A Baseball OF COURSE WOULD BE MORE VALUABLE...IT SHOULD FETCH ABOUT $25.
Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig Mickey Mantle Joe DiMaggio Yogi Berra Whitey Ford
Jackie Robinson stole home in the 1955 World Series vs. the New York Yankees. Whitey Ford was the Yankees' pitcher, with Yogi Berra catching.
Yogi Berra did manage the Yankees. 1964, 1984-1985 - as New York Yankees manager .
Whitey Ford -- 1950, then 1953-1967. Yogi Berra -- 1946-1963. Mickey Mantle -- 1951-1968 Joe DiMaggio -- 1936-1942, then 1946-1951 Casey Stengel -- never PLAYED for the Yankees, but he did manage them from 1949 to 1960.
Yogi Berra played for the New York Yankees from 1946-1963.
Yogi Berra wore the number 8 on his uniform. His number was retired by the Yankees
In 1947 Yogi Berra had a salary of $5,000.
Yogi Berra returned in 1976 as a coach for the Yankees. They went on to win the championship in 1977 and 1978, making Berra a 13 time World Series champion.
Dale Berra, son of hall of famer Yogi Berra, played for the Yankees from 1985-1986.
Yogi BerraYogi Berra was the 1954 New York Yankees starting catcher.
Yogi Berra Managed the New York Yankees 3 times. 1964, 1984, and in 1985 he was fired after 16 games.
Yogi Berra was away for 14 years.
Billy Martin, Yogi Berra and Hank Bauer all played on the 1956 Yankees team and went on to become managers. Martin and Berra also returned as Yankees managers.
Yogi Berra won twelve World Series championships with the Yankees. He won ten as a player and two more as a coach.
yogi berra played his entire mlb career with the new York Yankees but also coached the mets
Yogi Berra (Catcher) and Bill Dickey (catcher)
He played baseball for the NY Yankees and the NY Mets.
The 1955 American League MVP was Yogi Berra of the New York Yankees.
Yogi Berra played 19 MLB seasons. All but one for the Yankees. Yogi Berra was an active Major League player from 1946 to 1963. Then became the Manager of the Yankees in 1964 and Manager of the New York Mets from 1972 to 1975.
Ed Ford Larry Berra Yankees Team Signed BaseballThe signatures Ed Ford, and Larry Berra, instead of Whitey, and Yogi could be an indication that the baseball you have is a facsimile (stamped) signature souvenir baseball, and not hand signed. These baseballs from the 1953 era sell in the $30.-$75.+ price range in excellent -near/mint condition. If you do have an authentic hand signed 1953 New York Yankees team signed baseball with the key signatures: Stengel, Rizzuto, Berra, Mize, Martin, Mantle, Ford it would be worth about $1,200.-$2,000. The value would be much higher with the hand signed Ed Ford and Larry Berra signatures as they are extremely rare.Value is based on average prices of recently closed auctions. Prices may vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the baseball. Prices may also vary based on the amount of signatures, and key signatures acquired. The more complete the baseball with key signatures the more valuable.If the signatures are not properly authenticated the baseball could sell at half the market value or less.
Their current manager Joe Girardi. Yogi Berra also caught and managed for the Yankees.
Yogi Berra's MLB debut was September 22, 1946 with the New York Yankees.