i think its around 45- 50
10 retired numbers 1,2,4,19,20,24,32,39,42 and 53
They haven't retired any numbers, Dallas doesn't retire numbers
yes for special players
The New York Yankee baseball team was the first one to retire the numbers of their great players after they retired.
The Oakland Raiders are one of the few teams that do not retire jersey numbers.
Despite having 34 players in the Hall of Fame no Boston Brave uniform numbers have been retired
I'm a baseball umpire and I understand we retire numbers to show respect for our fallen fellows and that no further greatness can be attributed to that number without the original player taking credit. No one will fill his/her shoes again. Hope that helps a little.gmg
Einstein didn't retire. He died with equations in his hand working at Princeton university
The New York Yankees were the first Major League team to retire a players number.Lou Gehrig was the first player and the #4 was the first number.