The Yankees retired Mickey Mantle's number in 1969.
There are no Yankees that wear uniform number 10, as it was retired for Phil Rizzuto in 1985.
No, it currently is not. The number 6 will probably be retired in the future to honor manager Joe Torre.
Babe Ruth wore number 3 for the Yankees. The Yankees retired the number 3 in 1948 in honor of the Babe.
Click on the 'Yankees Numbers' link on this page to see all players that wore #6 for the New York Yankees.
Because it was worn by both Bill Dickey and Yogi Berra, so the Yankees retired the number twice to properly honor both players.
Yogi Berra wore uniform number 8. number 8 was retired by the New York Yankees for both Berra, and Dickey.
Lou Gehrig was the first Yankee to have his number retired. The #4 was retired by the Yankees in 1939.
Yes, The New York Yankees retired number 3 in honor of Babe Ruth in 1948.
In 1948, the Yankees retired #3 in honor of Babe Ruth.
Uniform number 8 was retired by the New York Yankees in honor of Bill Dickey and Yogi Berra.
Yogi Berra and Bill Dickey both had their number 8 retired by the Yankees.
Mickey Mantle had his #7 retired by the Yankees in 1969.
Uniform number 37 was retired in 1970 by the New York Yankees, in honor of Casey Stengel.
Joe DiMaggio. His number has been retired by the Yankees.Other Yankees players to wear the #5 were:Bob MeuselTony LazzeriFrank CrosettiNolen RichardsonNick Etten
The New York Yankees with 15 player's numbers retired. The Montreal Canadiens have 17 players' numbers retired.