You love them or you hate them. You cheer them or you boo them, but no matter how you feel about the New York Yankees, there's no denying they're one of the greatest franchises in the history of professional sports.
Every great franchise has their defining and memorable moments, but the Yankees have created some of the greatest moments in Major League baseball history.
From Charlie Hayes' 1996 World Series championship clinching catch to the Yankees' 1998 season in which they won a record 125 games, from the "Subway Series" to the 2008 MLB All-star game at Yankee Stadium, some of the greatest moments Yankee fans have been fortunate enough to witness have occurred at the Stadium.
From moments like Dwight "Doc" Gooden's no-hitter to Tino Martinez's grand slam in Game 1 of the 1998 World Series, not every moment could make the list, otherwise, we'd be here for days, and none of us have time for that.
I have narrowed the list, and in honor of my favorite television show of all-time Seinfeld, and Paul O'Neil's legendary cameo role, I have selected (in my opinion) the 21 greatest moments in New York Yankees history.
Some Yankee fans might disagree with me, and that's okay. But if you're a Red Sox fan, I don't want to hear about it because with your Boston accent, I probably won't be able to understand you anyway.