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Yankees History: Errors, a hit-by-pitch, and a wild ninth inning from 1978

The Yankees might not have ever gotten to the famous one-game playoff in 1978 were it not for one weird ninth inning.

NYY news: YES Network considering taking a dip in the stream

YES Network reportedly to offer direct-to-consumer streaming service; Yankees name Brad Wilkerson assistant hitting coach; Jurickson Profar, and the other options for left field.

Most Surprising NYY Seasons: 1950 Phil Rizzuto

"Scooter" put up a career year in 1950, leading to him winning a major piece of hardware.

Yankees History: Herb Pennock and the trade that finally put the Bombers over the top

Tomorrow will be exactly 100 years since the trade that arguably put the Yankees over the top in their chase for their first championship.

Yankees who fell agonizingly short on Hall of Fame ballots

After Todd Helton missed induction by just a handful of votes, let’s dig into the history books and look at some Yankees who had similar missed chances.

Yankees History: Somebody give Al Orth some help

In one 1906 game, Al Orth threw an incredible game, only to be let down by everyone around him.

Yankees History: Tracing back the Yankees’ home run record

After Aaron Judge broke the franchise mark with 62 this past year, let’s look back at where the record has stood over the years.

Most Surprising NYY Seasons: 1904 Jack Chesbro

In the second year of the franchise’s existence, Chesbro had the first truly great season for the team now known as the Yankees.

Yankees History: The weirdest Yankees to receive MVP votes

Ten players is a lot to list when picking an MVP ballot, but these Yankees maybe shouldn’t have made those lists.

NYY News: Boone on the LF situation

Aaron Boone comments on left field, shortstop position "battles"; an additional gig for Randy Levine.