The Yankees didn't miss a beat after DiMaggio retired after the 1951 season. With youthful phenom Mickey Mantle replacing Joltin' Joe in center field, New York appeared in six of the next seven World Series and won four world championships.
In 2009 Johnny Damon was the New York Yankees Left Fielder.
Hideki Matsui was the starting left fielder for the 2007 New York Yankees.
As of the 2014 season, the New York Yankees have 8 left handed batters.
As of the 2014 season, the New York Yankees have 5 left handed pitchers.
Brett Gardner is the current Yankees left fielder.
In 2001, Chuck Knoblauch was the starting left fielder for the Yankees.
In 2011, Brett Gardner was the starting left fielder for the Yankees.
No. Joe DiMaggio was right handed.
On the left sleeve of the Yankees uniform is a commemorative patch honoring the late Yankees PA announcer Bob Sheppard.
No, he left the Red Sox and signed with the Yankees as a free agent.
The Yankees did not move in 1957. Following the 1957 World Series, the New York Giants and the Brooklyn Dodgers left for California. Leaving the Yankees as the only New York baseball team.
Lou Piniella primarily played left field for the Yankees.
Yes. Brett Gardner will play left field for the Yankees in 2011.
Reggie Jackson left the Yankees and went to the California Angels following the 1981 season.
Ricky Ledee played 62 games in left field. That was the most by a Yankees player in 2000 for that position.
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Ramon Flores is a left fielder for the New York Yankees.
Zoilo Almonte is a left fielder for the New York Yankees.
In 2009, the Yankees wore the 'inaugural season patch', but it was on their left sleeve. Also in 2010, the Yankees wore a patch on their left sleeve honoring the late Bob Sheppard.
Luis Arroyo was the first Puerto Rican baseball player to play for the New York Yankees. He was a left handed pitcher.
In memory of Phil Rizzuto, who wore #10.
In 1935, George Selkirk replaced Babe Ruth as the Yankees right fielder.
Left handed relief pitcher Graeme Lloyd.Lloyd wore #27 for the Yankees between 1996-1998.