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52. Who originally designed the intertwined Yankees logo, “NY”?
53. First-baseman Wally Pipp has gone down in history for being the player Lou Gehrig replaced. What other distinction belongs to Pipp?
A. He was a manager. B. He came from the same neighborhood Gehrig grew up in. C. He was a home run champ. D. He made money endorsing aspirin.
54. Who was the first major leaguer to hit two grand slams in the same game?
56. Who was the first DH to bat? (He was a Yankee)
57. Who was the highest paid Yankee in 1973?
58. Which pitcher became the highest-paid player in history when he signed a $3.5 million contract for the Yankees in 1975?
59. – What Yankee pitcher was nick-named “Bulldog”?
A. Jim Bouton B. Monte Pearson C. Joe Page D. Ron Guidry
60. The tradition of honoring legends at Yankee Stadium started on Memorial Day of 1932. Who was the first monument for?
61. How many games did Babe Ruth win as pitcher for the Yankees?
62. Name the Yankees outfielder who won the 1962 AL Rookie of the Year Award when he batted .286 with 20 home runs and 93 RBI.
63. For seven consecutive years a New York Mayor threw out the first pitch for the home opener of the Yankees. Who was he?
64. What number did Earl Combs wear and why?
65. What year did the Yankees begin playing Frank Sinatra’s “New York, New York” at the Stadium?
66. Joe DiMaggio, Mickey Mantle, Bernie Williams each spent more than a decade playing centerfield for the Yankees. Who spent the most time?
67. What year did the first All Star Game take place at Yankee Stadium?
68. Who was the first black player on the Yankees?
69. Who said: “I may not have been the greatest Yankee to put on the uniform, but I am the proudest.”
70. Who wrote “New York, New York” the song sung by Frank Sinatra at the Stadium?
54. D. Tony Lazzeri
55. D. Derek Jeter, 2,747
56. B. Ron Blomberg
57. B. Bobby Murcer made $100,000. Alou and Lyle made $70,000. Stottlemyre earned $78,000
58. Jim "Catfish" Hunter
59. A. Jim Bouton because of his overbearing nature
60. B. Miller Huggins
61. C. five and two were complete games.
62. Tom Tresh
63. C. Fiorello LaGuadia (1939-45)
64. A. 1 because he batted first in a Yankee lineup that began the practice of wearing numbers.
65. D. 1980
66. B. Mantle, 15 years
67. C. 1939, to coincide with the World’s Fair that year
68. April 14, 1955, the second game of the year, Elston Howard debuted.
69. D. Billy Martin
70. B. Kander and Ebb