Alex rodriguez hit 35 home runs for the New York Yankees in 2008.
Only 2--Joe DiMaggio and ARod. Joe D only did it once, hitting 46 in 1937, and ARod twice, hitting 48 in 2005 and 54 in 2007.
Alex Rodriguez is the person people call ARod ~ 3rd baseman for the New York Yankees. He is a good person and he is great on the Yankees. He won a World Series ring with the Bombers in 2009 his only in his career. He also has won 1 Gold Glove and a couple of MVPs. He has hit more than 600 homers and leads all active Yankees in home runs. Before being a third baseman he was a shortstop for both the Texas Rangers and Seattle Mariners.
The New York Yankees play their home games at Yankees Stadium, Bronx, New York.
Babe Ruth hit the most home runs for the Yankees with 659. Mickey Mantle is second with 536.
The New York Yankees play their home games at Yankee Stadium.
The New York Yankees played 81 home games in 2009.
The Yankees home state is New York. The team is located in the Bronx.
The New York Yankees hit 180 home runs in 2008.
The 1961 New York Yankees hit 240 Home Runs
In 2009 the New York Yankees as a team, hit 244 home runs.
The New York Yankees play their home games at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx.
In 2009 the New York Yankees hit 244 home runs, 136 at home ,and 108 on the road.
The 2009 New York Yankees hit 136 home runs at Yankees Stadium, and 108 home runs on the road for a league leading 244.
The New York Yankees play in Yankees Stadium, Bronx, New York City. New York City is located on the east coast of the United States.
New York Yankees home attendance was 3,719,358.
The longest Yankees game was on June 24, 1962 at Detroit. It lasted 22 innings The second longest was at home vs Boston on August 29,1967. It went 20 innings
Babe Ruth hit 659 home runs as a member of the New York Yankees.
No, they do not. The New York Yankees play their home games at Yankee Stadium, located on East 161st Street in the Bronx.
In MLB, that was the Texas Rangers with 230. The New York Yankees were second with 223.
yes , if arod stays healthy
The Polo Grounds served as home field for the New York Yankees from 1913 to 1922.
The average home game attendance for the New York Yankees during the 2008 season was 53,069 fans (1st in the league).