The lefty spun a gem against Texas, while the legend of Shane Spencer continued in the second game of the ALDS.
The Yankees ended the 1998 regular season on a high note in a couple different ways.
A career minor leaguer became the greatest player in baseball for two weeks.
Shane Spencer continued his torrid stretch and the Yanks won the penultimate game of the 1998 campaign.
The Yankees took their fourth in a row to secure the all-time AL wins record.
The Yankees set a franchise record, and tied the AL record, with their 111th win after a Shane Spencer grand slam
The left fielder’s contributions in both games allowed the Yankees to put two ticks in the win column.
All throughout the 2023 season, we’ll go day-by-day through the stories of the legendary 1998 Yankees.
How what we look for in a pitcher has changed, two decades after The Rocket.
The Yankees showed signs of snapping out of their slump with a thumping win in Baltimore.
Behind eight innings from Hideki Irabu, the Yankees blanked the Devil Rays by a score of 4-0.
The Red Sox scored nine runs against a parade of Yankees relievers.
David Cone didn’t have his best stuff on this day in 1998, but battled hard to try and get his 20th win, only to be hung out to dry by the bullpen and lineup.
The Yankees drop to 5-6 in September, and play their worst brand of baseball at the worst possible time.
Remembering when Rivera walked with the bases loaded against K-Rod in 2009.
The Yankees and Blue Jays didn’t have much to play for on this September night, but that didn’t stop tempers from flaring.