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  • 1999
  • 1 Season
  • 6.5  (859)

The New York Yankees is a Major League Baseball franchise who play their home games in Bronx, New York. The majority of their games are shown on YES - Yankees Entertainment and Sports. YES Network is available locally in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and in some parts of Pennsylvania. Pre-game and post-game shows are hosted by Bob Lorenz and include highlights, analysis, and player interviews. The play-by-play man for television coverage is Michael Kay, who is joined by a rotating group of analysts that include former Yankee players Paul O'Neill, Al Leiter, David Cone, John Flaherty, and Ken Singleton. Television coverage of the Yankees is not confined to just live games. YES has a plethora of shows chronicling the history of the Yankees including Yankeeography and Yankees Classics. Yankeeography is a biography-style show featuring legendary Yankees players from the past, and Yankees Classics airs historic games, generally games with iconic memorable moments.

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2003 ALCS, Game 7: Red Sox at Yankees
6. 2003 ALCS, Game 7: Red Sox at Yankees
September 16, 2003
All that was on the line was a trip to the World Series. The starting pitchers. Merely two of the greats of their generation in Roger Clemens and Pedro Martinez, who brought a combined nine Cy Young Awards into this epic showdown. The teams. Just the Red Sox and Yankees, epic rivals for decades upon decades. When they met for Game 7 of the American League Championship Series at a juiced-up Yankee Stadium on the night of October 16, it seemed impossible that the Red Sox and Yankees could live up to a game that was hyped like few others. True enough, it didn't live up to the hype. Instead, it was even better than advertised.
2003 ALCS, Game 3: Yankees at Red Sox
5. 2003 ALCS, Game 3: Yankees at Red Sox
October 11, 2003
It was billed as a heavyweight bout: Roger Clemens vs. Pedro Martinez. Yankees vs. Red Sox. The game actually exceeded the hype, as New York prevailed, 4-3, at Fenway Park during an evening that included a benches-clearing incident. During the fracas, Martinez knocked down charging Yankees bench coach Don Zimmer.
2001 World Series, Game 4: Diamondbacks at Yankees
4. 2001 World Series, Game 4: Diamondbacks at Yankees
October 31, 2001
October 31, 2001: 2001 World Series, Game 4: Arizona Diamondbacks 3 at New York Yankees 4, F/10 -- Under a full moon on Halloween night, the Yankees pulled off one of the most spectacular and dramatic comebacks in history. Arizona ace Curt Schilling -- starting on three days rest for the first time in his career -- was solid through seven innings, giving way to closer Byung-Hyun Kim in the 8th. Kim retired the next five batters, and the D-backs were just one out away from taking a commanding 3-1 Series lead. Cue Yankee magic: Tino Martinez, 0-for-9 to this point, clobbers the first pitch for a ninth-inning, two-out, two run blast to tie the game, 3-3. Mariano Rivera retired the side in the 10th, and neatly set the stage for Derek Jeter's dramatic walk-off home run in the bottom of the inning. The ball flew out of the park and into a jubilant Yankee Stadium crowd just as the clock crept past midnight, instantly earning Jeter the moniker Mr. November.
2001 ALDS, Game 3: Yankees at A's
3. 2001 ALDS, Game 3: Yankees at A's
October 31, 2001
With their backs against the wall for the first time since 1997, the Yankees traveled to Oakland one loss away from elimination. A's starter Barry Zito stifled the Yanks through four innings, until Jorge Posada belted a solo homer in the fifth. Mike Mussina also pitched a gem, the key turning point coming on a bang-bang play in the bottom of the 7th, when Terrence Long drilled a ball into the right field corner. Yankee right fielder Shane Spencer fielded and threw toward the plate, where Jeremy Giambi was trying to score from first without sliding. Shortstop Derek Jeter, up the first base line, cut the throw off and executed a backhanded flip to Posada, who tagged Giambi out, 9-6-2. The eye-popping play preserved the lead, ended the inning, and turned the Series momentum the Yankees' way.
2000 World Series, Game 2: Mets at Yankees
2. 2000 World Series, Game 2: Mets at Yankees
October 22, 2000
October 22, 2000: 2000 World Series, Game 2: New York Mets 5 at New York Yankees 6, F -- Although Roger Clemens dominated the game with eight two-hit innings, it wasn't his pitching that garnered the postgame headlines. The Yankees seized control of the first Subway Series in 44 years with a 6-5 victory, but the buzz of the game was the "Clemens vs. Piazza Incident." Shattering Mike Piazza's bat with a first-inning fastball, Clemens bounded off the mound, fielded the bat, and oddly flung the broken piece in Piazza's direction. Both benches cleared, and after some tense moments, order was restored and Piazza grounded out on the next pitch to end the inning. Postgame, Clemens insisted his actions were unintentional and instinctive, while Piazza was simply shocked and confused by the bizarre incident. As for the game, the Yankees built a 6-0 lead before withstanding a ninth-inning Mets rally to earn a 6-5 win for their record 14th straight World Series victory.
1999 World Series, Game 4: Braves at Yankees
1. 1999 World Series, Game 4: Braves at Yankees
October 27, 1999
The Yankees became the first team to sweep consecutive World Series in 60 years -- since the DiMaggio Yankees did it to the Cubs and Reds in 1938-39 - when they beat the Atlanta Braves 4-1 in Yankee Stadium. After a regular season filled with personal tragedies and illnesses, the final game of the decade saw 56,752 fans cheer on Roger Clemens for seven-plus innings as the future Hall of Famer allowed just one run, then sat back and watched as Mariano Rivera finished-off Atlanta and helped the Rocket earn his first World Series title.
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The New York Yankees is a Major League Baseball franchise who play their home games in Bronx, New York. The majority of their games are shown on YES - Yankees Entertainment and Sports. YES Network is available locally in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and in some parts of Pennsylvania.

Pre-game and post-game shows are hosted by Bob Lorenz and include highlights, analysis, and player interviews. The play-by-play man for television coverage is Michael Kay, who is joined by a rotating group of analysts that include former Yankee players Paul O'Neill, Al Leiter, David Cone, John Flaherty, and Ken Singleton.

Television coverage of the Yankees is not confined to just live games. YES has a plethora of shows chronicling the history of the Yankees including Yankeeography and Yankees Classics. Yankeeography is a biography-style show featuring legendary Yankees players from the past, and Yankees Classics airs historic games, generally games with iconic memorable moments.

New York Yankees is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (6 episodes). The series first aired on October 27, 1999.

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New York Yankees is available for streaming on the MLB website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch New York Yankees on demand at Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    October 27, 1999
  • IMDB Rating
    6.5  (859)