1. October 10, 1904: Throwing It All Away.
In which Happy Jack Chesbro pitches his team to the brink of a pennant.
2. July 25, 1912: A Yankee First.
In which Bert Daniels and the Highlanders enter the record books.
3. April 24, 1917: Like Barn Doors.
In which George Mogridge Hurls the First Yankee No-Hitter.
4. July 6, 1920: Bombers Away.
In which the Yankees set a new record by tallying fourteen runs in a single inning.
5. October 5, 1921: In The Company of Giants.
In which the Yankees play their first World Series Game.
6. September 4, 1923: Philadelphia Un-Athletic.
In which "Sad Sam" Jones shines.
7. October 10, 1926: Crime Doesn't Pay.
In which Babe Ruth puts an odd finale on the Series.
8. July 26, 1928: Thrice He Routed All His Foes.
In which Bob Meusel sets a new American League record.
9. June 3, 1932: The Hits Keep On Coming.
In which the Iron Horse and Poosh 'Em Up Tony have memorable days.
10. October 1,1932: Two Balls In The Corner Pocket.
In which Babe Ruth performs the most debated gesture in sports history.
11. August 1, 1937: Pride of the Yankees.
In which Columbia Lou makes another mark in the record books.
12. August 27, 1938: Nine Little Indians.
In which Monte Pearson notches a tenth consecutive win in style.
13. July 19, 1940: The Neatest Trick.
In which everything goes right for Buddy Rosar.
14. September 8, 1940: Bombed in Boston.
In which Joe Gordon has a perfect day at the plate.
15. June 29, 1941: Clipping The Sizzler.
In which Joe DiMaggio reaches one milestone on his way to another.
16. October 5, 1941: Making Out Just Fine.
In which Old Reliable figures out how to win a game after the final out.
17. October 3, 1947: Almost Immortal.
In which Floyd "Bill" Bevens needs one more out.
18. May 20, 1948: Jolt From The Blue.
In which, eleven years later, Joe D. repeats a feat.
19. October 2, 1949: To The Wire.
In which Boston needs to win only one of two for a pennant.
20. July 12, 1951: Hail To The Chief.
In which Allie Reynolds twirls a gem.
21. September 28, 1951: Reynolds Wrap.
In which Superchief does it again.
22. October 7, 1952.
In which Billy the Kid snatches victory out of the air.
23. October 4, 1955: Dem Bums.
In which the Wild Man tames the Dodgers, but the Yankees fail to score.
24. October 8, 1956: Imperfect Man.
In which Don Larsen finds a ball in his shoe .
25. July 23, 1957.
In which Mickey Mantle thrills all.
26. October 13, 1960: Pittsburgh Stealers.
In which a team which was thoroughly dominated nonetheless emerges on top.
27. September 20, 1961: Racing Ruth (& Frick).
In which Roger Maris finds himself having the worst best season ever.
28. October 8, 1961: Rough Year for Ruth.
In which Whitey Ford breaks Ruth's most favorite record.
29. October 16, 1962: Redemption.
In which Ralph Terry finds himself on the mound for the final pitch of the season, again.
30. October 10, 1964: The Bulldog.
In which a young "pheenom" and an old hero triumph.
31. August 29, 1972.
In which another kid from Oklahoma shines.
32. October 14, 1976: Chaos Unleashed.
In which the Yankees unlock the Bronx Zoo.
33. October 9, 1977: Royal Treatment.
In which George Brett and Kansas City experience d‚j vu all over again.
34. October 18, 1977: Mr. October.
In which Reginald Martinez Jackson joins the ranks of the exalted.
35. October 2, 1978: Dented.
In which Carl Yastrzemski has reason to kick the Green Monster.
36. August 6, 1979: Captain, My Captain.
In which Bobby Murcer memorializes a close friend with the game of a lifetime.
37. July 4, 1983: Prince Righetti.
In which we enjoy "heat in the mid-nineties".
38. July 24 and August 18, 1983; Sticky Situation.
In which a game is lost, won, and lost again.
39. September 30, 1984: Photo Finish.
In which David and Goliath do battle under the glare of the media.
40. July 1, 1990: No No No.
In which a tough-luck pitcher's luck gets even tougher.
41. eptember 4, 1993: One for the Books.
In which a courageous pitcher defeats his opponents single-handedly.
42. September 3, 1995: Races Wild.
In which the wild-card race is enlivened by one player's special day.
43. October 8, 1995: Seattle Slew.
In which the Captain excels but a pitch goes Strange.
44. May 14, 1996: Dr. No.
In which a New York icon makes an improbable comeback.
45. October 23, 1996: King of the Comeback.
In which the first of a long line of elite closers is broken by Yankee magic.
46. May 17, 1998: Imperfect Man II.
In which history repeats itself in grand fashion.
47. July 18, 1999: Just Deserts.
In which a medical miracle and a dose of old Yankee magic reward a pitcher's patience.
48. October 14, 2000: Rocket's Red Glare.
In which Roger Clemens proves he is a Yankee and a champion in Seattle.
49. October 13, 2001: The Play.
In which hope flares again in a grieving city.
50. October 16, 2003: The Curse Lives.
In which Fate brings together old rivals and makes new heroes.
The Greatest Games Ranked 1 to 50.
The "Other" 50 Greatest Games.
Notes on Research Techniques.