3. A “Ball Wall” displays baseballs signed by almost every Yankee player

Balls on the Ball Wall in Yankee Stadium.
The color of the balls varies based on their age.

Within the 3,600 square feet of Yankee Museum is the “Ball Wall.” This wall contains 870 baseballs autographed by Yankees players, coaches, managers and broadcasters from throughout the team’s history. In order to find favorite players and key members of the Yankees management team, fans can use the Yankees Ball Finder computer that pinpoints the location of certain autographed balls.

Balls vary in color — Lou Gehrig’s signed ball is a faint brown color and Rick Down’s ball still shines bright white. The Yankees franchise will continue to add to the wall as they plan to display balls signed by every living Yankees player.