Top 10 Wins Against the New York YankeesThe New York Yankees are perhaps the most despised franchise in all of sports. So any time a team wins a big series against them, it makes everyone's day. Here are the top 10 victories against the Yankees
The only walk-off home run to win Game 7 of the World Series was from Bill Mazeroski. The final score was 10-9 as the Pirates won the World Series.
Down 3-0 in the ALCS, the Red Sox rallied to become the first MLB team in history to win four straight games after losing the first three to the Yankees. This propelled them to win it all in the World Series.
After seven failed attempts to beat New York in the Fall Classic, the Dodgers won their first and only World Series in Brooklyn against the Yankees in 1955. It was a complete game shutout in Game 7 from Johnny Podres that did the trick.
Despite losing three straight games in Yankee Stadium to fall behind 3-2, the Diamondbacks won Game 6 to force a Game 7. There, they rallied from a 2-1 deficit in the bottom of the ninth inning against Mariano Rivera to end New York's chances of a four-peat.
Down 2-0 in the ALDS to the Yankees, Seattle rallied back with two home wins to force a Game 5. Trailing 5-4 in the bottom of the eleventh, Edgar Martinez delivered the biggest hit in franchise history with a double to score two runs and send the Mariners to the ALCS.
In one of the best series in recent memory, the Astros overcame a 3-2 deficit to the Yankees by winning Games 6 and 7 to reach the World Series.
After dropping Game 1, the Tigers answered back with three straight wins to upset the Yankees in the ALDS.
Despite blowing Game 1, the Rangers defeated the Yankees in six games in the 2010 ALCS, ending years of previous playoff losses to the Bronx Bombers.
In the final year before they would slump, the Yankees lost to Bob Gibson and the St. Louis Cardinals in a seven-game World Series.
Trailing 2-1 in the series and in Game 4, the Indians tied the score on a Sandy Alomar home run. Then, after completing the comeback with a win, the Indians finished off the defending champs in Game 5.
It was the revenge series for the Royals, and when they beat the Yankees in Game 3 of the American League Championship Series, Yankee Stadium went silent, and the Royals loved it.
Happy Jack Chesbro's 41 wins might have been 42 if not for the most famous wild pitch in baseball history.
The Braves' 1-2 punch of Eddie Mathews and Hank Aaron, along with great pitching from Warren Spahn and Lew Burdette, defeated the Yankees in Game 7 at Yankee Stadium.