The Yankees have 27 World Series Championships, the most in baseball history.
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27 World Series Championships
The Yankees have won a total of 27 World Series championships, the most of any baseball team in history. They’ve appeared in 40 World Series altogether, also the most of any team. The Yankees have been dominant for much of their history, winning 19 American League pennants in a row from 1949 to 1967.
40 American League Pennants
The Yankees have won 40 American League pennants, which is the most of any team in the major leagues. They’ve also won 27 World Series championships, which is the most of any team in baseball. The Yankees have won more than 10,000 games in their history, which is the most of any team in baseball.
5 Wild Card Berths
The Yankees have earned 5 Wild Card berths since baseball expanded the playoffs in 1995.
In 1996, the Yankees lost to the Orioles in the ALDS.
In 1997, the Yankees defeated the Indians in the ALDS and lost to the Mariners in the ALCS.
In 1998, the Yankees claimed their first World Series title since 1978 by defeating the Padres in four games.
In 1999, the Yankees once again made it to the World Series but this time they were unable to repeat as champions, losing to the Braves in six games.
The Yankees earned their third consecutive trip to the World Series in 2000 but this time they were on the wrong end of a three-game sweep at the hands of the Mets.