
31 May 12 @ White Sox 15–7 Loáisiga (1–1) Kelly (0–1) Guaranteed Rate Field 20,050 23–8
32 May 13 @ White Sox 10–4 Cole (3–0) Velasquez (2–3) Guaranteed Rate Field 28,877 24–8
33 May 14 @ White Sox 2–3 Hendriks (1–2) Chapman (0–1) Guaranteed Rate Field 32,830 24–9
34 May 15 @ White Sox 5–1 Cortés Jr. (2–1) Kopech (0–1) Guaranteed Rate Field 29,500 25–9
35 May 16 @ Orioles 6–2 Severino (3–0) Bradish (1–2) Camden Yards 12,228 26–9
36 May 17 @ Orioles 5–4 Taillon (4–1) Tate (0–2) Chapman (9) Camden Yards 12,635 27–9
37 May 18 @ Orioles 3–2 Cole (4–0) Lyles (2–4) Holmes (3) Camden Yards 13,850 28–9
38 May 19 @ Orioles 6–9 Bautista (1–1) Luetge (1–1) Camden Yards 23,819 28–10
May 20 White Sox Postponed (rain); Makeup: May 22
39 May 21 White Sox 7–5 Cortés Jr. (3–1) Keuchel (2–4) Holmes (4) Yankee Stadium 44,001 29–10
40 May 22 (1) White Sox 1–3 Graveman (1–1) Chapman (0–2) Hendriks (13) Yankee Stadium see 2nd game 29–11
41 May 22 (2) White Sox 0–5 Kopech (1–1) Loáisiga (1–2) Yankee Stadium 36,167 29–12
42 May 23 Orioles 4–6 Lyles (3–4) Cole (4–1) López (5) Yankee Stadium 32,187 29–13
43 May 24 Orioles 7–6 (11) Schmidt (3–2) Baker (1–2) Yankee Stadium 32,289 30–13
44 May 25 Orioles 2–0 Sears (2–0) Wells (1–4) Holmes (5) Yankee Stadium 39,154 31–13
45 May 26 @ Rays 7–2 Cortés Jr. (4–1) Yarbrough (0–1) Tropicana Field 14,610 32–13
46 May 27 @ Rays 2–0 Taillon (5–1) Springs (2–2) Holmes (6) Tropicana Field 19,018 33–13
47 May 28 @ Rays 1–3 Feyereisen (4–0) Luetge (1–2) Poche (2) Tropicana Field 25,025 33–14
48 May 29 @ Rays 2–4 McClanahan (5–2) Severino (3–1) Feyereisen (1) Tropicana Field 25,025 33–15
49 May 31 Angels 9–1 Montgomery (1–1) Syndergaard (4–3) Yankee Stadium 31,242 34–15
June: 22–6 (Home: 16–2; Away: 6–4)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record
June 1 Angels Postponed (rain); Makeup: June 2
50 June 2 (1) Angels 6–1 Cortés Jr. (5–1) Ohtani (3–4) Peralta (1) Yankee Stadium 30,518 35–15
51 June 2 (2) Angels 2–1 Taillon (6–1) Ortega (1–2) Holmes (7) Yankee Stadium 33,476 36–15
52 June 3 Tigers 13–0 Cole (5–1) Rodríguez (0–1) Yankee Stadium 42,026 37–15
53 June 4 Tigers 3–0 Severino (4–1) Brieske (0–5) Holmes (8) Yankee Stadium 38,106 38–15
54 June 5 Tigers 5–4 (10) King (3–1) Soto (2–3) Yankee Stadium 38,030 39–15
55 June 7 @ Twins 10–4 Luetge (2–2) Sands (0–2) Target Field 27,643 40–15
56 June 8 @ Twins 1–8 Archer (1–2) Cortés Jr. (5–2) Target Field 22,286 40–16
57 June 9 @ Twins 10–7 Castro (3–0) Durán (0–2) Holmes (9) Target Field 26,646 41–16
58 June 10 Cubs 2–1 (13) Marinaccio (1–0) Mills (0–1) Yankee Stadium 43,446 42–16
59 June 11 Cubs 8–0 Montgomery (2–1) Swarmer (1–1) Yankee Stadium 38,043 43–16
60 June 12 Cubs 18–4 Taillon (7–1) Thompson (6–2) Bañuelos (1) Yankee Stadium 39,114 44–16
61 June 14 Rays 2–0 Cole (6–1) Kluber (3–3) Holmes (10) Yankee Stadium 35,692 45–16
62 June 15 Rays 4–3 Cortés Jr. (6–2) McClanahan (7–3) Holmes (11) Yankee Stadium 35,104 46–16
63 June 16 Rays 2–1 King (4–1) Armstrong (0–1) Yankee Stadium 39,469 47–16
64 June 17 @ Blue Jays 12–3 Montgomery (3–1) Stripling (3–2) Rogers Centre 44,688 48–16
