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ALL TIME YANKEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (Edited 04/16/11 02:21PM by SusanVette)
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    For decades the New York Yankee's had top of the line players on the team. The best in the history of baseball. The list isn't like that who are the best players of all time with every single player listed on the Roster that every put on pinstripes?

The following is a list of players, both past and current, who appeared at least in one game for the New York Yankees franchise, including the 1901-02 Baltimore Orioles, and the 1903-12 New York Highlanders.
 

Pick your top 10
| Closed on 12/31/11 at 12:45AM
FanIQ Pts? No | MLB, New York Yankees, AL East | Opinion List
Team Breakout:
Rank9 FansAvg (1st)
1.Lou Gehrig, IF, 1923–19393.8 (1)
2.Joe DiMaggio, OF, 1936–19513.4
3.Babe Ruth, OF, 1920–19343.3 (3)
4.Yogi Berra, C, 1946–19632.3
5.Mickey Mantle, OF, 1951–19682.1
6.Jim Abbott, P, 1993–19942.0 (1)
7.Mariano Rivera, P, 1995–present1.7
8.Alfredo Aceves, P, 2008–present1.3 (1)
9.Derek Jeter, IF, 1995–present1.3
10.Don Mattingly, IF, 1982–19951.3
Also receiving votes:Luis Aguayo, IF, 19881.1
Ivan Cruz, IF, 19971.1 (1)
Rick Anderson, P, 19791.1 (1)
Johnny Mize, IF, 1949–19531.1 (1)
Clay Bellinger, OF, 1996–20021.0
Whitey Ford, P, 1950–19671.0
Jonathan Albaladejo, P, 2008–present1.0
Reggie Jackson, OF, 1977–19811.0
José Cruz, OF, 19881.0
Ivy Andrews, P, 1931–1932, 1937–19381.0
Harry Ables, P, 19111.0
Roger Maris, OF, 1960–19661.0
Thurman Munson, C, 1969–19790.9
Doc Adkins, P, 19030.9
Rip Collins, P, 1920–19210.9
Jack Cullen, P, 1962–19660.9
Pete Appleton, P, 19330.9
Bobby Abreu, OF, 2006–20080.9
Enos Slaughter, OF, 1954–19590.8
Matty Alou, OF, 19730.8
Roy Cullenbine, OF, 19420.8
Juan Acevedo, P, 20030.8
Spencer Adams, IF, 19260.7
Steve Adkins, P, 19900.7
Bobby Bonds, OF, 19750.7
Jack Aker, P, 1969–19720.7
Rubén Amaro, Sr., IF, 1966–19680.7
Nick Cullop, P, 1916–19170.7
Jim Kaat, P, 1979–19800.6
Rugger Ardizoia, P, 19470.6
Nick Cullop, OF, 19260.6
Johnny Blanchard, OF, 1955–19650.4
Miguel Cairo, IF, 2004, 2006–20070.4
Mike Aldrete, OF, 19960.4
Lefty Gomez, P, 1930–19420.4
Elston Howard, C, 1955–19670.4
John Cumberland, P, 1968–19700.4
Jim Curry, IF, 19110.3
Andy Pettitte, P, 1995–2003, 2006–present0.3
CC Sabathia, P, 2009–present0.3
Bob Tewksbury, P, 1986–19870.3
Fred Curtis, IF, 19050.2
Robinson Canó, IF, 2005–present0.2
Jack Clark, OF, 19880.2
Bernie Williams, OF, 1991–20060.2
Mike Armstrong, P, 1984–19860.2
Neal Ball, IF, 1907–19090.1
Graig Nettles, IF, 1973–19830.1
Chad Curtis, OF, 1997–19990.1
Bill Dickey, C, 1928–19460.1
Doyle Alexander, P, 1976, 1982–19830.1
Todd Zeile, IF, 20030.1

  
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#1 | 1388 days ago

You have got to effing kidding with this poll...    You sure this is EVERYONE who appeared on ONE game?
#2 | 1388 days ago
BDV4U (+)

I did the serious one on the first go around and did a silly Cardinal one for this time. Still, some formidable names of the game in my group!
1. Johnny Mize, IF, 1949–1953  2. Roger Maris, OF, 1960–1966  3. Rip Collins, P, 1920–1921  4. Enos Slaughter, OF, 1954–1959  5. Bobby Bonds, OF, 1975  6. Jim Kaat, P, 1979–1980  7. Miguel Cairo, IF, 2004, 2006–2007  8. Bob Tewksbury, P, 1986–1987  9. Jack Clark, OF, 1988  10. Todd Zeile, IF, 2003  
#3 | 1388 days ago

A few years ago I did one for every position on every team.  But I limited mine to the 5 or 10 players who played the most games for that team.  Not EVERY player who ever played!  That list would be WAY too long!
#4 | 1388 days ago

How long did this take you?

I almost got tired and wrote in Cecil Fielders name...what a poll!
1. Babe Ruth, OF, 1920–1934  2. Lou Gehrig, IF, 1923–1939  3. Joe DiMaggio, OF, 1936–1951  4. Yogi Berra, C, 1946–1963  5. Mickey Mantle, OF, 1951–1968  6. Derek Jeter, IF, 1995–present  7. Lefty Gomez, P, 1930–1942  8. Whitey Ford, P, 1950–1967  9. Don Mattingly, IF, 1982–1995  10. Bill Dickey, C, 1928–1946  
#5 | 1388 days ago

My list I have some of the past even before the Yankee's because you should never forget you past and I even go the future of the Yankees.
1. Babe Ruth, OF, 1920–1934  2. Mariano Rivera, P, 1995–present  3. Yogi Berra, C, 1946–1963  4. Joe DiMaggio, OF, 1936–1951  5. Lou Gehrig, IF, 1923–1939  6. Mickey Mantle, OF, 1951–1968  7. Elston Howard, C, 1955–1967  8. CC Sabathia, P, 2009–present  9. Robinson Canó, IF, 2005–present  10. Whitey Ford, P, 1950–1967  
#6 | 1388 days ago

