My Playoff Schedule



Division Series:

October 1, 1996 (Game 1): Texas 6 (Burkett), New York 2 (Cone)
October 2, 1996 (Game 2): Texas 4 (Stanton), New York 5 (Boehringer) Derek Jeter scored from second on Dean Palmer's throwing error in the bottom of the 12th inning to win the game
September 30, 1998 (Game 2): Texas 1 (Helling), New York 3 (Pettitte)
October 10, 2001 (Game 1): Oakland 5 (Mulder), New York 3 (Clemens)
October 2, 2002 (Game 2): Anaheim 8 (Rodriguez), New York 6 (Hernandez)
October 2, 2003 (Game 2): Minnesota 1 (Radke), New York 4 (Pettitte)
October 5, 2004 (Game 1): Minnesota 2 (Santana), New York 0 (Mussina)

American League Championship Series:

October 10, 1996 (Game 2): Baltimore 5 (Wells), New York 3 (Nelson) The longest nine-inning game in ALCS history (4:13)
October 11, 2000 (Game 2): Seattle 1 (Rhodes), New York 7 (Hernandez) Yankees got 8 hits (tied a LCS record), 7 runs in the 8th inning to win the game
October 17, 2000 (Game 6): Seattle 7 (Paniagua), New York 9 (Hernandez) Set up the first Subway Series in 44 years!

October 21, 2001 (Game 4): Seattle 1 (Sasaki), New York 3 (Rivera) Alfonso Soriano's two-run homer off All-Star closer Kazuhiro Sasaki with one out in the bottom of the ninth inning to win the game!
October 9, 2003 (Game 2): Boston 2 (Lowe), New York 6 (Pettitte) My 10th win in postseason
October 15, 2003 (Game 6): Boston 9 (Embree), New York 6 (Contreras)
October 12, 2004 (Game 1): Boston 7 (Schilling), New York 10 (Mussina) Mussina bid for a perfect game for 6.1 inning; Hideki Matsui's 5 RBI tied an ALCS record; Mariano Rivera jetted back from a funeral in Panama and saved the game
October 20, 2004 (Game 7): Boston 10 (Lowe), New York 3 (Brown) Red Sox became the only team in MLB history to overcome a 3-0 dificit in a best-of-seven series

World Series:

October 17 , 1998 (Game 1): San Diego 6 (Wall), New York 9 (Wells) Chuck Knoblauch hit a three-run homer and Tino Martinez belted a grand slam in the 7th inning! Orlando Hernandez became the first pitcher ever to win his first 8 postseason decisions
October 18, 1998 (Game 2): San Diego 3 (Ashby), New York 9 (Hernandez)
October 23, 1999 (Game 1): New York 4 (Hernandez), Atlanta 1 (Maddux)
October 19, 2003 (Game 2): Florida 1 (Redman), New York 6 (Pettitte) Hideki Matsui slugged a three-run homer in the first inning; Andy Pettitte got his 13th postseason victory - a win which ties him with John Smoltz for the all-time record
October 25, 2003 (Game 6): Florida 2 (Beckett), New York 0 (Pettitte)
 


 
  

 

  

  


 
 
 
 

"The one thing you realize after a while is that in these games, the stats don't matter. Who cares what the scoreboard says your stats are when you come to the plate? The beauty of the postseason is that, regardless of what you've done, every time you come up, you have the opportunity to do something special."

- Derek Jeter, after Game 4 of the World Series 2001

 

Player Statistics of my Postseason

Batting Statistics
 
Player AB H HR RBI AVG
J Vizcaino 2 2
2 1.000
S Spencer 4 2 1 1 0.500
R Mondesi 4 2

0.500
J Girardi 11 5

0.455
R Ledee 9 4
3 0.444
S Brosius 28 12 1 3 0.429
A Soriano 29 12 3 9 0.414
R Ventura 5 2

0.400
N Johnson 21 8 1 3 0.381
C Fielder 8 3 1 3 0.375
H Matsui 31 11 1 9 0.355
J Giambi 20 7 1 3 0.350
C Davis 9 3
1 0.333
K Lofton 6 2 1 2 0.333
D Jeter 82 27 2 6 0.329
A Rodriguez 13 4

