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2009
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
4-2 vs Philadelphia Phillies MVP: Hideki Matsui
Buck Showalter
   was manager of   
New York Yankees
1992-1995
Billy Martin
   was manager of   
New York Yankees
1975-1979; 1983; 1985; 1988
Miller Huggins
   was manager of   
New York Yankees
1918-1929; member, Hall of Fame
Ralph Houk
   was manager of   
New York Yankees
1961-1973
Lou Piniella
   was manager of   
New York Yankees
1986-1988
Casey Stengel
   was manager of   
New York Yankees
1949-1960; seven World Series wins
Joe McCarthy
   was manager of   
New York Yankees
All-time win for a Yankee manager; led the team to 8 pennants in 16 seasons
Joe Torre
   was manager of   
New York Yankees
1996-2007
Red Ruffing
   is famous for   
Pitcher, 1924-1947, Mostly With Yankees
273 wins
Phil Rizzuto
   is famous for   
Hall of Fame Shortstop; 13 Seasons With Yankees
Died 2007
Bleacher Creatures
   are fans of the   
New York Yankees (MLB)
A group of season ticket holders who occupy Section 39 in the right field bleachers at Yankee Stadium. (Wikipedia)
2000
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
5 games v. New York Mets. MVP: Derek Jeter
1999
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
Swept Atlanta Braves in 4 games. MVP: Mariano Rivera
1998
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
Swept San Diego Padres in 4 games. MVP: Scott Brosius
1996
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
6 games v. Atlanta Braves. MVP: John Wetteland
1978
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
6 games v. Los Angeles Dodgers. MVP: Bucky Dent
1977
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
6 games v. Los Angeles Dodgers. MVP: Reggie Jackson
1962
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
7 games v. San Francisco Giants MVP: Ralph Terry
1961
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
5 games v. Cincinnati Reds. MVP: Whitey Ford
1958
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
7 games v. Milwaukee Braves. MVP: Bob Turley
1956
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
7 games v. Brooklyn Dodgers. MVP: Don Larsen
1953
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
6 games v. Brooklyn Dodgers
1952
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
7 games v. Brooklyn Dodgers
1951
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
6 games v. New York Giants
1950
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
Swept the Philadelphia Phillies in 4 games
1949
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
5 games v. Brooklyn Dodgers
1947
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
7 games v. Brooklyn Dodgers
1943
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
5 games v. St. Louis Cardinals
1941
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
5 games v. Brooklyn Dodgers
1939
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
Swept the Cincinnati Reds
1938
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
Swept the Chicago Cubs
1937
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
5 games v. New York Giants
1936
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
6 games v. New York Giants
1932
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
Swept the Chicago Cubs in 4 games
1928
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
Swept the St. Louis Cardinals in 4 games
1927
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
Swept the Pittsburgh Pirates in 4 games
1923
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
Won in 6 Games v. New York Giants
Yankees
   play at   
Yankee Stadium
Located at E. 161st St & River Ave in the Bronx, NY. Often referred to as the "House that Ruth Built". A new stadium is being built in the adjacent parking lot and is scheduled to open in 2009. The current stadium will be demolished and become a park.
New York
      
Yankees
2009 World Champions, 27 Championships total (the first in 1923)
Bob Fosse
   choreographed   
Damn Yankees
1956
Yankees
   in Latin would be   
Ianqui
Six Months Out Of Every Year
   comes from the musical   
Damn Yankees
Damn Yankees
   debuted in   
46th Street Theatre in New York
1955 - A modern re-telling of the Faust legend set in Washington, DC in the 1950’s
1956
   Tony Award winner for Best Musical was   
Damn Yankees
Pride of the Yankees (1942)
   is a film about   
Lou Gehrig
Starring Gary Cooper
The Pride of the Yankees (1942)
   starred   
Gary Cooper, Teresa Wright
Directed by Sam Wood
The Pride of the Yankees (1942)
   has the last line:   
“Play Ball!”
The Pride of the Yankees (1942)
   contains the line   
"Today, I Consider Myself the Luckiest Man on the Face of the Earth"
Whatever Lola Wants
   featured in the film   
Damn Yankees (1958)






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