65 June 18 @ Blue Jays 4–0 Taillon (8–1) Manoah (8–2) Rogers Centre 45,055 49–16
66 June 19 @ Blue Jays 9–10 García (1–3) Peralta (1–1) Romano (17) Rogers Centre 44,395 49–17
67 June 20 @ Rays 4–2 Peralta (2-1) Adam (0–2) Tropicana Field 16,504 50–17
68 June 21 @ Rays 4–5 Armstrong (1–1) Cortés Jr. (6–3) Poche (5) Tropicana Field 20,688 50–18
69 June 22 @ Rays 5–4 Schmidt (4–2) Garza Jr. (0–2) Holmes (12) Tropicana Field 12,264 51–18
70 June 23 Astros 7–6 Castro (4–0) Pressly (1–2) Yankee Stadium 44,071 52–18
71 June 24 Astros 1–3 Verlander (9–3) Severino (4–2) Montero (5) Yankee Stadium 47,528 52–19
72 June 25 Astros 0–3 Javier (5–3) Cole (6–2) Pressly (15) Yankee Stadium 45,076 52–20
73 June 26 Astros 6–3 (10) King (5–1) Martinez (0–1) Yankee Stadium 44,028 53–20
74 June 27 Athletics 9–5 Abreu (1–0) Puk (1–1) Yankee Stadium 33,168 54–20
75 June 28 Athletics 2–1 Sears (3–0) Montas (3–8) Holmes (13) Yankee Stadium 38,051 55–20
76 June 29 Athletics 5–3 Taillon (9–1) Irvin (2–6) Holmes (14) Yankee Stadium 39,647 56–20
77 June 30 @ Astros 1–2 Garcia (6–5) Severino (4–3) Pressly (17) Minute Maid Park 40,674 56–21
July: 13–13 (Home: 6–4; Away: 7–9)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record
July 1 @ Guardians Postponed (inclement weather); Makeup July 2
78 July 2 (1) @ Guardians 13–4 Cole (7–2) McCarty (0–2) Progressive Field 21,203 57–21
79 July 2 (2) @ Guardians 6–1 Cortés Jr. (7–3) Civale (2–5) Holmes (15) Progressive Field 29,236 58–21
80 July 3 @ Guardians 0–2 McKenzie (5–6) Montgomery (3–2) Clase (19) Progressive Field 26,113 58–22
81 July 5 @ Pirates 2–5 Quintana (2–4) Taillon (9–2) Bednar (13) PNC Park 37,733 58–23
82 July 6 @ Pirates 16–0 Severino (5–3) Keller (2–6) PNC Park 32,414 59–23
83 July 7 @ Red Sox 6–5 Cole (8–2) Winckowski (3–3) Holmes (16) Fenway Park 36,876 60–23
84 July 8 @ Red Sox 12–5 Castro (5–0) Seabold (0–2) Luetge (1) Fenway Park 36,841 61–23
85 July 9 @ Red Sox 5–6 (10) Diekman (4–0) Peralta (2–2) Fenway Park 36,945 61–24
86 July 10 @ Red Sox 6–11 Sawamura (1–1) Chapman (0–3) Fenway Park 37,291 61–25
87 July 12 Reds 3–4 Sanmartin (2–4) Holmes (4–1) Díaz (3) Yankee Stadium 40,235 61–26
88 July 13 Reds 7–6 (10) King (6–1) Díaz (2–1) Yankee Stadium 36,772 62–26
89 July 14 Reds 6–7 (10) Sanmartin (3–4) Luetge (2–3) Moreta (1) Yankee Stadium 41,311 62–27
90 July 15 Red Sox 4–5 (11) Houck (5–3) King (6–2) Brasier (1) Yankee Stadium 47,572 62–28
91 July 16 Red Sox 14–1 Taillon (10–2) Pivetta (8–7) Weber (1) Yankee Stadium 47,997 63–28
92 July 17 Red Sox 13–2 Cole (9–2) Sale (0–1) Yankee Stadium 47,958 64–28
92nd All-Star Game in Los Angeles, California
93 July 21 (1) @ Astros 2–3 Neris (3–3) King (6–3) Minute Maid Park 36,225 64–29
94 July 21 (2) @ Astros 5–7 García (8–5) Germán (0–1) Montero (7) Minute Maid Park 39,342 64–30
95 July 22 @ Orioles 7–6 Luetge (3–3) Wells (7–6) Holmes (17) Camden Yards 28,468 65–30
96 July 23 @ Orioles 3–6 Pérez (5–1) Cole (9–3) López (18) Camden Yards 36,361 65–31
97 July 24 @ Orioles 6–0 Cortés Jr. (8–3) Kremer (3–2) Schmidt (1) Camden Yards 25,623 66–31
