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New York Yankees

New York Yankees

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Ballpark:
Yankee Stadium II (2009 - Present)
Established:
1903
Affiliations:
AAA: Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees International League, AA:Trenton Thunder Eastern League, Advanced A: Tampa Bay
Retired Numbers:
1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 23, 32, 37, 42, 44, 49
Owners:
Yankee Global Enterprises LLC
Manager:
General Manager:
Brian Cashman
Played As:
NYA, BLA, NYA

The New York Yankee's top 100 Players (listed Alphabetically). Owners, GM's and Managers.

Al Downing
Al Orth
Alex Rodriguez
Allie Reynolds
Andy Pettitte
Babe Ruth
Ben Chapman
Bernie Williams
Bill Dickey
Bill Skowron
Birdie Cree
Bob Meusel
Bob Shawkey
Bobby Murcer
Carl Mays
Charlie Keller
Chris Chambliss
Clete Boyer
Dave Righetti
Dave Winfield
David Cone
David Wells
Del Pratt
Derek Jeter
Don Mattingly
Earle Combs
Eddie Lopat
Elston Howard
Frankie Crosetti
Fritz Peterson
Gene Woodling
George Selkirk
Gil McDougald
Graig Nettles
Hank Bauer
Herb Pennock
Hideki Matsui
Home Run Baker
Jack Chesbro
Jack Warhop
Jason Giambi
Jimmy Key
Jimmy Williams
Joe Collins
Joe DiMaggio
Joe Gordon
Johnny Damon
Johnny Lindell
Johnny Murphy
Jorge Posada
Kid Elberfeld
Lefty Gomez
Lou Gehrig
Mariano Rivera
Mark Teixeira
Mel Stottlemyre
Mickey Mantle
Mickey Rivers
Mike Mussina
Mike Stanley
Monte Pearson
Orlando Hernandez
Paul O'Neill
Phil Rizzuto
Ray Caldwell
Ray Fisher
Red Rolfe
Red Ruffing
Reggie Jackson
Rich Gossage
Rickey Henderson
Robinson Cano
Roger Clemens
Roger Maris
Roger Peckinpaugh
Ron Guidry
Roy White
Russ Ford
Snuffy Stirnweiss
Sparky Lyle
Spud Chandler
Thurman Munson
Tino Martinez
Tiny Bonham
Tom Tresh
Tommy Henrich
Tommy John
Tony Kubek
Tony Lazzeri
Urban Shocker
Vic Raschi
Wade Boggs
Waite Hoyt
Wally Pipp
Whitey Ford
Wid Conroy
Willie Keeler
Willie Randolph
Yogi Berra

Team Owners:

# Owner(s)? Seasons? Notes?
1 William S. Devery and Frank J. Farrell 1903–1915
2 Jacob Ruppert and Tillinghast L'Hommedieu Huston 1915–1922
3 Jacob Ruppert 1922–1939
4 Jacob Ruppert Estate 1939–1945
5 Larry MacPhail, Dan Topping and Del Webb 1945–1947
6 Dan Topping and Del Webb 1947–1964 MacPhail was forced out following his behavior after the 1947 World Series
7 Columbia Broadcasting System 1964–1973
8 George Steinbrenner 1973–2007 Steinbrenner headed a 12-man group which bought the team, eventually buying out the others
9 YankeeNets 1999–2004 Formed after a merger of the business operations of the Yankees and New Jersey Nets
10 Yankee Global Enterprises LLC 2004–present New name for YankeeNets after the Nets were sold to Bruce Ratner; Company owns the Yankees and the YES Network
11 George Steinbrenner, Hal Steinbrenner and Hank Steinbrenner 2008–2010 Hal and Hank Steinbrenner have been co-chairman since 2008
12 Hal Steinbrenner and Hank Steinbrenner 2010–present
# General Manager? Seasons? W? L? Win%? LC? WS?
1 Ed Barrow 1921–1944 2281 1394 .620 14 10
2 Larry MacPhail 1945–1947 265 195 .576 1 1
3 George Weiss 1948–1960 1243 756 .622 10 7
4 Roy Hamey 1961–1963 309 176 .637 3 2
5 Ralph Houk 1964–1966 180 164 .523 1 0
6 Dan Topping, Jr. 1966 66 73 .475 0 0
7 Lee MacPhail 1967–1973 569 557 .505 0 0
8 Gabe Paul 1974–1977 369 274 .574 2 1
9 Cedric Tallis 1978–1979 189 134 .585 1 1
10 Gene Michael 1980–1981 162 107 .602 1 0
11 Bill Bergesch 1982–1983 170 154 .525 0 0
12 Murray Cook 1984 87 75 .537 0 0
12 Clyde King 1985–1986 187 136 .579 0 0
13 Woody Woodward 1987 89 73 .549 0 0
14 Lou Piniella 1988 85 76 .528 0 0
15 Bob Quinn 1988–1989 159 163 .494 0 0
16 Harding "Pete" Peterson 1990 67 95 .414 0 0
17 Gene Michael 1991–1995 384 359 .517 0 0
18 Bob Watson 1996–1997 188 136 .580 1 1
19 Brian Cashman 1998–present 1277 834 .604 7 4

Scouting directors

Name? Seasons?
Clyde Kluttz 1974
Pat Gillick 1975–1976
Bill Bergesch 1978
Bobby Hofman 1980–1984
Murray Cook 1983
Doug Melvin 1985
Brian Sabean 1987–1990
Bill Livesey 1991–1995
Damon Oppenheimer 2005–present

Farm directors

Name? Seasons?
George Weiss 1944–1947
Lee MacPhail 1948–1956
George Pfister 1965–1974
Billy Connors 1999–2000
Damon Oppenheimer 2001–2004

Other executives

The following is a partial list of individuals who served in the Yankees front office in positions other than General Manager, and the positions they filled. Many of these executives were former players, or served as General Manager for the Yankees or other franchises.

Name? Position? Seasons?
Marty Appel Public Relations Director 1973–1977
Bill Bergesch Assistant General Manager 1980–1981, 1984
Jim Bowden Assistant to the Senior Vice President 1989
E. Michael Burke President 1966–1973
George Costanza Assistant to the Traveling Secretary 1995–1999
Bill DeWitt Assistant General Manager 1954–1958
Roy Hamey Assistant General Manager 1951–1954, 1959–1960
Reggie Jackson* Special Assistant to the General Manager 1998–present
Randy Levine President 2000–present
Lee MacPhail Assistant Farm Director 1947
Lee MacPhail Player Personnel Director 1956–1958
Tino Martinez Special Assistant to the General Manager 2008–present
Stump Merrill Special Assistant to the General Manager 2000–2001, 2005–present
Gene Michael Vice President 1996–present
Kim Ng Assistant General Manager 1997–2001
Al Rosen President 1978–1979
Tal Smith Vice President 1973–1975
Syd Thrift Senior Vice President 1989
Dan Topping President 1964–1966
Kevin Towers Special Assignment Scout 2010
George Weiss Vice President 1931–1944
Roy White Assistant General Manager 1985
Woody Woodward Vice President 1985–1986
 
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