The PB Top 100 finally kicks off with forgotten pitcher-turned-outfielder Johnny Lindell.
Given the considerable number of rookies this year already to make both their MLB debut and Yankee debut, how did some other famous Yankees fare in such circumstances?
Mo's terrific years were unbelievable for Yankees fans, but they should not consider this the norm for closers.
TL;DR: Yankee pitchers do not hit much, so they are kind of terrible at the plate. Here are some instances of rare success in the mostly-Interleague years.
With 31 games in the books, some hitters' season lines look like nothing they've ever done before. Since the beginning of divisional play in 1969, which Yankees have had season-ending lines like that?
Former Yankees third baseman Wade Boggs was kind enough to provide Pinstriped Bible with a quick interview to discuss his time as a Yankee and his involvement with the Pepsi MAX Field of Dreams program this year.
How could the Yankee team I still consider my favorite not be a World Series winner? Or even a post-season participant? Their 20 year run of success started with this team.
My heart goes out to the people in Boston. Tonight the Yankees begin a three game series against the Diamondbacks. With what happened in Boston yesterday, I'm reminded of another time the Yankees faced them.
The Yankees held to the color line longer than all but three teams. An organization that wants to be credited with the franchise's positive history must acknowledge the negative as well.
In honor of the longevity and creativity of the 25-year veteran of Yankees' play-by-play, I've started what I like to call the John Sterling Project. The results of that endeavor are presented below, but, unfortunately, it is still far from complete.
The Yanks have thrown three perfect games in their history, and they all share some curious connections.
"Bullet Bob" was integral to the '58 World Series champions and spent eight years in pinstripes, winning four titles.
It's been awhile since we've had one of these discussions--who will be the next Yankee to have his number retired?