98 July 26 @ Mets 3–6 Walker (8–2) Montgomery (3–3) Díaz (22) Citi Field 42,364 66–32
99 July 27 @ Mets 2–3 Lugo (2–2) Peralta (2–3) Citi Field 43,693 66–33
100 July 28 Royals 1–0 Holmes (5–1) Barlow (4–3) Yankee Stadium 43,836 67–33
101 July 29 Royals 11–5 Abreu (2–0) Barlow (4–4) Yankee Stadium 42,481 68–33
102 July 30 Royals 8–2 Cortés Jr. (9–3) Heasley (1–6) Schmidt (2) Yankee Stadium 44,081 69–33
103 July 31 Royals 6–8 Clarke (2–1) Holmes (5–2) Yankee Stadium 45,341 69–34
August: 10–18 (Home: 5–7; Away: 5–11)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record
104 August 1 Mariners 7–2 Germán (1–1) Gonzales (6–11) Yankee Stadium 36,734 70–34
105 August 2 Mariners 6–8 Murfee (2–0) Luetge (3–4) Muñoz (2) Yankee Stadium 38,735 70–35
106 August 3 Mariners 3–7 Castillo (5–4) Cole (9–4) Yankee Stadium 42,169 70–36
107 August 5 @ Cardinals 3–4 Pallante (5–4) Holmes (5–3) Helsley (10) Busch Stadium 46,940 70–37
108 August 6 @ Cardinals 0–1 Montgomery (4–3) Germán (1–2) Gallegos (11) Busch Stadium 48,581 70–38
109 August 7 @ Cardinals 9–12 Stratton (6–4) Abreu (2–1) Helsley (11) Busch Stadium 46,472 70–39
110 August 8 @ Mariners 9–4 Taillon (11–2) Gilbert (10–5) T-Mobile Park 35,843 71–39
111 August 9 @ Mariners 0–1 (13) Brash (3–3) Loáisiga (1–3) T-Mobile Park 38,804 71–40
112 August 10 @ Mariners 3–4 Murfee (3–0) Abreu (2–2) Sewald (15) T-Mobile Park 43,280 71–41
113 August 12 @ Red Sox 2–3 (10) Whitlock (3–2) Trivino (1–7) Fenway Park 36,434 71–42
114 August 13 @ Red Sox 3–2 Chapman (1–3) Schreiber (3–2) Effross (2) Fenway Park 36,672 72–42
115 August 14 @ Red Sox 0–3 Wacha (7–1) Taillon (11–3) Whitlock (4) Fenway Park 36,581 72–43
116 August 15 Rays 0–4 Yarbrough (1–7) Cole (9–5) Yankee Stadium 42,192 72–44
117 August 16 Rays 1–3 Springs (5–3) Cortés Jr. (9–4) Adam (7) Yankee Stadium 41,083 72–45
118 August 17 Rays 8–7 (10) Chapman (2–3) Beeks (2–2) Yankee Stadium 42,512 73–45
119 August 18 Blue Jays 2–9 Berríos (9–5) Montas (4–10) Yankee Stadium 41,419 73–46
120 August 19 Blue Jays 0–4 Gausman (9–9) Taillon (11–4) Yankee Stadium 46,194 73–47
121 August 20 Blue Jays 2–5 Cimber (9–4) Cole (9–6) García (1) Yankee Stadium 45,538 73–48
122 August 21 Blue Jays 4–2 Trivino (2–7) Cimber (9–5) Yankee Stadium 46,958 74–48
123 August 22 Mets 4–2 Germán (2–2) Scherzer (9–3) Loáisiga (1) Yankee Stadium 48,760 75–48
124 August 23 Mets 4–2 Schmidt (5–2) Rodríguez (0–3) Peralta (2) Yankee Stadium 49,217 76–48
125 August 25 @ Athletics 13–4 Taillon (12–4) Kaprielian (3–8) Oakland Coliseum 10,876 77–48
126 August 26 @ Athletics 3–2 Cole (10–6) Sears (5–1) Peralta (3) Oakland Coliseum 16,821 78–48
127 August 27 @ Athletics 2–3 (11) Payamps (3–3) Trivino (2–8) Oakland Coliseum 36,529 78–49
128 August 28 @ Athletics 1–4 Martínez (3–3) Schmidt (5–3) Puk (4) Oakland Coliseum 29,498 78–50
129 August 29 @ Angels 3–4 Suárez (5–6) Montas (4–11) Herget (4) Angel Stadium 44,537 78–51
130 August 30 @ Angels 7–4 Weissert (1–0) Mayers (1–1) Angel Stadium 42,684 79–51
131 August 31 @ Angels 2–3 Sandoval (5–9) Cole (10–7) Herget (5) Angel Stadium 43,555 79–52
