Jack Chesbro
1903-1909
1904: 41 Wins
Wee Willie Keeler
1903-1909
Frank "Home Run" Baker
1916-1919, 1921-1922
Carl Mays
1919-1923
Col. Jacob Ruppert
Owner 1915-1939
Herb Pennock
1923-1933
April 18, 1923
"The House That Ruth Built" Opens
Miller Huggins
MGR 1918-1929
Earle Combs
1924-1935
Bob Meusel
1920-1929
Lou Gehrig with the Babe.
2,130 Streak Begins 6/2/25
Babe Ruth
1927: 60 HR
Murderer's Row
1927 Yankees Lineup
Tony Lazzeri
1926-1937
Lefty Gomez
1930-1942
Babe Ruth
1920-1934
714 Career HR
Bill Dickey
1928-1943, 1946
Frank Crosetti
INF 1932-1948
Coach 1949-1968
Red Ruffing
1930-1942, 1945-1946
Lou Gehrig
1927 & 1936 AL MVP
"The Iron Horse"
Lou Gehrig
1923-1939
"Joltin' Joe" DiMaggio
1941: Hitting Streak
56 Games
Joe Gordon
1938-1943, 1946
1942 AL MVP
Spud Chandler
1937-1947
1943 AL MVP
"The Yankee Clipper"
Joe DiMaggio
1936-1942, 1946-1951
Yogi Berra
1946-1963
1948: The Babe Says Goodbye to
the fans of Yankee Stadium
Joe Page
1944-1950
1949 World Series MVP
Phil Rizzuto
1941-1942, 1946-1956
1950 AL MVP 1951 WS MVP
Allie Reynolds
1947-1954
1951:Changing of the guard
Joe DiMaggio Retires
Mickey Mantle Debuts
"The Old Professor"
Casey Stengel
MGR 1949-1960
Billy Martin
1950-1957
1953 World Series MVP
Moose Skowron
1954-1962
Yogi Berra
3-Time MVP
1951, 1954 & 1955
Don Larsen
1955-1959
1956: World Series MVP & Perfect Game
Mickey Mantle
1956 Triple Crown
1956, 1957 & 1962 MVP
Bobby Richardson
1955-1966

1960 World Series MVP
Tony Kubek
1957-1965

1957 Rookie of the Year
Clete Boyer
1959-1966
Elston Howard
1955-1967
1963 AL MVP
Ralph Terry
1956-1957, 1959-1964
1962 World Series MVP
Whitey Ford
1950, 1953-1966
Bob Turley
1955-1962
1958 Cy Young & Series MVP
"The M & M Boys"
Mickey Mantle and
Roger Maris
Roger Maris
1960-1966

1960 & 1961 MVP & 61 HR
Tom Tresh
1961-1969

1962 Rookie of the Year
Joe McCarthy
MGR 1931-1946
Tommy Henrich
1937-1942, 1946-1950
Joe Pepitone
1962-1969
Mel Stottlemyre
1964-1974
Mickey Mantle
1951-1968
536 Career HR
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Hal Chase
1905-1913
Wally Pipp
1915-1925
Waite Hoyt
1921-1930
Joe DiMaggio
3-Time MVP Winner
1938, 1941, & 1947
George Stirnweiss
1943-1950
Gil McDougald
1951-1960

1951 Rookie of the Year
Johnny Mize
1949-1953
1952 World Series MVP
Bob Grim
1954-1958

1954 Rookie of the Year
Whitey Ford
1961 Cy Young &
World Series MVP
Stan Bahnsen
1966, 1968-1971

1968 Rookie of the Year
Bob Cerv
1951-1956, 1960-1962
Jim Bouton
1962-1967
Horace Clarke
1965-1974
Gene Michael
1968-1974
Ron Blomberg
1969, 1971-1976
1973: AL's First DH
Mel Allen
Announcer 1939-1964, 1976-1983, 1990
 
 
 
 
 
 
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