Not one player played for the ny yankees, ny giants, brooklyn dodgers and ny mets
No. He played his entire career (1947-1956) with the Brooklyn Dodgers.
He played for the Brooklyn Dodgers his entire career, and played against the Yankees in the World Series of 1947, 1949, 1952, 1953, 1955, and 1956.
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Casey Stengel played for Brooklyn and the New York Giants, and managed the New York Yankees and the New York Mets.
No. He played for the Brooklyn Dodgers (But not actually in Brooklyn). The "Brooklyn" Dodgers played in LA.
No one played for those three Major League teams and the NHL Rangers.
Darryl Strawberry, Jose Vizcaino and Ricky Ledee each played for the Yankees, the Mets, the Giants and the Dodgers during their careers.
I guess your talking about the Brooklyn Dodgers, New York Giants and the New York Yankees Only FOURTEEN players played for the New York Yankees, New York Giants, and Brooklyn Dodgers, including Tony Lazzeri, Sal Maglie, Wee Willie Keeler, Fred Merkle, and the last legal spitball pitcher, Burleigh Grimes.
No, Jackie Robinson played his entire Major League career with the Brooklyn Dodgers.
The Yankees and the Dodgers last played in the 1981 World Series, with the Dodgers winning in six games.
Of the teams currently in New York - both the Mets (played 4, won 2) and the Yankees (played 40, won 27) have played in the World Series. The Dodgers won the world series in 1955 when they were the Brooklyn (NY) Dodgers, although they are now located in Los Angeles. The Giants won the world series in 1905, 1921, 1922, 1933, and 1954 when they were the New York Giants, although they have been the San Francisco Giants since 1958. The Mets and Yankees played each other in the 2000 World Series. The Yankees won it 4 games to 1. Other New York teams that have squared off in the World Series are: 1921: the (NY) Giants beat the Yankees 5 games to 3 (they played best of 9 that year). 1922: the (NY) Giants beat the Yankees 4 games to 0 in 5 games. Game two ended in a 3-3 tie after 10 innings, ostensibly because of darkness. Under the rules in effect at that time, suspended games were not resumed on a later date. 1923: the Yankees beat the (NY) Giants 4 games to 2. 1936: the Yankees beat the (NY) Giants 4 games to 2. 1937: the Yankees beat the (NY) Giants 4 games to 1. 1941: the Yankees beat the (Brooklyn) Dodgers 4 games to 1. 1947: the Yankees beat the (Brooklyn) Dodgers 4 games to 3. 1949: the Yankees beat the (Brooklyn) Dodgers 4 games to 1. 1951: the Yankees beat the (NY) Giants 4 games to 2. 1952: the Yankees beat the (Brooklyn) Dodgers 4 games to 3. 1953: the Yankees beat the (Brooklyn) Dodgers 4 games to 2. 1955: the (Brooklyn) Dodgers beat the Yankees 4 games to 3. 1956: the Yankees beat the (Brooklyn) Dodgers 4 games to 3. The Yankees also played the SF Giants in the 1962 World Series and the LA Dodgers in the 1977 and 1978 World Series.