Bill Virdon. He managed the Yankees in 1974 and 1975. During those seasons the team played their home games at Shea Stadium.
The new Yankee Stadium is the home of the Yankees. The Yankees said farewell to the old Yankee Stadium in '08.
Casey Stengel managed the Yankees from 1949 to 1960.
The Yankees have had four managers who were previous catchers for the team. Bill Dickey (Yankee catcher from 1928-1943 and Yankee player-manager in 1946) Ralph Houk (Yankee catcher from 1947-1954, Yankee manager from 1961-63) Yogi Berra (Yankee catcher from 1947-1962, Yankee manager in 1964 and 1984-85) Joe Girardi (Yankee catcher from 1996-99, Yankee manager from 2008-present)
The Yankees played in the old Yankee Stadium from 1923-2008.
The New Yankee StadiumThe beginning of the 2009 season they moved to the new Yankee Stadium.
"Old Yankee Stadium" or Yankee Stadium I, was home to the New York Yankees from 1923 - 2008 . Yankee Stadium was also known as "The House that Ruth Built."
The Yankees always sit in the dugout on the first base side of Yankee Stadium.
The Yankees first game at the old Yankee Stadium was on April 18, 1923.
The New York Yankees play in Yankee Stadium.
The New York Yankees play their home games at Yankee Stadium.
The Yankees had a 57-24 record at Yankee Stadium in 2009.
It would be rather awkward to say "Yankees Stadium." Try saying it yourself.
It was called Yankee Stadium, built very close to the New Yankee Stadium.
The New York Yankees play 81 regular season games in Yankee Stadium.
The Yankees dugout is located on the first base side of the new Yankee Stadium.
The Yankees play at Yankee Stadium, The Bronx, New York. The "new" Yankee Stadium is located across the street from the "old" Yankee Stadium in the Bronx section of New York City.
The late Casey Stengel, who managed both the Yankees and the Mets, wore No. 37. Both teams have retired the number.
There are 3 decks in Yankees Stadium ...