Maris played for the Yankees from 1960 to 1966.
Roger Maris wore #9 for the Yankees from 1960-1966. In 1984, the Yankees retired the #9 in his honor.
Roger Maris was traded to the NY Yankees in December of 1959. Yes his first year playing for the Yankees was in 1960.
No. Joe DiMaggio retired after the 1951 season and Roger Maris came to the Yankees in 1960.
Roger Maris played for the New York Yankees for 7 years from the 1960 season to the 1966 season.
Yes ... Mickey and Roger were teammates on the New York Yankees between 1960-1966.
Roger Maris played for four teams during his career.Cleveland Indians (1957-1958)Kansas City Athletics (1958-1959)New York Yankees (1960-1966)St. Louis Cardinals (1967-1968
Roger Maris was born on September 10, 1934, He won The American League MVP Award in 1960. he was 25 years old in 1960.
Maris and Mantle played together in the Yankees outfield between 1960-1966. The left fielders during that time were Hector Lopez, Yogi Berra, and Tom Tresh.
The 1960 American League's Most Valuable Player was Phil Rizzuto, shortstop for the New York Yankees. Correction, Rizzuto was the MVP in 1950. The AL MVP in 1960 was Roger Maris, right fielder for the Yankees.
Roger Maris woure uniform number 32, and 5 with the Cleveland Indians in 1957, and 1958. Roger Maris wore uniform number 35 during his first year with the KC Athletics in 1958, and he wore uniform number 3 in his second year in 1959. With the Yankees he wore uniform number 9 from 1960 -1966, and with St Louis in 1967 and 1968.
Roger Maris played in 8 games at center field for the New York Yankees in 1960, starting in 4 of them. He played for a total of 153 outs, equivalent to 5.67 9-inning games. He made 16 putouts, had no assists, and committed one error, equivalent to .176 errors per 9-inning game. He had no double plays.