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Some Quick and Fun Math Regarding the 2019 Yankees

Yesterday, the Yankees won their 81st game. With that win, they guaranteed themselves (on August 14!) of at least a .500 season. If the Yankees lose every single game the rest of the way, they’ll end at 81-81… a .500 team.


Speaking of .500.

(This is more amazing…)

If the Yankees play just .500 ball the rest of the way (there are 40 games remaining in the regular season), they will end the season with 101 wins.


Now, the Yankees are (of course) baseball’s most successful team.

How many times have the Yankees won 100 games in a season?

Scroll down for the answer…

The Yankees have won at least 100 games in a season twenty times. Here are all the times that the Yankees have won 100 (or more) games in a season:

1927 – 110 Wins

1928 – 101 Wins

1932 – 107 Wins

1936 – 102 Wins

1937 – 102 Wins

1939 – 106 Wins

1941 – 101 Wins

1942 – 103 Wins

1954 – 103 Wins

1961 – 109 Wins

1963 – 104 Wins

1977 – 100 Wins

1978 – 100 Wins

1980 – 103 Wins

1998 – 114 Wins

2002 – 103 Wins

2003 – 101 Wins

2004 – 101 Wins

2009 – 103 Wins

2018 – 100 Wins

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