Three major-leaguers have played for the Mets, Yankees, Dodgers and Giants: Ricky Ledee, Darryl Strawberry and Jose Vizcaino. However, both Ledee and Vizcaino played for other teams as well; only Strawberry played for just those four.
Darryl Strawberry Jose Vizcaino Ricky Ledee
Darryl Strawberry, Jose Vizcaino and Ricky Ledee.
Darryl Strawberry, Jose Vizcaino and Ricky Ledee.
Darryl Strawberry, Jose Vizcaino and Ricky Ledee each played for the Yankees, the Mets, the Giants and the Dodgers during their careers.
Darryl Strawberry, Jose Vizcaino and Ricky Ledee.
No. Darryl Strawberry never played for the Pittsburgh Pirates. He played for the NY Mets, The LA Dodgers, The SF Giants And the NY Yankees.
Not one player played for the ny yankees, ny giants, brooklyn dodgers and ny mets
No one has played for all four of those teams in a career or ever will for that matter. The Giants & Dodgers are both on the West Coast now. The only person to suit up for all four of those teams was Casey Stengel, as a player for the Giants, player/manager for the Dodgers, and as a coach for the Yankees & Mets. In the post transition era three players have played for the New York Yankees, New York Mets, San Francisco Giants, and Los Angeles Dodgers... Ricky Ledee, Darryl Strawberry and Jose Vizcaino
Three. Ricky Ledee (Yankees 98-00, Giants 04, Dodgers 05-06, Mets 06-07), Darryl Strawberry (Mets 83-90, Dodgers 91-93, Giants 94, Yankees 95-99) and Jose Vizcaino (Dodgers 89-90 98-00 06, Mets 94-96, Giants 97, Yankees 00). Players who have played for three teams are: Doyle Alexander (Dodgers 71, Yankees 76 82-83, Giants 81) Johnny Allen (Yankees 32-35, Dodgers 41-43, Giants 43-44) Armando Benitez (Mets 99-03, Yankees 03, Giants 05-07) Angel Berroa (Dodgers 08, Yankees 09, Mets 09) Brett Butler (Giants 88-90, Dodgers 91-97, Mets 95) John Candelaria (Mets 87, Yankees 88-89, Dodgers 91-92) Gary Carter (Mets 85-89, Giants 90, Dodgers 91) Alberto Castillo (Mets 95-98, Yankees 02, Giants 03) Dennis Cook (Giants 88-89, Dodgers 90-91, Mets 98-01) Roger Craig (Dodgers 55-61, Mets 62-63, Giants 85-92) Ron Davis (Yankees 78-81, Dodgers 87, Giants 88) Ivan DeJesus (Dodgers 74-76, Yankees 86, Giants 87) Wilson Delgado (Giants 96-99, Yankees 00, Mets 04) Octavio Dotel (Mets 99, Yankees 06, Dodgers 10) Kevin Elster (Mets 86-92, Yankees 94-95, Dodgers 00) Scott Erickson (Mets 04, Dodgers 05, Yankees 06) Tim Foli (Mets 70-71 78-79, Giants 77, Yankees 84) Karim Garcia (Dodgers 95-97, Yankees 02-03, Mets 04) Burleigh Grimes (Giants 27, Yankees 34, Dodgers 37-38) Brad Gulden (Dodgers 78, Yankees 79-80, Giants 86) Rickey Henderson (Yankees 85-89, Mets 99-00, Dodgers 03) Roverto Hernandez (Giants 97, Mets 05-06, Dodgers 07) Orel Hershiser (Dodgers 83-94 00, Giants 98, Mets 99) Ron Hunt (Mets 63-66, Dodgers 67, Giants 68-70) Stan Javier (Yankees 84, Dodgers 90-92, Giants 96-99) Jeff Kent (Mets 92-96, Giants 97-02, Dodgers 05-08) Dave Kingman (Giants 71-74, Mets 75-77 81-83, Yankees 77) Ernie Krueger (Yankees 15, Giants 17, Dodgers 17-21) Sal Maglie (Giants 45 50-55, Dodgers 56-57, Yankees 57-58) Ramon Martinez (Giants 98-02, Dodgers 06-07, Mets 08-09) Brent Mayne (Mets 96, Giants 98-99, Dodgers 04) Doug Mientkiewicz (Mets 05, Yankees 07, Dodgers 09) Guillermo Mota (Dodgers 02-04 09, Mets 06-07, Giants 10-11) Terry Mulholland (Giants 86-89 95 