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Stadium new york nyc, sports.

Stadium new york nyc, sports.

The olive rejectd or the Yankees revenge

The olive rejectd or the Yankees revenge

Wilson and Edith at a Ball Game

Wilson and Edith at a Ball Game

Woodorow Wilson at Ball Game

Woodorow Wilson at Ball Game

Wilson and Edith at a Ball Game

Wilson and Edith at a Ball Game

"Is all dem Yankees dat's passing?"

"Is all dem Yankees dat's passing?"

Woodorow Wilson at Ball Game

Woodorow Wilson at Ball Game

Woodorow Wilson at Ball Game

Woodorow Wilson at Ball Game

Wilson and Edith at a Ball Game

Wilson and Edith at a Ball Game

scanned image from "Yankees et Canadiens. Impressions de voyage en Amérique"

scanned image from "Yankees et Canadiens. Impressions de voyage en Amérique"

scanned image from "Yankees et Canadiens. Impressions de voyage en Amérique"

scanned image from "Yankees et Canadiens. Impressions de voyage en Amérique"

Crowd at Yankees opening

Crowd at Yankees opening

[New York Yankees president Frank Farrell presents loving cup to Yankees manager Harry Wolverton as Red Sox and Yankees players look on at Hilltop park, New York, April 11, 1912 (baseball)]

[New York Yankees president Frank Farrell presents loving cup to Yankees manager Harry Wolverton as Red Sox and Yankees players look on at Hilltop park, New York, April 11, 1912 (baseball)]

[Ray Keating, New York Yankees pitcher, facing front, standing, holding a ball in his glove]

[Ray Keating, New York Yankees pitcher, facing front, standing, holding a ball in his glove]

Yankees, 4/4/13

Yankees, 4/4/13

[Frank Gilhooley, baseball player with the New York Yankees, swings his bat at home plate]

[Frank Gilhooley, baseball player with the New York Yankees, swings his bat at home plate]

Presented to Yankees, opening day, 4/22/15

Presented to Yankees, opening day, 4/22/15

[Yankees outfield - Don Brown, Tim Hendryx, Gene Leyden, Elmer Miller, Hugh High, New York AL (baseball)]

[Yankees outfield - Don Brown, Tim Hendryx, Gene Leyden, Elmer Miller, Hugh High, New York AL (baseball)]

Those idiotic Yankees

Those idiotic Yankees

Wilson and Edith at a Ball Game

Wilson and Edith at a Ball Game

Woodorow Wilson at Ball Game

Woodorow Wilson at Ball Game

Army of Occupation - Americans guarding a gate in Treves. Yankees of the American Army of Occupation guarding a gate in Treves, Germany

Army of Occupation - Americans guarding a gate in Treves. Yankees of the American Army of Occupation guarding a gate in Treves, Germany

Ceremonies - France - When the Armistice was signed by the German delegates Paris went wild with joy. Photo shows a truckful of Yankees passing the Royale during the celebration which lasted a few days

Ceremonies - France - When the Armistice was signed by the German delegates Paris went wild with joy. Photo shows a truckful of Yankees passing the Royale during the celebration which lasted a few days

Sgt. Gibson & Yankees

Sgt. Gibson & Yankees

Yankees [drilling], 4/11/17

Yankees [drilling], 4/11/17

Sgt. Gibson drilling Yankees, 1917

Sgt. Gibson drilling Yankees, 1917

Yankees doing setting - up exercise, [4/3/17]

Yankees doing setting - up exercise, [4/3/17]

Army of Occupation - Americans guarding a gate in Treves. Yankees of the American Army of Occupation guarding a gate in Treves, Germany

Army of Occupation - Americans guarding a gate in Treves. Yankees of the American Army of Occupation guarding a gate in Treves, Germany

[Robert William Meusel, New York Yankees outfielder, full-length portrait, facing right, swinging baseball bat]

[Robert William Meusel, New York Yankees outfielder, full-length portrait, facing right, swinging baseball bat]

Atherton, Yankees, 1921

Atherton, Yankees, 1921

Ingley, Yankees, 1921

Ingley, Yankees, 1921

Ford, Yankees, 1921

Ford, Yankees, 1921

[Yankees at New Orleans, posed in front of bleachers, spring training, Babe Ruth in center]

[Yankees at New Orleans, posed in front of bleachers, spring training, Babe Ruth in center]

[Yankees Team Photo, New York AL (baseball)]

[Yankees Team Photo, New York AL (baseball)]

Manager Milan of the Nationals and Miller Huggins of the Yankees shake hands before the game

Manager Milan of the Nationals and Miller Huggins of the Yankees shake hands before the game

[Bob Tecarr, pitcher, Yankees prospect (baseball)]

