"You can observe a lot from watching…" Yogi Berra was one of the most popular players in the game of baseball and on the field at Yankee Stadium. He spent 19 years with the Bronx Bombers and was named to the All-Star team every year from 1948 to 1962.
Known as one of the Yankee elite who could act both offensively and defensively, Berra was voted American League MVP three times. He continued to influence the game as a manager after his playing days in the Bronx were over. His sense of humor on the field made him one of the most human players ever to take the field.