If you’re a Yankees fan, then you’re probably wondering how many games they won in 2009. Well, the answer is 103! That’s a pretty impressive record, and it’s thanks in part to some of the team’s star players. So if you’re ever curious about the Yankees’ winnings, be sure to check out this blog post.
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2009 Season Overview
The Yankees had a great season in 2009, winning 103 games. They made it to the World Series, but ultimately lost to the Philadelphia Phillies. The Yankees were a force to be reckoned with all season long. Let’s take a look at their stats.
In 2009, the Yankees had a win/loss record of 103-59. They finished first in the AL East Division and went on to win the World Series.
In 2009, the New York Yankees finished first in the American League East division with a record of 103-59. They went on to lose to the eventual World Series champions, the Philadelphia Phillies, in the World Series.
The New York Yankees won 103 games during the 2009 regular season. They finished first in the American League East division, and they had the best record in baseball. The Yankees lost in the American League Championship Series to the eventual World Series champion, the Philadelphia Phillies.
## Opening Day 2009
The Yankees began their quest for a World Championship on Opening Day, March 31, against the Baltimore Orioles at the New Yankee Stadium. The game was a rematch of last year’s American League Championship Series, which the Yankees won in six games. In the first inning, Mark Teixeira belted a two-run home run to give the Yankees an early lead. The Orioles quickly answered with a three-run home run by Matt Wieters in the bottom of the first. The score remained 3-2 until the top of the ninth when Alex Rodriguez hit a game-tying home run off Orioles closer Jim Johnson. The game went into extra innings and, in the bottom of the 11th, Brian Roberts hit a walk-off home run to give the Orioles a 5-4 victory.
Despite the loss, there were many positive takeaways from the game. Both starting pitchers, CC Sabathia for the Yankees and Jeremy Guthrie for the Orioles, pitched well. Sabathia went seven innings, giving up three runs on six hits while striking out eight. Guthrie pitched eight innings, giving up two runs on five hits while striking out four. The Yankees’ bullpen also performed well, with Damaso Marte and Phil Hughes pitching scoreless innings in relief.
The Yankees began their 2009 season at home on April 6, against the Baltimore Orioles. They won that game, and went on to win their next four games. They then lost two games in a row to the Boston Red Sox, but bounced back to win their next three games. So, in April, the Yankees had a record of 9-2.
May 1: The Yankees won the game against the Baltimore Orioles with a score of 5-3.
May 2: The New York Yankees lost to the Baltimore Orioles by a score of 2-1.
May 3: The New York Yankees won against the Baltimore Orioles 9-5.
May 4: The New York Yankees won against the Boston Red Sox 5-0.
May 5: The New York Yankees won against the Boston Red Sox 10-3.
May 6:The New York Yankees won against the Boston Red Sox 3-2.
May 7:The Boston Red Sox won against the New York Yankees 5-4 in 11 innings.
May 8:The New York Yankees lost to the Seattle Mariners 4-1.
May 9: The New York Yankees won against the Seattle Mariners 3=2 in 11 innings.
May 10:The New York Yankees lost to the Seattle Mariners 2-0.
May 11:The Oakland Athletics won against the New York Yankees 6-5 in 13 innings.
The Yankees won 11 games in June 2009.
The New York Yankees began the month of July on a high note, winning nine of their first thirteen games. However, they faltered towards the end of the month, losing five of their last seven games. Overall, the Yankees had a successful July, finishing the month with a record of 14-12.
The New York Yankees went 17-10 in August 2009, winning their first game of the month on August 1 against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. They finished the month with a four-game winning streak, which included a three-game sweep of the Seattle Mariners.
The Yankees went 17–10 in September 2009, clinching the AL East on September 16. They finished the season with a 103–59 record, their best since 2004.
In October, the Yankees played a total of 7 games. They won 3 and lost 4.
The New York Yankees have a long and successful history, especially when it comes to postseason play. They have appeared in 40 World Series, winning 27 of them. They have also won 19 American League pennants. In 2009, they won their 27th World Series title.
The Yankees lost the first two games of the 2009 ALDS at home against the Angels, then won games three and four in Anaheim to even the series. The decisive fifth game was also played in Anaheim, and the Yankees won 6-5 to advance to the ALCS.
ALCS – American League Championship Series, the final series of the American League playoffs
In 2009, the New York Yankees defeated the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in six games to win the AL pennant.
The World Series is the annual championship series of Major League Baseball (MLB). The conclusion of the World Series marks the end of the MLB baseball season. Seven games are played, with the team that has won four games declared the winner. If a seventh game is necessary, it is played on the day following Game 6. Baseball’s best-of-seven playoff format originally accounts for all seven potential postseason games (five for division series, seven for league championship series, and seven for the World Series), but it has been extended or shortened on numerous occasions.
The first modern World Series was played in 1903 between the Boston Americans (now the Red Sox) and the Pittsburgh Pirates. The Boston Americans won that year’s series four games to three. In 1904, a new best-of-nine format was introduced. The Boston Americans became champions that year, winning in eight games over their cross-town rivals, the Boston Pilgrims (later to become the Red Sox).