September: 17–8 (Home: 11–3; Away: 6–5)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record
132 September 2 @ Rays 0–9 Springs (7–4) Germán (2–3) Tropicana Field 17,886 79–53
133 September 3 @ Rays 1–2 Kluber (10–7) Schmidt (5–4) Adam (8) Tropicana Field 21,754 79–54
134 September 4 @ Rays 2–1 Montas (5–11) Armstrong (2–2) Holmes (18) Tropicana Field 25,025 80–54
135 September 5 Twins 5–2 Weissert (2–0) Megill (3–2) Holmes (19) Yankee Stadium 38,446 81–54
September 6 Twins Postponed (rain); Makeup: September 7
136 September 7 (1) Twins 5–4 (12) Weissert (3–0) Megill (3–3) Yankee Stadium see 2nd game 82–54
137 September 7 (2) Twins 7–1 Cole (11−7) Ryan (10−8) Luetge (2) Yankee Stadium 30,157 83–54
138 September 8 Twins 3–4 Jax (6−3) Peralta (2−4) Fulmer (3) Yankee Stadium 35,551 83–55
139 September 9 Rays 2–4 Rasmussen (10–4) Montas (5–12) Armstrong (2) Yankee Stadium 46,160 83–56
140 September 10 Rays 10–3 Taillon (13–4) Kluber (10–8) Yankee Stadium 43,088 84–56
141 September 11 Rays 10–4 Peralta (3–4) Patiño (1–2) Yankee Stadium 36,402 85–56
142 September 13 @ Red Sox 7–6 (10) Holmes (6–3) Familia (2–3) Peralta (4) Fenway Park 34,250 86–56
143 September 14 @ Red Sox 5–3 Cortés Jr. (10–4) Bello (1–6) Holmes (20) Fenway Park 36,581 87–56
144 September 16 @ Brewers 6–7 Rogers (4–7) Holmes (6–4) American Family Field 36,011 87–57
145 September 17 @ Brewers 1–4 Woodruff (11–4) Taillon (13–5) Williams (13) American Family Field 41,210 87–58
146 September 18 @ Brewers 12–8 Cole (12–7) Milner (3–3) American Family Field 35,964 88–58
147 September 20 Pirates 9–8 Chapman (3–3) Crowe (5–10) Yankee Stadium 40,157 89–58
148 September 21 Pirates 14–2 Severino (6–3) Contreras (5–5) Yankee Stadium 46,175 90–58
149 September 22 Red Sox 5–4 (10) Holmes (7–4) Ort (1–2) Yankee Stadium 43,123 91–58
150 September 23 Red Sox 5–4 Loáisiga (2–3) Strahm (3–4) Yankee Stadium 47,346 92–58
151 September 24 Red Sox 7–5 Luetge (4–4) Schreiber (3–4) Effross (3) Yankee Stadium 47,611 93–58
152 September 25 Red Sox 2–0 (6) Cortés Jr. (11–4) Bello (2–7) Yankee Stadium 46,707 94–58
153 September 26 @ Blue Jays 2–3 (10) Mayza (8–0) Schmidt (5–5) Rogers Centre 34,307 94–59
154 September 27 @ Blue Jays 5–2 Taillon (14–5) Berríos (11–7) Trivino (11) Rogers Centre 40,528 95–59
155 September 28 @ Blue Jays 8–3 Cole (13–7) Mayza (8–1) Rogers Centre 37,008 96–59
156 September 30 Orioles 1–2 Lyles (12–11) Germán (2–4) Hall (1) Yankee Stadium 47,583 96–60
October: 3–3 (Home: 1–1; Away: 2–2)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record
157 October 1 Orioles 8–0 Cortés Jr. (12–4) Voth (5–4) Yankee Stadium 45,428 97–60
158 October 2 Orioles 1–3 Gillaspie (1–0) Chapman (3–4) Tate (5) Yankee Stadium 44,332 97–61
159 October 3 @ Rangers 3–1 Severino (7–3) Pérez (12–8) Effross (4) Globe Life Field 35,906 98–61
160 October 4 (1) @ Rangers 5–4 Chapman (4–4) Burke (7–5) Loáisiga (2) Globe Life Field 30,553 99–61
161 October 4 (2) @ Rangers 2–3 Allard (1–2) Cole (13–8) Moore (4) Globe Life Field 38,832 99–62
162 October 5 @ Rangers 2–4 Otto (7–10) Germán (2–5) Moore (5) Globe Life Field 28,056 99–63