97, Yankees 94, Dodgers 01-02) Lefty O'Doul (Yankees 19-22, Giants 28 33-34, Dodgers 31-33) Bob Ojeda (Mets 86-90, Dodgers 91-92, Yankees 94) Jesse Orosco (Mets 79 81-87, Dodgers 88 01-02, Yankees 03) Chan Ho Park (Dodgers 94-01 08, Mets 07, Yankees 10) Rick Parker (Giants 90-91, Mets 94, Dodgers 95-96) Joe Pignatano (Dodgers 57-60, Mets 62, Giants 62) Willie Randolph (Yankees 76-88, Dodgers 89-90, Mets 92 05-08) Ryan Rosy (Giants 19-24, Yankees 28, Dodgers 33) Rey Sanchez (Yankees 97 05, Giants 98, Mets 03) Dick Schofield Sr. (Giants 65-66, Yankees 66, Dodgers 66-67) Gary Sheffield (Dodgers 98-01, Yankees 04-06, Mets 09) Charley Smith (Dodgers 60-61, Mets 64-65, Yankees 67-68) Duke Snider (Dodgers 52-62, Mets 63, Giants 64) Mike Stanton (Yankees 97-02 05, Mets 03-04, Giants 06) Bill Sudakis (Dodgers 68-71, Mets 72, Yankees 74) Zack Taylor (Dodgers 20-25 35, Giants 27, Yankees 34) Alex Trevino (Mets 78-81 90, Giants 85, Dodgers 86-87) Mike Vail (Mets 75-77, Giants 83, Dodgers 84) Robin Ventura (Mets 99-01, Yankees 02-03, Dodgers 03-04) Allen Watson (Giants 96, Mets 99, Yankees 99-00) Terry Whitfield (Yankees 74-76, Giants 77-80, Dodgers 84-86) Rick Wilkins (Giants 96-97, Mets 98, Dodgers 99) Todd Zeile (Dodgers 97-98, Mets 00-01 04, Yankees 03)
I guess your talking about the Brooklyn Dodgers, New York Giants and the New York Yankees Only FOURTEEN players played for the New York Yankees, New York Giants, and Brooklyn Dodgers, including Tony Lazzeri, Sal Maglie, Wee Willie Keeler, Fred Merkle, and the last legal spitball pitcher, Burleigh Grimes.
Casey Stengel played for Brooklyn and the New York Giants, and managed the New York Yankees and the New York Mets.
Of the teams currently in New York - both the Mets (played 4, won 2) and the Yankees (played 40, won 27) have played in the World Series. The Dodgers won the world series in 1955 when they were the Brooklyn (NY) Dodgers, although they are now located in Los Angeles. The Giants won the world series in 1905, 1921, 1922, 1933, and 1954 when they were the New York Giants, although they have been the San Francisco Giants since 1958. The Mets and Yankees played each other in the 2000 World Series. The Yankees won it 4 games to 1. Other New York teams that have squared off in the World Series are: 1921: the (NY) Giants beat the Yankees 5 games to 3 (they played best of 9 that year). 1922: the (NY) Giants beat the Yankees 4 games to 0 in 5 games. Game two ended in a 3-3 tie after 10 innings, ostensibly because of darkness. Under the rules in effect at that time, suspended games were not resumed on a later date. 1923: the Yankees beat the (NY) Giants 4 games to 2. 1936: the Yankees beat the (NY) Giants 4 games to 2. 1937: the Yankees beat the (NY) Giants 4 games to 1. 1941: the Yankees beat the (Brooklyn) Dodgers 4 games to 1. 1947: the Yankees beat the (Brooklyn) Dodgers 4 games to 3. 1949: the Yankees beat the (Brooklyn) Dodgers 4 games to 1. 1951: the Yankees beat the (NY) Giants 4 games to 2. 1952: the Yankees beat the (Brooklyn) Dodgers 4 games to 3. 1953: the Yankees beat the (Brooklyn) Dodgers 4 games to 2. 1955: the (Brooklyn) Dodgers beat the Yankees 4 games to 3. 1956: the Yankees beat the (Brooklyn) Dodgers 4 games to 3. The Yankees also played the SF Giants in the 1962 World Series and the LA Dodgers in the 1977 and 1978 World Series.
