New York Yankees: 4 players who are on the franchise’s Mount Rushmore

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The New York Yankees are an organization rich in tradition. They have 27 World Series championships and a number of Hall of Famers.

They have Monument Park in the outfield where 37 members of the franchise have been honored and 22 have had their uniform numbers retired. They had the original Monument Park in the original Yankee Stadium, then when they opened their current stadium in 2008, they established a new Monument Park in straightaway center field.

Among all the history on the field, creating a Yankees Mount Rushmore is not as easy as you think. Out of all the teams in the majors, finding four names to put on the list from other ones is a difficult task.

Their fanbase is everywhere from the East Coast to the West Coast. They show up in droves when the Yankees visit any city, even Boston, and they usually pack Tropicana Field in Tampa Bay, where they hold their spring training each season. No matter where you go around any ballpark, you are almost guaranteed to see a Yankee jersey or shirt of some kind.

With that, let’s dive into the four players who make up the Mount Rushmore for the New York Yankees.

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