Turns out the interlocking "NY" logo, one of the most recognizable in the world that has become synonymous with the Yankees, is even older than the team itself.
Play ball! Here's a look back at 7 of NYC's lost baseball stadiums from Yankee Stadium and Shea Stadium to the more obscure Capitoline Grounds.
The New York Yankees and Brooklyn Dodgers square off in the first televised World Series on September 30, 1947. Using Membit, we bring the location back to life
There is currently an ice hockey rink built inside Yankee Stadium, the first time in the stadium's history. The stadium has hosted other sports in past years.
Although traditionally associated with the Bronx, the New York Yankees once played at Hilltop Park, now the site of the New York Presbyterian Hospital.
The New York Yankees Football team lived a short life from 1946 to 1948. They played their home games at Yankee Stadium, but their last game, on December 4th 1948, was against the Chicago Rockets at Soldier Field in Chicago.