Interleague Review: New York Yankees

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Interleague Review: New York Yankees

The interleague section of the schedule has ended for most teams of the MLB. Though interleague play is not over yet for this team, let's take a look back at how the New York Yankees did during interleague:

May 16-18: vs. New York Mets

May 16: Game was rained out. Was played in a doubleheader on June 27.

May 17: Yankees lost 7-4

May 18: Yankees lost again 11-2. Interleague standing: 0-2.

June 13-15: at Houston Astros

June 13: Yankees finally won an interleague game in 2008, 2-1.

June 14: Yankees won 8-4.

June 15: Yankees won 13-0. Interleague standing: 3-2.

June 17-19: vs. San Diego Padres

June 17: Yankees won 8-0.

June 18: Yankees won 8-5.

June 19: Yankees won 2-1. Interleague standing: 6-2.

June 20-22: vs. Cincinnati Reds

June 20: Yankees lost 4-2.

June 21: Yankees lost again 6-0.

June 22: Yankees won finally 4-1. Interleague standing: 7-4.

June 24-26: at Pittsburgh Pirates

June 24: Yankees lost 12-5.

June 25: Yankees won 10-0.

June 26: The game was rained out. It will be played on July 10 Interleague standing: 8-5.

June 27-29: at New York Mets

June 27: In an historic doubleheader, the Yankees lost at home 15-6 and the Yankees won at Shea Stadium 9-0.

June 28: Yankees won 3-2.

June 29: Yankees lost the season series vs Mets, they lost the game 3-1.

Final Interleague Standings (until July 10): 10-7.

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