[Bob Tecarr, pitcher, Yankees prospect (baseball)]

Yankees, 1923

Yankees, 1923

Meusel, Emil F. "Irish" (Giants) & Bob Meusel (Yankees), 10/10/1923

Meusel, Emil F. "Irish" (Giants) & Bob Meusel (Yankees), 10/10/1923

Ben Johnson, Pres. American League. Secy. Denby decorating infielder Everett Scott of N.Y. Yankees

Ben Johnson, Pres. American League. Secy. Denby decorating infielder Everett Scott of N.Y. Yankees

Yankees catcher Wally Schang slides safely into 3rd base in second game. Senators 3rd baseman is Ossie Bluege and pitcher backing up play is Firpo Marberry. Senators won 2nd game 7-2 (baseball)

Yankees catcher Wally Schang slides safely into 3rd base in second game. Senators 3rd baseman is Ossie Bluege and pitcher backing up play is Firpo Marberry. Senators won 2nd game 7-2 (baseball)

Yankees Lou Gehrig scores head first in 4th inning as Joe Harris' throw gets away from catcher Hank Severeid of Senators. Umpier is Nallin. Yanks beat Senators 3-2 (baseball)

Yankees Lou Gehrig scores head first in 4th inning as Joe Harris' throw gets away from catcher Hank Severeid of Senators. Umpier is Nallin. Yanks beat Senators 3-2 (baseball)

Senators Goose Goslin slides safely into home and collides with Yankees catcher Wally Schang in 2nd game of double header (baseball)

Senators Goose Goslin slides safely into home and collides with Yankees catcher Wally Schang in 2nd game of double header (baseball)

[Yankees Babe Ruth safe at third in fourth inning on Bob Meusel's fly out. Senators third baseman is Ossie Bluege. Senators won 8-1

[Yankees Babe Ruth safe at third in fourth inning on Bob Meusel's fly out. Senators third baseman is Ossie Bluege. Senators won 8-1

[New York Yankees baseball team posed]

[New York Yankees baseball team posed]

PRESIDENT TOSSES OUT FIRST BALL. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 14. THE LID WAS OFFICIALLY PRIED OFF THE 1936 BASEBALL SEASON IN WASHINGTON TODAY WHEN PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TOSSED OUT THE FIRST BALL TO START HOSTILITIES BETWEEN THE SENATORS AND THE NEW YORK YANKEES. IN THIS PHOTOGRAPH, L TO R: SECRETARY MARVIN McINTYRE; FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT, JR.; MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT, JR.; PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT; JOE McCARTHY, YANKEE MANAGER; BUCKEY HARRIS, SENATOR'S LEADER; CLARK GRIFFITH, PRESIDENT OF THE WASHINGTON BASEBALL CLUB; AND WILLIAM HARRIDGE, PRESIDENT OF THE AMERICAN LEAGUE

PRESIDENT TOSSES OUT FIRST BALL. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 14. THE LID WAS OFFICIALLY PRIED OFF THE 1936 BASEBALL SEASON IN WASHINGTON TODAY WHEN PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TOSSED OUT THE FIRST BALL TO START HOSTILITIES BETWEEN THE SENATORS AND THE NEW YORK YANKEES. IN THIS PHOTOGRAPH, L TO R: SECRETARY MARVIN McINTYRE; FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT, JR.; MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT, JR.; PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT; JOE McCARTHY, YANKEE MANAGER; BUCKEY HARRIS, SENATOR'S LEADER; CLARK GRIFFITH, PRESIDENT OF THE WASHINGTON BASEBALL CLUB; AND WILLIAM HARRIDGE, PRESIDENT OF THE AMERICAN LEAGUE

"Big train" in new role. Washington, D.C., March 17. Walter Johnson, Washington Senators' pitching star for many years, has been signed by Columbia Broadcasting system to broadcast the home games of the Washington team this summer. He succeeds Arch McDonald who will air the Yankees and Giants games from New York, 3-17-39

"Big train" in new role. Washington, D.C., March 17. Walter Johnson, Washington Senators' pitching star for many years, has been signed by Columbia Broadcasting system to broadcast the home games of the Washington team this summer. He succeeds Arch McDonald who will air the Yankees and Giants games from New York, 3-17-39

Right side front view medium close-up shot as US Air Force Special Operations helicopter pilot, Captain Bill Denehen is introduced to Yankees second baseman Derek Jeter. CPT Denehen was honored at Yankee Stadium on 11 may 2000 by throwing out the ceremonial first pitch. On May 2, 1999, while assigned with the 55th Special Operations Squadron, CPT Denehen and his crew courageously penetrated one of the most sophisticated air defense networks in the world to rescue an F-16C pilot (not shown) trapped deep inside of Serbia. This was the first mission in history where a special operations rescue force penetrated and successfully defeated an active integrated air defense system of a determined ...

