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ALL TIME YANKEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (Edited 09/05/14 10:45AM 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 09/05/14 at 05:00PM
FanIQ Pts? No | MLB, New York Yankees, AL East | Opinion List
Team Breakout:
Rank10 FansAvg (1st)
1.Yogi Berra, C, 1946–19636.7 (2)
2.Babe Ruth, OF, 1920–19346.3 (4)
3.Lou Gehrig, IF, 1923–19395.9 (2)
4.Mickey Mantle, OF, 1951–19685.0
5.Joe DiMaggio, OF, 1936–19514.9 (1)
6.Whitey Ford, P, 1950–19673.0 (1)
7.Derek Jeter, IF, 1995–present3.0
8.Mariano Rivera, P, 1995–present2.5
9.Don Mattingly, IF, 1982–19951.3
10.Robinson Canó, IF, 2005–present1.0
Also receiving votes:Thurman Munson, C, 1969–19790.9
Dale Berra, IF, 1985–19860.9
Doc Adkins, P, 19030.9
Phil Rizzuto, IF, 1941–19560.8
Reggie Jackson, OF, 1977–19810.8
Ángel Berroa, IF, 20090.8
Spencer Adams, IF, 19260.8
Walt Alexander, C, 1915–19170.7
Doug Bird, P, 1980–19810.7
Roger Maris, OF, 1960–19660.7
Bernie Allen, IF, 1972–19730.6
Ewell Blackwell, P, 1952–19530.6
Felipe Alou, OF, 1971–19730.5
Alex Rodriguez, IF, 2004–present0.5
Ricky Bones, P, 19960.5
Dell Alston, OF, 1977–19780.4
Waite Hoyt, P, 1921–19300.4
Dave Winfield, OF, 1981–1988, 19900.4
Tommy John, P, 1979–1982, 1986–19890.4
Aaron Boone, IF, 20030.4
Doyle Alexander, P, 1976, 1982–19830.3
Charlie Keller, OF, 1939–1949, 19520.3
Tony Lazzeri, IF, 1926–19370.3
Joe Borowski, P, 1997–19980.3
Erick Almonte, IF, 2001, 20030.2
Red Ruffing, P, 1930–19460.2
Hank Bauer, OF, 1948–19590.2
Bernie Williams, OF, 1991–20060.2
Marv Breuer, P, 1939–19430.2
Jim Brideweser, IF, 1951–19530.1
Andy Pettitte, P, 1995–2003, 2006–present0.1
Jack Chesbro, P, 1903–19090.1
Lefty Gomez, P, 1930–19420.1
Steve Adkins, P, 19900.1

  
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#1 | 892 days ago

take out keller and give me DiMaggio...forgot him..sorry Joe
1. Lou Gehrig, IF, 1923–1939  2. Babe Ruth, OF, 1920–1934  3. Mickey Mantle, OF, 1951–1968  4. Don Mattingly, IF, 1982–1995  5. Yogi Berra, C, 1946–1963  6. Derek Jeter, IF, 1995–present  7. Tommy John, P, 1979–1982, 1986–1989  8. Charlie Keller, OF, 1939–1949, 1952  9. Phil Rizzuto, IF, 1941–1956  10. Mariano Rivera, P, 1995–present  
#2 | 745 days ago

My all-time Yankees 25 man roster:

C. Yogi Berra
C Bill Dickey
1B Lou Gehrig
1B Chris Chambliss
2B Robinson Cano
2B Bobby Richardson
SS Derek Jeter
SS Phil Rizzuto
3B Clete Boyer
3B Graig Nettles
OF Hank Bauer
OF Babe Ruth
OF Mickey Mantle
OF Joe DiMaggio
OF Earl Coombs
SP Ron Guidry
SP Whitey Ford
SP Andy Pettitte
SP Lefty Gomez
SP Jack Chesbro
RP Sparky Lyle
RP Ron Davis
RP Rich "Goose" Gossage
RP Dave Righetti
RP Mariano Rivera

Anyone else added to this list would just be overkill. Which is what this team would do to any other team in MLB history. Overkill it.
#3 | 629 days ago

anthonyrichardlouisnaught wrote:
My all-time Yankees 25 man roster:

C. Yogi Berra
C Bill Dickey
1B Lou Gehrig
1B Chris Chambliss
2B Robinson Cano
2B Bobby Richardson
SS Derek Jeter
SS Phil Rizzuto
3B Clete Boyer
3B Graig Nettles
OF Hank Bauer
OF Babe Ruth
OF Mickey Mantle
OF Joe DiMaggio
OF Earl Coombs
SP Ron Guidry
SP Whitey Ford
SP Andy Pettitte
SP Lefty Gomez
SP Jack Chesbro
RP Sparky Lyle
RP Ron Davis
RP Rich "Goose" Gossage
RP Dave Righetti
RP Mariano Rivera

Anyone else added to this list would just be overkill. Which is what this team would do to any other team in MLB history. Overkill it.
Not to be a homer but....  I'm being a homer.

