The New York Yankees with 15 player's numbers retired. The Montreal Canadiens have 17 players' numbers retired.
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The New York Yankee baseball team was the first one to retire the numbers of their great players after they retired.
No. All MLB teams have at least one retired number: Jackie Robinson's #42.
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On July 4, 1939, Lou Gehrig became the first Major League Baseball player to have his number, 4, retired by his team. Since then, over 120 other people have had their numbers retired. The Yankees were the first team to retire a number. Number 4, Lou Gehrig was the first player to have his number retired
it could be the year that the baseball team first started to play or it could be retired numbers or strike out or home runs that have been hit or it could be strike out or walks
He retired some time ago.
The top two are the Boston Celtica and NY Yankees: The Celtics retires a total of 21 retired numbers for 22 people -- two players wore 18, and it ras retired for both of them. There are 16 former Yankees with their uniform numbers retired. While Jackie Robinson's #42 was retired from baseball entirely in '97, players already wearing 42 were allowed to keep it. NYY pitcher Mariano Rivera is the last active player still wearing 42.