Right side front view medium close-up shot as US Air Force Special Operations helicopter pilot, Captain Bill Denehen is introduced to Yankees second baseman Derek Jeter. CPT Denehen was honored at Yankee Stadium on 11 may 2000 by throwing out the ceremonial first pitch. On May 2, 1999, while assigned with the 55th Special Operations Squadron, CPT Denehen and his crew courageously penetrated one of the most sophisticated air defense networks in the world to rescue an F-16C pilot (not shown) trapped deep inside of Serbia. This was the first mission in history where a special operations rescue force penetrated and successfully defeated an active integrated air defense system of a determined ...

President George W. Bush with the New York Yankees

President George W. Bush with the New York Yankees

A "Yankees Go Home" protest sign at a scheduled anti-war protest at Aviano Air Base (AB), Italy

A "Yankees Go Home" protest sign at a scheduled anti-war protest at Aviano Air Base (AB), Italy

A US Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) Parachute team member descend onto Legends Field in Tampa, Florida (FL), on the opening day of Spring Training for the New York Yankees, who are about to play the Philadelphia Phillies

A US Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) Parachute team member descend onto Legends Field in Tampa, Florida (FL), on the opening day of Spring Training for the New York Yankees, who are about to play the Philadelphia Phillies

The US Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) Color Guard presents the colors at Legends Field in Tampa, Florida (FL), on the opening day of Spring Training for the New York Yankees, who are about to play the Philadelphia Phillies

The US Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) Color Guard presents the colors at Legends Field in Tampa, Florida (FL), on the opening day of Spring Training for the New York Yankees, who are about to play the Philadelphia Phillies

US Air Force (USAF) personnel from MacDill Air Force Base (AFB), Florida (FL), present a large American Flag during the playing of the National Anthem at Legends Field in Tampa, Florida (FL), on the opening day of Spring Training for the New York Yankees, who are about to play the Philadelphia Phillies

US Air Force (USAF) personnel from MacDill Air Force Base (AFB), Florida (FL), present a large American Flag during the playing of the National Anthem at Legends Field in Tampa, Florida (FL), on the opening day of Spring Training for the New York Yankees, who are about to play the Philadelphia Phillies

Baseball alex rodriguez a-rod, sports.

Baseball alex rodriguez a-rod, sports.

Baseball alex rodriguez a-rod, sports.

Baseball alex rodriguez a-rod, sports.

Vintage babe ruth man, people.

Vintage babe ruth man, people.

Baseball alex rodriguez a-rod, sports.

Baseball alex rodriguez a-rod, sports.

Baseball alex rodriguez a-rod, sports.

Baseball alex rodriguez a-rod, sports.

Sports hand painted yankees, sports.

Sports hand painted yankees, sports.

Baseball yankees yankee stadium, sports.

Baseball yankees yankee stadium, sports.

Alex rodriguez yankees baseball, sports.

Alex rodriguez yankees baseball, sports.

Baseball alex rodriguez a-rod, sports.

Baseball alex rodriguez a-rod, sports.

Woodorow Wilson at Ball Game

Woodorow Wilson at Ball Game

Who's going to pitch? Washington, D.C., April 21. Like old line fans that they are, the nation's no.1 baseball fans look over the program first thing upon taking their seats. Senators Charles L. McNary of Oregon, and Carter Glass of Virginia, look over the line-up with Vice President John Garner before the beginning of today's game between the Washington Senators and the New York Yankees

Who's going to pitch? Washington, D.C., April 21. Like old line fans that they are, the nation's no.1 baseball fans look over the program first thing upon taking their seats. Senators Charles L. McNary of Oregon, and Carter Glass of Virginia, look over the line-up with Vice President John Garner before the beginning of today's game between the Washington Senators and the New York Yankees

Woodorow Wilson at Ball Game

Woodorow Wilson at Ball Game

Yankees trying to be Turkish from my album - Esquisses at the Centenial [sic] Leon y Escosura (?)

Yankees trying to be Turkish from my album - Esquisses at the Centenial [sic] Leon y Escosura (?)

