Barnsley won successive home league games for the first time this season and the first time since February/March 2014.
Those 1-0 wins over Millwall and then Nottingham Forest were also the last time The Reds kept successive home clean sheets.
On loan Stoke striker George Waring opened the scoring on his professional debut.
On the other side of the scale to Waring, Conor Hourihane reaffirmed his status as the club’s top scorer with his 12th goal of the season and he has netted in successive home league matches for the second time this season.
Hourihane’s 12 goals have come in 11 matches, of which only three have ended in defeat.
Barnsley played against ten men for the second successive game and there has now been three red cards shown in the last four Barnsley matches.
Ben Nugent is the first opposition player to be shown a first half red card in a Barnsley match since Brian Stock for Burnley in the FA Cup in January 2013.
It has not happened in a league match since Blackpool’s Keith Southern in April 2012.
Yeovil were the first team to fail to land a shot on target against Barnsley since Doncaster in November 2013. That game finished goal-less.
Barnsley went in at half time goalless for the first time in eight league matches. This is the fifth time it has happened in 2014-2015 and only the second time The Reds have gone on to win.
Today was Yeovil’s third ever visit to Oakwell and they are still yet to win.
The Glovers prop up the division, five points adrift of safety and they have lost five games in a row in all competitions for the first time since October 2012.
George Williams (for Ramage 28)
Milan Lalkovic (for Lita 68)
Dale Jennings (for Kiwomya 77)
Adam Davies, Reece Brown, Michael Phenix, Luke Berry,
Sky Bet League One results: Saturday 10th January 2015:
BARNSLEY 2-0 Yeovil
Bradford 1-2 Rochdale
Bristol City 4-0 Notts County
Chesterfield 3-0 Port Vale
Crawley 2-2 MK Dons
Crewe 3-1 Gillingham
Leyton Orient 0-1 Fleetwood
Oldham 2-2 Doncaster
Peterborough 0-2 Colchester
Sheffield United 2-1 Preston
Walsall 1-4 Scunthorpe
Monday 12th January 2015:
Coventry 0-3 Swindon
Barnsley lie in 16th place in the Sky Bet League One with 29 points from 23 games.
We are 7 points off the Play-Offs, 22 points off the Automatic Promotion Places, 22 points off First place and 4 points above the Relegation Zone.
Up to 10/1/15
On The Road:
Sky Bet League One Matchday Twenty-Four: Doncaster v Barnsley, Saturday 17th January 2015. Kick-Off 3pm.
Over 60 £17.00
Young Adult (17-20yrs) £13.00
Juvenile (12-16 yrs) £8.00
Juvenile (Under 12) £5.00
Sky Bet League One Matchday Twenty-Six: Barnsley v Port Vale, Saturday 31st January 2015. Kick-Off: 3pm.
Over 65’s: £15-£18
Age 17-21: £15-£18
Age 12-16: £10
Under 12: £5