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The first and last milestones of the 2013 Yankees

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Andy Marlin

There have been a lot of hits and strikeouts and home run over the 2013 season, but comparing the firsts to the lasts can sometimes tell us the differences between the beginning of the season and the end. So much changed from April to September and now you can remember every first double and final stolen base.

Date Milestone First Yankee First Opponent First Team Date Last Yankee Last Opponent Last Team
4/1 Hit Brett Gardner Jon Lester Red Sox 9/29 J.R. Murphy Marc Krauss Astros
4/1 BB Ben Francisco Jon Lester Red Sox 9/29 Alfonso Soriano Kevin Chapman Astros
4/1 2B Kevin Youkilis Jon Lester Red Sox 9/29 Eduardo Nunez Lucas Harrell Astros
4/6 3B Brennan Boesch Max Scherzer Tigers 9/29 David Adams Josh Fields Astros
4/3 HR Travis Hafner Clay Buchholz Red Sox 9/29 Mark Reynolds Lucas Harrell Astros
4/1 RBI Francisco Cervelli Jon Lester Red Sox 9/29 J.R. Murphy Marc Krauss Astros
4/1 Run Kevin Youkilis Jon Lester Red Sox 9/29 Eduardo Nunez Marc Krauss Astros
4/3 HBP Ben Francisco Andrew Miller Red Sox 9/29 Travis Hafner Erik Bedard Astros
4/1 K'd Brett Gardner Jon Lester Red Sox 9/29 David Adams Lucas Harrell Astros
4/1 DP Ichiro Suzuki Junichi Tazawa Red Sox 9/26 Alfonso Soriano Alex Cobb Rays
4/1 K CC Sabathia Shane Victorino Red Sox 9/29 Matt Daley Brett Wallace Astros
4/1 BBA CC Sabathia Jarrod Saltalamacchia Red Sox 9/29 David Phelps Jose Altuve Astros
4/5 HRA Boone Logan Prince Fielder Tigers 9/26 Ivan Nova Delmon Young Rays
4/3 SB Eduardo Nunez Clay Buchholz Red Sox 9/26 Lyle Overbay Joel Peralta Rays
4/6 CS Francisco Cervelli Jhonny Peralta Tigers 9/27 J.R. Murphy Jake Elmore Astros