How the Yankees are Doing This Season

The New York Yankees are off to a great start this season. They have one of the best records in baseball and are looking like a team that could make a run at the World Series.

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Team Record

The New York Yankees are an American professional baseball team based in the Bronx, New York City. They compete in Major League Baseball (MLB) as a member club of the American League (AL) East division. They are one of two major league clubs based in New York City, the other being the National League’s (NL) New York Mets. The Yankees began play in the AL as the Baltimore Orioles (no relation to the current Baltimore Orioles team), one of eight charter franchises when the AL was founded in 1901.

Current Record

The Yankees have a current record of 27-21.

Record vs. Division Rivals

The Yankees have faced their AL East rivals a total of 60 times so far this season, emerging with a winning record in those games. They’ve gone 33-27 against the Red Sox, Rays, Orioles, and Blue Jays. Here’s a closer look at how they’ve fared against each team:

vs. Boston Red Sox: 11-8
vs. Tampa Bay Rays: 10-9
vs. Baltimore Orioles: 8-10
vs. Toronto Blue Jays: 4-10

Batting Leaders

The New York Yankees have been one of the best teams in baseball this season. They are currently in first place in the AL East with a record of 51-28. The Yankees have been led by their strong batting lineup. Here are the batting leaders for the Yankees this season.

Home Runs

In baseball, a home run is when a batter hits the ball out of the park and scores a run for their team. It’s one of the most exciting plays in baseball, and home run hitters are some of the most popular players in the sport.

The Yankees are currently leading the league in home runs, with 128 so far this season. Aaron Judge is the team’s leader with 27, followed by Giancarlo Stanton with 26. The Yankees are on pace to set a new team record for home runs in a season, and they look poised to make a deep run in the playoffs.

Runs Batted In (RBI)

In baseball, a run batted in (RBI) is awarded to a batter who hits a fly ball or ground ball that drives in a run from third base or higher. A batter gets an RBI for each run scored as a result of his at bat, including runs scored due to errors by the defense. The RBI was first introduced in baseball in 1903.

As of the 2019 season, the active leader in RBI is Albert Pujols, who has 1,929. The all-time leader in RBI is Hank Aaron, who had 2,297 during his career.

Batting Average

The batting average is the sum of hits divided by at bats. It is a measure of a batter’s average performance in terms of the number of hits per at-bat.

Pitching Leaders

The New York Yankees have been one of the best teams in baseball this season and their pitching has been a big reason why. The Yankees currently have the best ERA in baseball and their starters have been dominant. They also have a deep bullpen that has been very good this season.

Earned Run Average (ERA)

The Yankees have a combined ERA of 3.75, which is the second best in baseball. The only team with a better ERA is the Houston Astros, who have a combined ERA of 3.68. The Yankees’ starting pitchers have an ERA of 3.62, which is the best in baseball, while their relief pitchers have an ERA of 4.05, which is the sixth best in baseball.


As of July 8th, 2019, Yankees pitcher Masahiro Tanaka is leading the team in strikeouts with 123. He is followed by Luis Severino with 117 and James Paxton with 104.


A save is awarded to a pitcher who finishes a game for his team while preserving a lead. A pitcher can earn a save by entering the game in a situation where he is not the starting pitcher, but the tying run is either on base, at bat or on deck. The pitcher must then preserve his team’s lead for the remainder of the game.

Team MVP

The Yankees are currently in first place in their division and are on track to make the playoffs. They have been led by their star player, Aaron Judge, who is having an MVP caliber season. Judge is not the only player who has been playing well, however. The Yankees have gotten strong contributions from many players and have been one of the best teams in baseball.

Who is the team MVP?

The Yankees have been on a roll this season, and a big part of their success has been the play of their star players. While there have been many standout performances, one player has really risen to the occasion and taken his game to the next level. That player is Aaron Judge, and he is our pick for the team MVP.

Judge has been simply sensational this season, leading the team in virtually every offensive category. He is batting .329 with 30 home runs and 66 RBIs, and his OPS of 1.141 is nearly 200 points higher than his nearest teammate. He has also been a force in the field, making highlight-reel catches on a regular basis. In short, Judge has been everything the Yankees could have hoped for when they drafted him in 2013.

So while there have been many great performances on the Yankees this season, Aaron Judge has been the MVP. His combination of power, average, and defense makes him one of the most complete players in baseball, and he has helped lead the Yankees to the top of the standings.

Why is this player the MVP?

Player X is the Yankees’ most valuable player because of their performance this season. They are batting .400 with 30 home runs and 100 RBIs.

What’s Next?

The Yankees are currently in a bit of a slump, losing their last three games. However, they are still in first place in their division and are only half a game behind the Red Sox. So, what’s next for the Yankees?

Upcoming Schedule

The Yankees are currently in a rough patch, losing four out of their last six games. However, they are still in first place in the AL East with a record of 30-17.Their next games are against the Tampa Bay Rays, who are in last place in the AL East with a record of 20-28. The Yankees have struggled against the Rays this season, losing five out of six games against them. However, they are still optimistic that they can turn things around and make a run for the playoffs.

The Yankees have a lot of tough games coming up, including three against the Red Sox and seven against the Astros. They will need to play their best baseball if they want to stay in first place and make it to the playoffs.

Key Matchups

Now that we know how the Yankees stack up against the competition, let’s take a look at some key upcoming matchups. These series will go a long way in determining the Yankees playoff fate.

August 19-21 vs. Boston Red Sox
The Yankees and Red Sox have playing some great games against each other this season. The Red Sox currently have a 5.5 game lead over the Yankees, but this series could change that. If the Yankees can take at least two out of three games, they will be right back in the thick of things.

September 10-12 vs. Baltimore Orioles
The Orioles are currently in first place in the AL East, but they are only 1.5 games ahead of the Yankees. These three games could have big implications on the division race. The Orioles have been one of the surprise teams this season, but the Yankees will be looking to take them down in this key series.

October 1-3 vs. Toronto Blue Jays
The Blue Jays are currently 3rd in the AL East, but they are only four games behind the Yankees. This series could be for a Wild Card spot if things fall into place for both teams. The Blue Jays are a solid team and they will be looking to make some noise in October.

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