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Monument Park and Yankees History – Part Two: The Lists

Monument Park and Yankees History (Part Two – The Lists)

By James Vleitstra

*** Yesterday I presented the introduction to this series on Yankees’ history and Monument Park. Over the next many days, I will consider the many Yankees who deserve consideration for inclusion in Monument Park. But, before I get to the list, I am going to list some of the items that were mentioned in yesterday’s introduction as a way to highlight just some of the amazing accomplishments that are part of the extensive history of the New York Yankees.

Today I bring you what I will call “The Lists”:

Yankees No-Hitters George Mogridge Sad Sam Jones Monte Pearson Allie Reynolds (two, both in 1951) Dave Righetti Jim Abbott Dwight Gooden

Yankees Perfect Games Don Larsen (1956 World Series) David Wells David Cone

Yankees Who Have Hit For The Cycle Bert Daniels Bob Meusel (three times!) Tony Lazzeri Lou Gehrig (twice) Joe DiMaggio (twice) Buddy Rosar Joe Gordon Mickey Mantle Bobby Murcer Tony Fernandez Melky Cabrera

Yankees With A Four Homer Game Lou Gehrig

Yankees Batting Champions Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig Joe DiMaggio (twice) Snuffy Stirnweiss Mickey Mantle Don Mattingly Paul O’Neill Bernie Williams DJ LeMahieu

Yankees Cy Young Award Winners Bob Turley Whitey Ford Sparky Lyle Ron Guidry Roger Clemens

Yankees Rookie of the Year Winners Gil McDougald Bob Grim Tony Kubek Tom Tresh Stan Bahnsen Thurman Munson Dave Righetti Derek Jeter Aaron Judge

Yankees MVP Award Winners Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig (twice) Joe DiMaggio (three times!) Joe Gordon Spud Chandler Phil Rizzuto Yogi Berra (three times!) Mickey Mantle (three times!) Roger Maris (twice) Elston Howard Thurman Munson Don Mattingly Alex Rodriguez

Yankees Season Home Run Champs Wally Pipp (twice) Babe Ruth (TEN times) Bob Meusel Lou Gehrig (three times) Joe DiMaggio (twice) Nick Etten Mickey Mantle (four times) Roger Maris Graig Nettles Reggie Jackson Alex Rodriguez (twice) Mark Teixeira Aaron Judge Luke Voit

Yankees Pitchers Who Have Thrown An Immaculate Inning Al Downing Ron Guidry AJ Burnett Ivan Nova Brandon McCarthy Dellin Betances

Yankees Who Won The Triple Crown (Batting) Lou Gehrig Mickey Mantle

Yankees Who Won The Triple Crown (Pitching) Lefty Gomez (twice)

Hall-of-Famers With 5+ Seasons As A Yankee Home Run Baker Yogi Berra Wade Boggs Jack Chesbro Earle Combs Bill Dickey Joe DiMaggio Whitey Ford Lou Gehrig Lefty Gomez Joe Gordon Rich Gossage Clark Griffith Rickey Henderson Waite Hoyt Jim Hunter Reggie Jackson Derek Jeter Willie Keeler Tony Lazzeri Mickey Mantle Johnny Mize Mike Mussina Herb Pennock Mariano Rivera Phil Rizzuto Red Ruffing Babe Ruth Eons Slaughter Dave Winfield

Living Yankees Hall-of-Famers Wade Boggs Bobby Cox Rich Gossage Rickey Henderson Reggie Jackson Derek Jeter Randy Johnson Mike Mussina Phil Niekro Gaylord Perry Tim Raines Mariano Rivera Ivan Rodriguez Lee Smith Joe Torre Dave Winfield

Oldest Living Yankees (age) Eddie Robinson 99 Art Schallock 96 Dr. Bobby Brown 96 Bobby Shantz 95 Billy Gardner 93 Billy Hunter 92 Art Ditmer 91 Hector Lopez 91

Ford Frick Winners (Yankees’ Connection) Joe Garagiola Jerry Coleman Red Barber Curt Gowdy Russ Hodges Mel Allen Al Helfer Arch McDonald Tim McCarver Tony Kubek Ken Harrelson Buck Canel

Yankees Living World Series MVP Bobby Richardson Ralph Terry Reggie Jackson Bucky Dent John Wetteland Scott Brosius Mariano Rivera Derek Jeter Hideki Matsui

Pre- 1977 Living World Series Members: 1947 Dr. Bobby Brown 1949 Dr. Bobby Brown 1950 Dr. Bobby Brown 1951 Dr. Bobby Brown and Art Schallock 1952 Dr. Bobby Brown and Art Schallock 1953 Art Schallock 1956 Tom Carroll, Billy Hunter, Bobby Richardson, Eddie Robinson, Lou Skizas, Ralph Terry 1958 Art Ditmer, Johnny James, Tony Kubek, Zach Monroe, Bobby Richardson, Bobby Shantz 1961 12 players 1962 13 players

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Tomorrow my examination of the candidates for inclusion begins!

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