Love them or hate them, the New York Yankees are the greatest team in MLB history and arguably the greatest in American sports. There is also a ton of history connected to the Bronx Bombers. Find out how much you know with this Yankees quiz!
The American League East was created before the start of the 1969 season. The Yankees have won more division titles than any of their AL East rivals, with 18.
The 27 World Series titles for the Yankees are the most by any MLB team. The next closest team, the St. Louis Cardinals, has 11.
DiMaggio's hit streak is a record that may never be broken. During the streak, DiMaggio hit .408 with 15 homers and 55 RBI.
Ruth clobbered 659 home runs as a member of the Yankees. He once held both the MLB all-time and single-season home run records.
Maris bombed 61 homers in 1961, topping Ruth's 60. His record stood as MLB's best for 37 years until it was broken by Mark McGwire in 1998.
On Opening Day in 1923, Ruth went yard for the first homer hit at the old Yankee Stadium. He went on to smash 41 that season.
Jeter notched his 3,000th career hit with a home run in 2011. The Captain's 3,465 hits puts him sixth all time in MLB history.
Larsen's perfect game was thrown in Game 5 of the 1956 World Series against the Brooklyn Dodgers. It was the sixth perfect game in MLB history at that point.
Righetti's no hitter occurred on owner George Steinbrenner's 53rd birthday. What a way to please The Boss!
The Highlanders were founded in 1903. It wasn't until 1913 when the team changed its name to the Yankees.
Judge smashed his record-setting 30th home run before the 2017 All Star break. DiMaggio was the previous record-holder.
Munson died at the age of 32 when he crashed his Cessna Citation at Akron-Canton Airport. Munson was the team's captain at the time of the accident.
Ford has the Yankees record for most career wins with 236. Ruffing and Pettitte are No. 2 and No. 3, respectively.
Jackson became Mr. October after hitting three home runs in Game 6 of the 1977 World Series against the Los Angeles Dodgers. He hit a homer on the first pitch he saw in the fourth, fifth and eighth innings.
The '98 Yankees dominated their way to 114 regular-season wins, which at the time was the most in MLB history. In total, the Bombers won 125 games when including the playoffs.
The Yankees have retired all numbers from one to 10. With so many numbers retired, younger players coming up are forced to choose higher numbers.
Despite being an important part of the Yankees dynasty of the '90s, O'Neill does not have his number retired by the team.
El Duque joined the Yankees in 1998 and was a key part of the team's three-peat. He won a fourth World Series ring with the Chicago White Sox in 2005.
The Yankees honored Robinson with a plaque in monument park. Rivera is the only Yankee to still be active and have his number retired.
McCarthy's 1,460 wins are the most all time. From 1931 to 1946, McCarthy won eight pennants and seven World Series titles.
Mattingly has received some support over the years but has never been able to get in. The 2015 ballot was the last time Mattingly would appear.
Jeter hit a walk-off home run in Game 4 of the 2001 World Series after the clock had struck midnight and the calendar had turned to November.
There are differing accounts of what really happened, but Pipp lost his job forever to Gehrig. Nicknamed the Iron Horse, Gehrig played in 2,130 consecutive games, a record that stood for 56 years.
Guidry was born in Lafayette, Louisiana, which inspired his nicknames. Gator played his entire career with the Yankees and won a pair of titles in 1977 and 1978.
Berra won an astounding 10 World Series rings in 18 seasons with the Yanks, the most by any player in league history. He won three more as a coach and made a total of 21 World Series appearances.
Martinez won four World Series rings with the Yankees from 1996 to 2001. He returned to the team during his last season in the majors in 2005.
Despite being an absolute fan-favorite, O'Neill was never a captain of the team. The Warrior sure had the mentality to be one, though.
Ruth was named captain of the team before the start of the 1922 season. After serving a six-week suspension, Ruth lost his captaincy in just five days after throwing dirt on an umpire and confronting a heckler in the stands.
The new Yankee Stadium officially opened in April 2009. The Yankees went on to win the World Series that season, also.
Rivera got the nickname because the song "Enter Sandman" played whenever he took the mound. His 652 career saves are the most in MLB history.
While there is some debate about there being earlier Yankees captains, Chase is the first official captain in team history.
Jeter compiled 200 career hits in the postseason. His 158 playoff games played are also the most all time.
Michael was a key architect of the Yankees dynasty from 1996 to 2000.
Before the Yankees went to bat that day, the bat Babe Ruth used to hit the first home run at the old Yankee Stadium was placed at home plate. Posada must have felt the power.
Mantle's 18 World Series homers is the most in league history. Ruth and Berra are No. 2 and No. 3, respectively.