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1903 Official Scoring Card

Team: New York Highlanders

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Team: Boston Pilgrims

at: Hilltop Park

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We asked selected visitors as well as several monthly contributors and media contacts who were the Top 50 ever to don the pinstripes. Here are the results. Agree or Disagree? Send us your feedback and we will do a special in-depth tribute to the Top 10 based on your inputs!

1. Babe Ruth

2. Lou Gehrig

3. Joe DiMaggio

4. Mickey Mantle

5. Yogi Berra

6. Bill Dickey

7. Whitey Ford

8. Tony Lazzeri

9. Derek Jeter

10. Reggie Jackson

11. Don Mattingly

12. Lefty Gomez

13. Dave Winfield

14. Phil Rizzuto

15. Earle Combs

16. Red Ruffing

17. Herb Pennock

18. Waite Hoyt

19. Bob Meusel

20. Bernie Williams

21. Mariano Rivera

22. Allie Reynolds

23. Vic Raschi

24. Tommy Henrich

25. Paul O'Neill

26. Hank Bauer

27. Charlie Keller

28. Thurman Munson

29. Elston Howard

30. Joe Gordon

31. Roger Clemens

32. Goose Gossage

33. Eddie Lopat

34. Bob Shawkey

35. Red Rolfe

36. Roger Maris

37. Graig Nettles

38. Ron Guidry

39. Mel Stottlemyre

40. Willie Randolph

41. Bill Skowron

42. Bobby Murcer

43. Roy White

44. Jack Chesbro

45. Gil McDougald

46. Frank Crosetti

47. Catfish Hunter

48. Dave Righetti

49. Bobby Richardson

50. Tony Kubek

 



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The Highlander
Vol.8 September 2003
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Fast Facts:
In Memory Of
Bobby Bonds
(1946-2003)
Bonds played an All-Star season in right-field for the Yanks in 1975, hitting 32 homers and stealing 30 bases.
"I would rather pitch a double-header against any other club than one game against the Yankees."
St. Louis pitcher
Milt Gaston

"At nighttime, you
just try to keep him
out of jail."

David Cone on
teammate David Wells
Trivia:
What Yankee hit seven more homeruns at Yankee Stadium than Babe Ruth?

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