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The 7 Most Famous Field Managers in New York Yankees History

The key word in the title is “famous” as opposed to successful. The Bronx Bombers have won 27 World Series with the second place (runner-up) team not even visible in the upper deck. Nine Yankees managers have brought home the bacon, although a trio of these (Joe Girardi, Bucky Harris and Bob Lemon) each have a World Series title but are not on this list.

Here we go:

Joe McCarthy, 1931-46

Joseph V. (Joe) McCarthy. New York Yankees, 1935.

McCarthy won seven World Championships. The “Damn Yankees” seed was planted as these teams were led by Gehrig & Co.

Casey Stengel, 1949-60

Casey Stengel. Courtesy of the Baseball Hall of Fame.

The ole professor (from Ole Miss fame) also won seven world championships, including five straight. When asked by reporters to state his secret to success, Casey responded, “filling out the lineup card.”

Miller Huggins, 1918-29

Miller Huggins

Huggins brought home three titles and had to deal with “the Babe” and The House That Ruth Built!

Joe Torre, 1996-2007

Joe Torre

Torre is winner of four World Series with the help of one Mariano Rivera, the greatest reliever EVER!

John McGraw, 1901 

John McGraw

McGraw was the Yankees first manager and a Hall of Famer who only stayed less than two seasons.

Ralph Houk, 1961-63

Ralph Houk

The Major would win two championships in just three years with the Chairman of the Board, Whitey Ford and Mickey Mantle providing the punch. Having Berra, Howard, Maris, Richardson and Arroyo didn’t hurt either.

Billy Martin

Billy Martin

A five-time Yankee manager and winner of one World Series title (1977) and possibly the all-time favorite manager of the fans, “brawling Billy” was admired by many and respected by all.
Some other Yankee skippers included Clark Griffith (1903-08) when the team was known as the Highlanders; Yogi Berra, Bill Dickey and Dick Howser, who enjoyed the highest winning percentage of the 32, bringing in a .632 clip. Aaron Boone suits up as the 33rd manager this 2018 season. He will wear number 17. Boone played for the Yankees in 2003 and was an All-Star that year. He is 44 years old.

Steve VassalloSteve Vassallo is a HottyToddy.com contributor. Steve writes on Ole Miss athletics, Oxford business, politics and other subjects. He is an Ole Miss grad and former radio announcer for the basketball team. Currently, Steve is a highly successful leader in the real estate business who lives in Oxford with his wife Rosie. You can contact Steve at sovassallo@gmail.com or call him at 985-852-7745.

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