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The pinstripe home uniform of the New York Yankees is one of the most recognizable sights in all of sports. When you think of all the unbelievable players to have suited up for the Yankees over the years it is not hard to imagine how they have amassed 27 World Series Titles. All-time greats such as Phil Rizzuto, Yogi Berra, Whitey Ford, Thurman Munson, Reggie Jackson, Don Mattingly, Mickey Mantle, Joe DiMaggio, Lou Gehrig, and Babe Ruth have all worn the pinstripes with pride. More recent players in Andy Pettitte, Derek Jeter, and Mariano Rivera have put together careers accomplished enough to join this long list of greats.
Playing out of Yankee Stadium, affectionately known as the house that Ruth built, from 1923 until 2008, when the new stadium was erected, fans of the Bronx Bombers were privy to more than their fair share of amazing October baseball. Despite championship droughts from 1963 to 1977 and again from 1979 to 1996, the reputation of this ball club has always been one of hard work, dedication, and victory. For more information about the New York Yankees click here.
Their intense rivalry with the Boston Red Sox has turned into an all-out war on the baseball diamond, drawing the attention of fans from around the country. These hard-fought games are always circled on the calendar and never disappoint.
Following a disappointing 2016 campaign which saw the Yankees outside looking in on the playoffs, the team rebounded in true Bronx Bomber fashion for 2017. A slew of newcomers breathed new life into this ball club and resurrected the team under new leadership. The tandem of Gary Sanchez and Aaron Judge proved tremendous for the team. Home runs were jumping out of the stadium and the Yankees improved to a record of 91-71. This earned them a Wild Card spot against Minnesota. Winning 8-4, the Yanks moved on to Cleveland to take the five game series before losing in seven games to the eventual World Series champion Houston Astros. Despite coming within one game of the World Series, management decided to replace Joe Girardi as manager after ten years. Former Yankees player Aaron Boone will be the new skipper. While the move is confusing to many in the fan base, expectations are high that this team can make it across the finish line in 2018 as World Series Champions.