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Bern baby Bern! The Yankees center fielder from 1991-2006 was an intricate part of the Yankees dynasty of the 1990's.
Williams, a fan favorite, helped lead the Yankees to four world series victories from 1996-2000 and accumulated five straight All-Star games from 1997-2001.
Williams also has four Gold Gloves to his resume, a Silver Slugger and a 1996 ALCS MVP award. He has a career batting average just under .300 with 287 HRs and 1,257 RBI's.
Bernie is one of only 10 Yankees to ever be in pinstripes for 16 years, an amazing feat. On top of that, his 2,336 hits with the Yankees trumps Monument Park member Reggie Jackson's mere 661 career Yankee hits.
Although Bernie may have never put up the numbers to make the Baseball Hall of Fame, he definitely deserves his name in Monument Park. No one has worn the No. 51 jersey since Williams' retirement in 2006, and soon, No. 51 should hang amongst fellow Yankee greats.