The year of the Walk-off continues...

"I was waiting for it", Miranda said through an interpreter. Juan Miranda, a late September call-up from the Minor league, delivered and giving a 15th walk-off victory for the Yankees. The Cuban left hander scorched a ground ball up the middle, where it glanced off the leg of the Royals relief pitcher Farnsworth and bounded toward the home dugout.
This gave Eric Hinske, who singled and stole 2nd base earlier in the bottom of the 9th inning, raced home with the winning run. Final score: Yankees 4 Royals 3.

Walk-off wins has become a norm for the Yankees this season. Lets track back on the walk-off wins this season:

1. April 22
Yankees 9, A’s 7

Melky Cabrera hits a two-run homer in the bottom of the fourteenth.

2. May 1
Yankees 10, Angels 9

Jorge Posada knocks in the winning runs with a single off closer Brian Fuentes.

3. May 15
Yankees 5, Twins 4

The Yanks rally against All-Star Joe Nathan; Melky Cabrera’s two-out bloop single wins it.

4. May 16
Yankees 6, Twins 4

A-Rod blasts a two-run shot for the win, his first hit at the new stadium.

5. May 17
Yankees 3, Twins 2

Johnny Damon homers in the tenth to sweep the Twins. He tosses his helmet in the air; A-Rod and Melky Cabrera leap for it like fans chasing a foul ball.

6. May 23
Yankees 5, Phillies 4

A Melky Cabrera single off Brad Lidge beats the defending champs.

7. June 12
Yankees 9, Mets 8

A-Rod pops up to Mets second-baseman Luis Castillo … who drops the ball, allowing the two winning runs to score. It’s instantly the signature moment of the season—the Mets’ season.

8. July 4
Yankees 6, Blue Jays 5

On the anniversary of Lou Gehrig’s “Luckiest Man” speech and Dave Righetti’s no-hitter, Jorge Posada singles off Shawn Camp in the twelfth to win.

9. July 20
Yankees 2, Orioles 1

Hideki Matsui homers in the ninth.

10. August 7
Yankees 2, Red Sox 0

A-Rod breaks a scoreless tie with a homer in the fifteenth inning of a five-hour, 33-minute game.

11. August 12
Yankees 4, Blue Jays 3

Shawn Camp plays the goat once again, allowing a Robinson Cano RBI single in the eleventh.

12. August 28
Yankees 5, White Sox 2

Cano lines a homer into the Yankees’ bullpen to win.

13. September 8
Yankees 3, Rays 2

Nick Swisher hits his second home run of the game in the bottom of the ninth to break a tie.

14. September 16
Yankees 5, Blue Jays 4

The Yanks walk off on the Jays yet again on catcher Francisco Cervelli’s single. It’s their 34th comeback win at home, tying a team record.

15. September 29
Yankees 4, Royals 3
Juan Miranda scorched a ground ball up the middle, this gave Eric Hinske, who singled and stole 2nd base earlier in the bottom of the 9th inning, raced home with the winning run.

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