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Old Yankee Stadium 1923 - 2008

Dubbed The House That Ruth Built, old Yankee Stadium housed more world champions (26) than any other ballpark in history.  That last fact alone made it the most famous stadium in the world.  However, adding to its lore were the countless historical events and magical moments that took place in the ballpark during its 86-year history, as well as the endless array of great players that paraded through its hallowed halls.   

By Bob_Cohen
Old Yankee Stadium 1923 - 2008

Old Yankee Stadium 1923 - 2008

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