The Yankees and the Dodgers last played in the 1981 World Series, with the Dodgers winning in six games.
mets and yankees, as well as the New York Giants and the Brooklyn Dodgers.
National Football League: (Super Bowl) Super Bowl XXIX on January 29, 1995. The two teams were the San Francisco 49ers and the San Diego Chargers. San Francisco won 49-26. Major League Baseball: (World Series) 1906 - Chicago White Sox vs Chicago Cubs. 1921 - New York Giants vs New York Yankees. 1922 - New York Giants vs New York Yankees. 1923 - New York Yankees vs New York Giants. 1936 - New York Yankee vs New York Giants. 1937 - New York Yankees vs New York Giants. 1941 - New York Yankees vs Brooklyn Dodgers. 1947 - New York Yankees vs Brooklyn Dodgers. 1949 - New York Yankees vs Brooklyn Dodgers. 1951 - New York Yankees vs New York Giants. 1952 - New York Yankees vs Brooklyn Dodgers. 1953 - New York Yankees vs Brooklyn Dodgers. 1955 - Brooklyn Dodgers vs New York Yankees. 1956 - New York Yankees vs Brooklyn Dodgers. 1974 - Oakland Athletics vs Los Angeles Dodgers. 1988 - Los Angeles Dodgers vs Oakland Athletics. 1989 - Oakland Athletics vs San Francisco Giants. 2000 - New York Yankees vs New York Mets. 2002 - Anaheim Angels vs San Francisco Giants.
The Dodgers have played the Yankees 11 times in the World Series. Their record against the Yankees is 3-8.1941: Dodgers lost to the Yankess 4 games to 1.1947: Dodgers lost to the Yankees 4 games to 3.1949: Dodgers lost to the Yankees 4 games to 1.1952: Dodgers lost to the Yankees 4 games to 3.1953: Dodgers lost to the Yankees 4 games to 2.1955: Dodgers defeated the Yankees 4 games to 3.1956: Dodgers lost to the Yankees 4 games to 3.1963: Dodgers defeated the Yankees 4 games to 0.1977: Dodgers lost to the Yankees 4 games to 2.1978: Dodgers lost to the Yankees 4 games to 2.1981: Dodgers defeated the Yankees 4 games to 2.
Yes, nine times. The last time, prior to 2010 when the Yankees and Phillies have the chance, was 1977-1978 when the Yankees and Dodgers did it. The Yankees won both World Series. Other times were ... * 1957-1958 with the Braves and Yankees (each team won 1). * 1955-1956 with the Dodgers and Yankees (each team won 1). * 1952-1953 with the Dodgers and Yankees (Yankees won both). * 1942-1943 with the Cardinals and Yankees (each team won 1). * 1936-1937 with the Giants and Yankees (Yankees won both). * 1930-1931 with the Cardinals and Athletics (each team won 1). * 1921-1923 with the Giants and Yankees (Giants won 2 and Yankees won 1). This is the only time the same teams played in 3 consecutive World Series. * 1907-1908 with the Cubs and Tigers (Cubs won both).
The New York Giants and the Brooklyn Dodgers
MLB network in a rebroadcast of the 1998 All Star game stated that Darrell Strawberry was one of 4 players who have played for all four original NY baseball teams (Yankees, Giants, Dodgers, and Mets). It did not list the three other players.
During the 2010 regular season, the Giants and the Dodgers played 18 games, and the Giants won 10 times.
Yes, he did. Darryl played for the Yankees from 1995-1999.
None.Through the 2009 World Series, the Yankees have played in 40 World Series. Second is the Dodgers who have played in 18 World Series. The Cardinals and Giants have played in 17 each.