Postseason

Postseason game log

2022 Postseason Game Log (3−6) (Home 2−3; Away 1−3)
American League Division Series: 3−2
# Date Opponent Stadium Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 October 11 Guardians Yankee Stadium 4–1 Cole (1−0) Quantrill (0−1) 47,807 1–0
October 13 Guardians Postponed (rain); Makeup October 14
2 October 14 Guardians Yankee Stadium 2–4 (10) Clase (1–0) Taillon (0–1) 47,535 1–1
3 October 15 @ Guardians Progressive Field 5–6 Morgan (1–0) Schmidt (0–1) 36,483 1–2
4 October 16 @ Guardians Progressive Field 4–2 Cole (2–0) Quantrill (0–2) Peralta (1) 36,728 2–2
October 17 Guardians Postponed (rain); Makeup October 18
5 October 18 Guardians Yankee Stadium 5–1 Cortés Jr. (1–0) Civale (0–1) 48,178 3–2
American League Championship Series: 0–4
# Date Opponent Stadium Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 October 19 @ Astros Minute Maid Park 2–4 Verlander (1–0) Schmidt (0–2) Pressly (2) 41,487 0–1
2 October 20 @ Astros Minute Maid Park 2–3 Valdez (1–0) Severino (0–1) Pressly (3) 41,700 0–2
3 October 22 Astros Yankee Stadium 0–5 Javier (1–0) Cole (2–1) 47,569 0–3
4 October 23 Astros Yankee Stadium 5–6 Neris (2–0) Loáisiga (0–1) Pressly (4) 46,545 0–4

Postseason rosters

Playoff rosters

Player stats

= Indicates team leader

(Updated as of October 5)

Batting

Note: G = Games played; AB = At bats; R = Runs; H = Hits; 2B = Doubles; 3B = Triples; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in; AVG = Batting average; SB = Stolen bases

Player G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI AVG SB
Aaron Hicks 130 384 54 83 9 2 8 40 0.216 10
Aaron Judge 157 570 133 177 28 0 62 131 0.311 16
Andrew Benintendi 33 114 14 29 9 1 2 12 0.254 4
Anthony Rizzo 130 465 77 104 21 1 32 75 0.224 6
DJ LeMahieu 125 467 74 122 18 0 12 46 0.261 4
Estevan Florial 17 31 4 3 0 0 0 1 0.097 2
Giancarlo Stanton 110 398 53 84 7 0 31 78 0.211 0
Gleyber Torres 140 526 73 135 28 1 24 76 0.257 10
Harrison Bader 14 46 3 10 3 0 0 9 0.217 2
Isiah Kiner-Falefa 142 483 66 126 20 0 4 48 0.261 22
Joey Gallo 82 233 32 37 4 1 12 24 0.159 2
José Treviño 115 335 39 83 12 1 11 43 0.248 2
Josh Donaldson 132 478 59 106 28 0 15 62 0.222 2
Kyle Higashioka 83 229 27 52 7 0 10 31 0.227 0
Marwin González 85 184 20 34 7 0 6 18 0.185 3
Matt Carpenter 47 128 28 39 9 0 15 37 0.305 0
Miguel Andújar 27 96 9 22 2 0 1 8 0.229 4
Oswald Peraza 18 49 8 15 3 0 1 2 0.306 2
Oswaldo Cabrera 44 154 21 38 8 1 6 19 0.247 3
Rob Brantly 1 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0.333 0
Ronald Guzmán 3 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.000 0
Tim Locastro 38 43 13 8 1 0 2 4 0.186 8
Team Totals 162 5422 807 1308 225 8 254 764 0.241 102

