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New York Yankees

New York Yankees Trivia

What are the only two single-digit numbers of the Yankees that have not been retired? Two and Six
What was Babe Ruth's number? Three
What is Reggie Jackson's nickname? Mr.October
How many times have the Yankees won the pennant? Forty
How many times have the Yankees won the world series? Twenty-Seven
What two positions did Babe Ruth play in his career? Pitcher and Outfield
Who broke Lou Gehrig's record for most consecutive games played? Cal Ripken Jr.
Who was the first African-American to play for the Yankees? Elston Howard
Who broke Babe Ruth's record for most home runs in a career? Hank Aaron
Who plays shortstop for the Yankees right now? Derek Jeter
Yankees third baseman, Alex Rodriguez set a record for the youngest player to hit how many home runs? Five-Hundred
What was the nickname for the 1927 New York Yankees? Murderers Row
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