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Posted 28 December 2011 - 02:41 PM

One might argue that the Yankees have constructed a perfect machine for producing ,590 winning percentage seasons.

Over the five regular seasons from 2007 through 2011, the Yankees had the best overall record in the majors, 478-332, for a.590 winning percentage over those five years.

Over the five regular seasons from 2006 through 2010, the Yankees had the best overall record in the majors, 478-332, for a.590 winning percentage over those five years.

Over the five regular seasons from 2005 through 2009, the Yankees had the best overall record in the majors, 478-332, for a.590 winning percentage over those five years.

A .590- winning percentage represents an average of between 95 and 96 wins a season. Over the two seasons 2010-2011, the Yankees won 192 regular season games, a 96-win average. Over the two seasons before that, 2008-2009, the Yankees won 192 regular season games, a 96-win average. Over the two seasons before that, 2006-2007, the Yankees won 191 regular season games, a 95.5 -win average. Stadiums come and go, owners come and go, managers come and go, but the Yankees produce the same d**n wins off the assembly line year after year.




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