The following team would give the all time Yankee team a real rough time...

C.  Harry Danning
C.  Tom Haller
1B.  Willie McCovey
1B.  Bill Terry
2B.  Jeff Kent
2B.  Frankie Frisch
SS.  Travis Jackson
SS.  Alvin Dark
3B   Matt Williams
3B.  Freddie Lindstrom
OF  Barry Bonds
OF  Willie Mays
OF  Mel Ott
OF  Ross Youngs
OF/1B  Orlando Cepeda
SP  Christy Mathewson
SP  Mickey Welch
SP  Carl Hubbell
SP  Tim Keefe
SP  Juan Marichal
RP  Hoyt Wilhelm
RP  Rod Beck
RP  Rob Nen
RP  Gary Lavelle
RP  Hooks Wiltse

smiley
#4 | 629 days ago

ML31 wrote:
Not to be a homer but....  I'm being a homer.

The following team would give the all time Yankee team a real rough time...

C.  Harry Danning
C.  Tom Haller
1B.  Willie McCovey
1B.  Bill Terry
2B.  Jeff Kent
2B.  Frankie Frisch
SS.  Travis Jackson
SS.  Alvin Dark
3B   Matt Williams
3B.  Freddie Lindstrom
OF  Barry Bonds
OF  Willie Mays
OF  Mel Ott
OF  Ross Youngs
OF/1B  Orlando Cepeda
SP  Christy Mathewson
SP  Mickey Welch
SP  Carl Hubbell
SP  Tim Keefe
SP  Juan Marichal
RP  Hoyt Wilhelm
RP  Rod Beck
RP  Rob Nen
RP  Gary Lavelle
RP  Hooks Wiltse

smiley
I'd take Buster Posey
1. Lou Gehrig, IF, 1923–1939  2. Babe Ruth, OF, 1920–1934  3. Mickey Mantle, OF, 1951–1968  4. Don Mattingly, IF, 1982–1995  5. Yogi Berra, C, 1946–1963  6. Derek Jeter, IF, 1995–present  7. Tommy John, P, 1979–1982, 1986–1989  8. Charlie Keller, OF, 1939–1949, 1952  9. Phil Rizzuto, IF, 1941–1956  10. Mariano Rivera, P, 1995–present  
#5 | 629 days ago

ML31 wrote:
Not to be a homer but....  I'm being a homer.

The following team would give the all time Yankee team a real rough time...

C.  Harry Danning
C.  Tom Haller
1B.  Willie McCovey
1B.  Bill Terry
2B.  Jeff Kent
2B.  Frankie Frisch
SS.  Travis Jackson
SS.  Alvin Dark
3B   Matt Williams
3B.  Freddie Lindstrom
OF  Barry Bonds
OF  Willie Mays
OF  Mel Ott
OF  Ross Youngs
OF/1B  Orlando Cepeda
SP  Christy Mathewson
SP  Mickey Welch
SP  Carl Hubbell
SP  Tim Keefe
SP  Juan Marichal
RP  Hoyt Wilhelm
RP  Rod Beck
RP  Rob Nen
RP  Gary Lavelle
RP  Hooks Wiltse

smiley
Probably eventually but with only one full season of experience I just didn't want to put him on the all time list yet....
#6 | 480 days ago

(Edited by TatsuKlinga2812812)
That is my team in that order the most important person would be the pitcher that would be Whity Ford, Then I picked the best players of all times at each postion and DH I picked Joe D because I didn't have room.
1. Whitey Ford, P, 1950–1967  2. Yogi Berra, C, 1946–1963  3. Lou Gehrig, IF, 1923–1939  4. Robinson Canó, IF, 2005–present  5. Derek Jeter, IF, 1995–present  6. Alex Rodriguez, IF, 2004–present  7. Dave Winfield, OF, 1981–1988, 1990  8. Mickey Mantle, OF, 1951–1968  9. Babe Ruth, OF, 1920–1934  10. Joe DiMaggio, OF, 1936–1951  

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