Pitching

Note: W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; G = Games pitched; GS = Games started; SV = Saves; IP = Innings pitched; H = Hits allowed; R = Total runs allowed; ER = Earned runs allowed; BB = Walks allowed; K = Strikeouts

Player W L ERA G GS SV IP H R ER BB K
Albert Abreu 2 2 3.16 22 0 0 25.2 25 10 9 6 26
Anthony Banda 0 0 40.50 2 0 0 0.2 2 3 3 5 1
Manny Bañuelos 0 0 2.16 4 0 1 8.1 7 2 2 3 8
Luke Bard 0 0 0.00 1 0 0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0
Jacob Barnes 0 0 0.00 1 0 0 1.2 2 0 0 0 2
Zach Britton 0 0 13.50 3 0 0 0.2 1 1 1 6 1
Miguel Castro 5 0 4.03 34 0 0 29.0 27 16 13 15 31
Aroldis Chapman 4 4 4.46 43 0 9 36.1 24 18 18 28 43
Gerrit Cole 13 8 3.50 33 33 0 200.2 154 81 78 50 257
Nestor Cortés Jr. 12 4 2.44 28 28 0 158.1 108 44 43 38 163
Scott Effross 0 0 2.13 13 0 3 12.2 9 4 3 4 12
Domingo Germán 2 5 3.61 15 14 0 72.1 65 31 29 19 58
Luis Gil 0 0 9.00 1 1 0 4.0 5 4 4 2 5
Chi Chi González 0 0 1.93 1 1 0 4.2 4 1 1 3 3
Marwin González 0 0 0.00 1 0 0 0.1 0 0 0 0 0
Chad Green 1 1 3.00 14 0 1 15.0 13 6 5 5 16
Shane Greene 0 0 18.00 1 0 0 1.0 1 2 2 1 1
Clay Holmes 7 4 2.54 62 0 20 63.2 45 21 18 20 65
Michael King 6 3 2.29 34 0 1 51.0 35 15 13 16 66
Jonathan Loáisiga 2 3 4.13 50 0 2 48.0 43 25 22 19 37
Lucas Luetge 4 4 2.67 50 0 2 57.1 63 19 17 17 60
Ron Marinaccio 1 0 2.05 40 0 0 44.0 22 12 10 24 56
David McKay 0 0 0.00 2 0 0 2.0 1 0 0 2 1
Frankie Montas 1 3 6.35 8 8 0 39.2 46 28 28 15 33
Jordan Montgomery 3 3 3.69 21 21 0 114.2 103 48 47 23 97
Wandy Peralta 3 4 2.72 56 0 4 56.1 42 19 17 17 47
Clarke Schmidt 5 5 3.12 29 3 2 57.2 46 23 20 23 56
JP Sears 3 0 2.05 7 2 0 22.0 14 5 5 5 15
Luis Severino 7 3 3.18 19 19 0 102.0 72 37 36 30 112
Jameson Taillon 14 5 3.91 32 32 0 177.1 168 78 77 32 151
Lou Trivino 1 2 1.66 25 0 1 21.2 18 6 4 10 22
Ryan Weber 0 0 0.84 5 0 1 10.2 6 1 1 1 3
Greg Weissert 3 0 5.56 12 0 0 11.1 6 7 7 5 11
Team Totals 99 63 3.30 162 162 47 1451.2 1177 567 532 444 1459

Roster

2022 New York Yankees
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders Manager

Coaches

Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders International League Doug Davis
AA Somerset Patriots Eastern League Julio Mosquera
High-A Hudson Valley Renegades South Atlantic League Dan Fiorito
Low-A Tampa Tarpons Florida State League Rachel Balkovec
Rookie FCL Yankees Florida Complex League Tyson Blaser
Rookie DSL Yankees 1 Dominican Summer League Rainiero Coa
Rookie DSL Yankees 2 Dominican Summer League Victor Rey

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