Louisiana Senator blossoms out in first straw hat and yells, 'It's a hit!' Washington, D.C., April 21. Senator Allen J. Ellender went to the ball game between the Nats and the Yankees today. He proved it was spring because he wore a panama hat and yelled like a true baseball fan

Louisiana Senator blossoms out in first straw hat and yells, 'It's a hit!' Washington, D.C., April 21. Senator Allen J. Ellender went to the ball game between the Nats and the Yankees today. He proved it was spring because he wore a panama hat and yelled like a true baseball fan

Yankees are coming. Air: Jordan

Yankees are coming. Air: Jordan

Wilson and Edith at a Ball Game

Wilson and Edith at a Ball Game

Big Train now calls 'em from the announcer's booth. Washington, D.C., April 22. 'Big Train' Walter Johnson, long time star in baseball's hall of fame, is now Washington's CBS station, WJSV, announcer of all the games played by the Senators. He is shown at the mike calling the play by play of yesterday's game between the Nats and New York Yankees

Big Train now calls 'em from the announcer's booth. Washington, D.C., April 22. 'Big Train' Walter Johnson, long time star in baseball's hall of fame, is now Washington's CBS station, WJSV, announcer of all the games played by the Senators. He is shown at the mike calling the play by play of yesterday's game between the Nats and New York Yankees

The ball goes out and the game is on. Washington, D.C., April 21. Baseball really isn't ushered in until the ceremony of throwing out the ball is accomplished. Vice President John Garner did the honors today in the absence of President Roosevelt. Left to right. Senators Pat Harrison, Robert Lafollette Jr., Charles L. McNary, Carter Glass, the Vice President, Bucky Harris who manages the Washington Senators, Postmaster General James A. Farley, N.Y. Yankees' Manager Joe McCarthy. Senator Allen J. Ellender is standing behind the Vice President

The ball goes out and the game is on. Washington, D.C., April 21. Baseball really isn't ushered in until the ceremony of throwing out the ball is accomplished. Vice President John Garner did the honors today in the absence of President Roosevelt. Left to right. Senators Pat Harrison, Robert Lafollette Jr., Charles L. McNary, Carter Glass, the Vice President, Bucky Harris who manages the Washington Senators, Postmaster General James A. Farley, N.Y. Yankees' Manager Joe McCarthy. Senator Allen J. Ellender is standing behind the Vice President

Wilson and Edith at a Ball Game

Wilson and Edith at a Ball Game

Lakewood, Ohio takes 11th straight prize for community health. Washington, D.C., May 1. The City of Lakewood, Ohio, has something in common with the pennant-grabbing New York Yankees. For 11 straight years it has taken the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's prize for City and Rural Health Conservation. Here, some of Lakewood's prominent graphically depict their victory. Left to right: Roy C. Elmer, Ralph Dutcher, John Quallich, A.P. Goldwaite, R.B. Pleasance, Roy A. Daniels, R.B. Clark, Charles F. Ross, J.W. Barrett, Harvey O. Yoder, and Lakewood's Mayor, Amos I. Kauffman. The presentation was made this morning as the Chamber began its 27th annual convention

Lakewood, Ohio takes 11th straight prize for community health. Washington, D.C., May 1. The City of Lakewood, Ohio, has something in common with the pennant-grabbing New York Yankees. For 11 straight years it has taken the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's prize for City and Rural Health Conservation. Here, some of Lakewood's prominent graphically depict their victory. Left to right: Roy C. Elmer, Ralph Dutcher, John Quallich, A.P. Goldwaite, R.B. Pleasance, Roy A. Daniels, R.B. Clark, Charles F. Ross, J.W. Barrett, Harvey O. Yoder, and Lakewood's Mayor, Amos I. Kauffman. The presentation was made this morning as the Chamber began its 27th annual convention

We are the yankees

We are the yankees

We are the yankees

We are the yankees

We are the yankees

We are the yankees

We are the yankees

We are the yankees

The Yankees are whis'ling now song

The  Yankees are whis'ling now song

The Yankees are whis'ling now song

The  Yankees are whis'ling now song

The Yankees are whis'ling now song

The  Yankees are whis'ling now song

The Yankees are whis'ling now song

The  Yankees are whis'ling now song

When the yankees come marching home

When the yankees come marching home

When the yankees come marching home

When the yankees come marching home

When the yankees come marching home

When the yankees come marching home

When the yankees come marching home

When the yankees come marching home

When the yankees come marching home

When the yankees come marching home

When the yankees come marching home

When the yankees come marching home

When the yankees come marching home

When the yankees come marching home

When the yankees come marching home

When the yankees come marching home

When the yankees come marching home

When the yankees come marching home

When the yankees come marching home

When the yankees come marching home

When the yankees lick the hun

When the yankees lick the hun

When the yankees lick the hun

When the yankees lick the hun

When the yankees lick the hun

When the yankees lick the hun

When the yankees lick the hun

When the yankees lick the hun

[Louis Criger, New York Yankees, baseball card portrait]

[Louis Criger, New York Yankees, baseball card portrait]

[Louis Criger, New York Yankees, baseball card portrait]

[Louis Criger, New York Yankees, baseball card portrait]

The yankees have been there

The  yankees have been there

The yankees have been there

The  yankees have been there

The yankees have been there

The  yankees have been there

The yankees have been there

The  yankees have been there