No Hall For You! The Greatest New York Yankees (Unretired Numbers Edition)

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No Hall For You! The Greatest New York Yankees (Unretired Numbers Edition)

When talking about the New York Yankees illustrious history—and the Hall of Fame players that have donned the pinstripes—certain players come to mind.

Players like Babe "The Sultan of Swat" Ruth, Lou "The Iron Horse" Gehrig, "Joltin" Joe DiMaggio, Mickey Mantle, Yogi Berra, Whitey "The Chairman of the Board" Ford are just a handful of legendary players that come to mind.

When Derek Jeter calls it a career, his name will certainly be mentioned amongst the greatest Yankees of all-time—as a plaque in Monument Park and Cooperstown will be awaiting The Captain.

Although former manager Joe Torre left the Yankees on "bad-terms, as he felt his new contract offer was an insult, he'll hopefully have his No. 6 jersey retired, as well.

However, people always fail to mention the players whose numbers aren't retired—and whose names aren't inducted into Cooperstown. These players nevertheless had great careers with the Yankees.

It's my Yankee honor and privilege to present "The Greatest Yankees Who Don't Have Their Numbers Retired: No. 11 to No. 25"

Please note the late Thurman Munson (No. 15), Ford (No. 16) and Don Mattingly (No. 23), already have their numbers retired—so they will not be included.

The time has come.

Get your popcorn ready and let the show begin...

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