Lawrence Peter Berra a.k.a. Yogi Berra was born on May 12, 1925, in St. Louis, Missouri. Yogi Berra played in the Major Leagues for the New York Yankees and New York Mets from 1948 to 1962. Yogi Berra batted left and threw right. No player to date can match Yogi Berra's resume when it comes to playing on 14 pennant-winners and 10 World Championship teams. The heart of the Yankees for 18 seasons, Yogi Berra topped the 100-RBI mark four years in a row and became a three-time American League MVP. In every season from 1948 to 1962, Yogi Berra was selected to the All-Star team. During his career Yogi Berra called three no-hitters, including Don Larsen's perfect game in the 1956 World Series. Known for his "Yogi-isms," Berra has always been a fan favorite.


Career Highlights

  Elected to Baseball Hall of Fame - 1972
  Played on 14 pennant-winners
  Played on 10 World Championship teams
  Topped the 100-RBI mark four years in a row
  Was a three-time American League MVP.


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Yogi Berra

Yogi Berra

Baseball Hall of Fame, World Champion