0.308
T Martinez 43 13 2 6 0.302
G Sheffield 10 3

0.300
J Posada 57 15 2 11 0.263
B Williams 73 19 2 12 0.260
C Knoblauch 29 7 1 5 0.241
M Duncan 13 3

0.231
M Cairo 9 2

0.222
T Raines 14 3

0.214
J Rivera 10 2
3 0.200
C Hayes 5 1
1 0.200
K Garcia 11 2

0.182
D Justice 17 3 1 3 0.176
P O'Neill 41 7
6 0.171
L Sojo 6 1

0.167
J Olerud 6 1

0.167
W Boggs 8 1

0.125
A Boone 16 1
1 0.063
J Leyritz 3

2 0.000
C Curtis 1


0.000
J Vander Wal 1


0.000
R Sierra 1


0.000
O Hernandez 1


0.000
T Clark 2


0.000
D Strawberry 5


0.000
R Sierra 5


0.000
           
Player AB H HR RBI AVG
TOTAL 669 190 20 95 0.284

Pitching Statistics
 
Pitcher W L ERA SV IP ER
E Loaiza

0.00
3.0 0
G Lloyd

0.00
2.1 0
D Weathers

0.00
2.1 0
J Wetteland

0.00
2.0 0
F Heredia

0.00
1.1 0
B Boehringer 1
0.00
0.1 0
M Rivera 1
0.49 5 18.1 1
R Clemens
1 2.00
9.0 2
O Hernandez 4 1 3.00
33.0 11
R Mendoza

3.00
3.0 1
A Pettitte 4 1 3.02
50.2 17
M Mussina 1 1 3.95
13.2 6
J Nelson
1 5.68
6.1 4
M Stanton

6.00
3.0 2
S Hitchcock

6.00
3.0 2
D Cone
1 6.00
12.0 8
D Wells 1
6.43
7.0 5
J Weaver

9.00
1.0 1
J Contreras
1 9.00
3.0 3
T Gordon

10.80
3.1 4
J Vazquez

13.50
2.0 3
J Witasick

13.50
0.2 1
G White

13.50
0.2 1
S Karsay

27.00
0.1 1
T Sturtze

27.00
0.1 1
K Brown
1 33.75
1.1 5







Pitcher W L ERA SV IP ER
TOTAL 12 8 3.89 5 183.0 79


 
 

Player Statistics of my World Series

Batting Statistics
 
Player AB H HR RBI AVG
S Brosius 13 7
1 0.538
A Soriano 6 3 1 2 0.500
R Ledee 9 4
3 0.444
N Johnson 7 3

0.429
T Martinez 11 4 1 4 0.364
C Knoblauch 11 4 1 3 0.364
C Davis 6 2
1 0.333
K Garcia 3 1

0.333
D Jeter 21 6   2 0.286
J Rivera 4 1   1 0.250
J Giambi 5 1

0.200
A Boone 5 1

0.200
B William 16 3 1 2 0.188
J Posada 18 3 1 2 0.167
P O'Neill 14 2   2 0.143
H Matsui 8 1 1 3 0.125
J Leyritz 0

1 0.000
C Curtis 1


0.000
O Hernandez 1


0.000
R Sierra 1


0.000
           
Player AB H HR RBI AVG
TOTAL 160 46 6 27 0.288

Pitching Statistics
 
Pitcher W L ERA SV IP ER
M Rivera

0.00 2 4.2 0
J Nelson

0.00
2.1 0
J Contreras

0.00
0.1 0
A Pettitte 1 1 0.57
15.2 1
O Hernandez 2
1.29
14.0 2
D Wells 1
6.43
7.0 5
M Stanton

18.00
1.0 2







Pitcher W L ERA SV IP ER
TOTAL 4 1 2.00 2 45.0 10


 

"I agree with Derek. What the hell is the difference whether I was in these games or not? Stats and Math just make baseball games more interesting. So, enjoy these numbers and have fun!"

- Joey Huang