Yankees: 5 Best Moments Of The 2010s

The New York Yankees may not have won a championship in the 2010s, but there were still several memorable moments. Which rank among the best? 

While the New York Yankees fell short of their ultimate goal of winning their 28th world series title in the 2010s, there were several of moments no Yankees fan will forget. 

Here are the five that stand out the most:

No. 5: Yankees power back to beat Boston (2012)

A day after the Yankees spoiled the Red Sox 100th year anniversary of Fenway Park celebrations with a road victory, it appeared Boston would get their revenge.

The Red Sox took a commanding 9-0 lead into the top of the sixth. That’s when the Yankees hit finally found the scoreboard on what felt like a harmless solo home run by Mark Teixeira. Little did anyone at Fenway Park know, this would be beginning of an all-time great rally.

In the top of the seventh, the Yankees crept closer as Nick Swisher and Teixeira both slammed three-run home runs over the Green Monster to cut the Boston lead to 9-8.

Then in the eighth, the Yankees pulled ahead as Swisher hit a two-run double to put the Bombers ahead. The Yankees would at to their lead later in the inning as Teixeira drove in two more with a ground-rule double, Russell Martin hit a two-run double, and Derek Jeter hit an RBI single to give the Yankees 15 unanswered runs that they’d ride to a 15-9 victory.

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