BDV4U wrote:
I did the serious one on the first go around and did a silly Cardinal one for this time. Still, some formidable names of the game in my group!
Miguel Cairo
1. Babe Ruth, OF, 1920–1934  2. Mariano Rivera, P, 1995–present  3. Yogi Berra, C, 1946–1963  4. Joe DiMaggio, OF, 1936–1951  5. Lou Gehrig, IF, 1923–1939  6. Mickey Mantle, OF, 1951–1968  7. Elston Howard, C, 1955–1967  8. CC Sabathia, P, 2009–present  9. Robinson Canó, IF, 2005–present  10. Whitey Ford, P, 1950–1967  
#7 | 1388 days ago
BDV4U (+)

TatsuKlinga2812812 wrote:
Miguel Cairo
Yes?
1. Johnny Mize, IF, 1949–1953  2. Roger Maris, OF, 1960–1966  3. Rip Collins, P, 1920–1921  4. Enos Slaughter, OF, 1954–1959  5. Bobby Bonds, OF, 1975  6. Jim Kaat, P, 1979–1980  7. Miguel Cairo, IF, 2004, 2006–2007  8. Bob Tewksbury, P, 1986–1987  9. Jack Clark, OF, 1988  10. Todd Zeile, IF, 2003  
#8 | 1388 days ago

TatsuKlinga2812812 wrote:
My list I have some of the past even before the Yankee's because you should never forget you past and I even go the future of the Yankees.
You mean guys they will buy away from their current teams like Albert Pujols and Tim Lincecum?
#9 | 1387 days ago
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ML31 wrote:
You mean guys they will buy away from their current teams like Albert Pujols and Tim Lincecum?
Hey, Al has gone on record this offseason that he wants to negotiate an extension and stay in St. Louis. Don't put him in pinstripes just yet!
1. Johnny Mize, IF, 1949–1953  2. Roger Maris, OF, 1960–1966  3. Rip Collins, P, 1920–1921  4. Enos Slaughter, OF, 1954–1959  5. Bobby Bonds, OF, 1975  6. Jim Kaat, P, 1979–1980  7. Miguel Cairo, IF, 2004, 2006–2007  8. Bob Tewksbury, P, 1986–1987  9. Jack Clark, OF, 1988  10. Todd Zeile, IF, 2003  
#10 | 1387 days ago

BDV4U wrote:
Hey, Al has gone on record this offseason that he wants to negotiate an extension and stay in St. Louis. Don't put him in pinstripes just yet!
Just making a point...   The fact is, if the Yankees want any free agent, no one has the pockets to go up against them.  The only way that doesn't happen is if the player himself decides he doesn't want the bigger payday and takes the payday from a club he WANTS to be with.

Sad but true.
#11 | 1387 days ago

BDV4U wrote:
Hey, Al has gone on record this offseason that he wants to negotiate an extension and stay in St. Louis. Don't put him in pinstripes just yet!
Yankee's done need another first basemen lol. We have a better defensive first basemen already might not be as good at the plate but he is good enough both will end up in some town anyway's in New York Cooperstown. Yankee's just have no room for him at all.
1. Babe Ruth, OF, 1920–1934  2. Mariano Rivera, P, 1995–present  3. Yogi Berra, C, 1946–1963  4. Joe DiMaggio, OF, 1936–1951  5. Lou Gehrig, IF, 1923–1939  6. Mickey Mantle, OF, 1951–1968  7. Elston Howard, C, 1955–1967  8. CC Sabathia, P, 2009–present  9. Robinson Canó, IF, 2005–present  10. Whitey Ford, P, 1950–1967  
#12 | 1387 days ago

ML31 wrote:
You mean guys they will buy away from their current teams like Albert Pujols and Tim Lincecum?
The Yank's don't need Pujols enough said.
1. Babe Ruth, OF, 1920–1934  2. Mariano Rivera, P, 1995–present  3. Yogi Berra, C, 1946–1963  4. Joe DiMaggio, OF, 1936–1951  5. Lou Gehrig, IF, 1923–1939  6. Mickey Mantle, OF, 1951–1968  7. Elston Howard, C, 1955–1967  8. CC Sabathia, P, 2009–present  9. Robinson Canó, IF, 2005–present  10. Whitey Ford, P, 1950–1967  
#13 | 1387 days ago

TatsuKlinga2812812 wrote:
The Yank's don't need Pujols enough said.
I can't imagine any team couldn't find room for a bat like Albert's.  They moved Alex Rodriguez so they could have his bat in the line up.  They can find a way to do it with Albert if he is available and they want him.
#14 | 1387 days ago

ML31 wrote:
I can't imagine any team couldn't find room for a bat like Albert's.  They moved Alex Rodriguez so they could have his bat in the line up.  They can find a way to do it with Albert if he is available and they want him.
Two 300million dollar contract's it will not happen. The Yankee's will never have Albert Pujols that is 100% fact. Albert will never be an Yankee.
1. Babe Ruth, OF, 1920–1934  2. Mariano Rivera, P, 1995–present  3. Yogi Berra, C, 1946–1963  4. Joe DiMaggio, OF, 1936–1951  5. Lou Gehrig, IF, 1923–1939  6. Mickey Mantle, OF, 1951–1968  7. Elston Howard, C, 1955–1967  8. CC Sabathia, P, 2009–present  9. Robinson Canó, IF, 2005–present  10. Whitey Ford, P, 1950–1967  
#15 | 1181 days ago

I'm tired

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