16, 1929: The Yankees become the first team to make numbers a permanent part of the uniform (numbers would become standard for all teams by 1932). Babe Ruth — Right Field. The 1928 Yankees swept the St. Louis Cardinals in four games. The 1928 New York Yankees roster is above. Previous Season. St. Louis resident Tom Sullivan, whose father was a student at the school then, tells us the story. 1928 New York Yankees - Pro Football Archives Home Teams Players Coaches Drafts Awards Leaders Contact Pitching: This 25-man roster would win a lot of World Series. The Photo of the Day was taken at the start of the World Series that fall at Yankee Stadium and showcases New York’s infielders . Miller Huggins coached the team. Points Against: 179 (13.8/g) 8th of 10. The 1927 New York Yankees season was the 25th season of the New York Yankees of the American League. For information regarding statistical abbreviations, please View the Statistics Legend The 1928 New York Yankees team roster seen on this page includes every player who appeared in a game during the 1928 season. Click on column headings to sort. Record: 4-8-1, 7th in NFL (Schedule and Results) Coach: Dick Rauch (4-8-1) Points For: 103 (7.9/g) 6th of 10. The Yankees had an advantage … Click on column headings to sort. All-Time New York Yankees Team. That makes them very unlikely to pass the 2005 Yankees, let alone the 1928 A's. The team finished with a record of 101–53, winning their sixth pennant, finishing 2.5 games ahead of the Philadelphia Athletics.New York was managed by Miller Huggins.The Yankees played at Yankee Stadium.In the World Series, they swept the St. Louis Cardinals.Pitcher Urban Shocker died in September due to complications from pneumonia Apr.

Expected W-L: 2.8-10.2. It's effectively the same roster that established the 1927 Yankees edition as the greatest baseball team of all time, matching its predecessor's feats of a 100+ victory regular season and a four-game World Series sweep. All MLB News This was the first time a team had swept consecutive Series. Record: 101-53, Finished 1st in American League (Schedule and Results) Postseason: Won World Series (4-0) over St. Louis Cardinals. Clicking on an individual player will display the player's career statistics including his time with the 1928 New York Yankees. Hall of Fame players 20, 1928: The Yankees' sixth season at Yankee Stadium opens with the left-field stands enlarged to three decks. Take a listen in the audio above. St. Louis resident Tom Sullivan, whose father was a student at the school then, tells us the story.