15. Lou Gehrig's Triple Crown Season
Here's a bit of Yankee trivia: Who has more MVP awards, Babe Ruth or Lou Gehrig? It's Gehrig, two to one, and, oddly enough, he didn't win either of them in 1934, when he led the American League in batting average (.363), RBI (165), and home runs (49). And lest the Sabermatricians call these meaningless "counting stats," the Iron Horse also led the league in both on base percentage and slugging percentage as well.