Anonymous asked in SportsBaseball · 1 decade ago

Baseball fans?

How many players can you name that have played for both the Yankees and the Indians?


Whoever names the most players wins the best answer.

11 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
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    222 total, including such luminaries as Bobby Bonds, Rocky Colavito, Stan Coveleski, Cecil Fielder, Doc Gooden, Joe Gordon, Tommy John, David Justice, Kenny Lofton, Sal Maglie, Roger Maris, Billy Martin, Graig Nettles, Phil Niekro, Jesse Orosco, Gaylord Perry, Lou Piniella, Allie Reynolds, Snuffy Stirnweiss, Luis Tiant, and Dave Winfield.

    All: Harry Ables, Luis Aguayo, Mike Aldrete, Johnny Allen, Neil Allen, Dell Alston, Jason Anderson, Ivy Andrews, Pete Appleton, Mike Armstrong, Brad Arnsberg, Paul Assenmacher, Chick Autry, Neal Ball, Ray Barker, Fred Beene, Eddie Bockman, Bobby Bonds, Aaron Boone, Joe Borowski, Johnny Broaca, Tom Brookens, Jim Brower, Jumbo Brown, George Burns, Tom Buskey, Ray Caldwell, Rick Cerone, Chris Chambliss, Ben Chapman, Al Cicotte, Allie Clark, Walter Clarkson, Lou Clinton, Rocky Colavito, Joe Connor, Stan Coveleski, Roy Cullenbine, Nick Cullop, Nick Cullop (yes, there are two different Nick Cullops), Chad Curtis, Bud Daley, Frank Delahanty, David Dellucci, Rick Dempsey, Pat Dobson, Mike Donovan, Brian Dorsett, Doc Edwards, John Ellis, Alan Embree, Red Embree, Clyde Engle, Alvaro Espinoza, Steve Farr, Tony Fernandez, Wes Ferrell, Tom Ferrick, Chick Fewster, Cecil Fielder, Mike Fischlin, Gus Fisher, George Frazier, Oscar Gamble, Karim Garcia, Rob Gardner, Al Gettel, Pedro Gonzalez, Wilbur Good, Dwight Gooden, Joe Gordon, Ted Gray, Bob Grim, Oscar Grimes, Jason Grimsley, Cecilio Guante, Bob Hale, Jimmie Hall, Mel Hall, Steve Hamilton, Toby Harrah, Joe Harris, Ron Hassey, Neal Heaton, Woodie Held, Charlie Hemphill, Rollie Hemsley, Harvey Hendrick, Tim Hendryx, Oral Hildebrand, Glenallen Hill, Shawn Hillegas, Myril Hoag, Ken Holloway, Don Hood, Dick Howser, Billy Hunter, Jim Jackson, Dion James, Stan Jefferson, Tommy John, Alex Johnson, Cliff Johnson, Sam Jones, Jeff Juden, David Justice, Scott Kamieniecki, Steve Karsay, Mike Kekich, Jerry Kenney, Ron Kittle, Ed Klepfer, Steve Kline, Bill Knickerbocker, Ernie Krueger, Bob Kuzava, Dave LaRoche, Lyn Lary, Matt Lawton, Ricky Ledee, Jack Lelivelt, Eddie Leon, Kenny Lofton, Sherm Lollar, Torey Lovullo, Matt Luke, Ray Mack, Sal Maglie, Hank Majeski, Jeff Manto, Roger Maris, Billy Martin, Jack McDowell, Sam McDowell, Deacon McGuire, Marty McHale, Dan Miceli, Larry Milbourne, Buster Mills, Earl Moore, Jeff Moronko, Jerry Moses, Terry Mulholland, Bob Muncrief, Graig Nettles, Phil Niekro, Harry Niles, Otis Nixon, Les Nunamaker, Bob Ojeda, Steve O'Neill, Jesse Orosco, Ben Paschal, Monte Pearson, Roger Peckinpaugh, Gaylord Perry, Fritz Peterson, Josh Phelps, Ken Phelps, Eddie Phillips, Lou Piniella, Eric Plunk, Jamie Quirk, Domingo Ramos, Pedro Ramos, Allie Reynolds, Eddie Robinson, Buddy Rosar, Larry Rosenthal, Braggo Roth, Mark Salas, Rafael Santana, Germany Schaefer, Don Schulze, Bob Seeds, Ted Sepkowski, Joe Sewell, Harry Simpson, Duke Sims, Joel Skinner, Elmer Smith, Shane Spencer, Charlie Spikes, Fred Stanley, Snuffy Stirnweiss, Tim Stoddard, Bill Sudakis, Ralph Terry, Stan Thomas, Ryan Thompson, Jack Thoney, Luis Tiant, Dick Tidrow, Bobby Tiefenauer, Rusty Torres, Chris Turner, George Uhle, Cecil Upshaw, Elmer Valo, Otto Velez, Ron Villone, Jose Vizcaino, Roxy Walters, Aaron Ward, Roy Weatherly, Dave Weathers, Butch Wensloff, Jake Westbrook, Mark Whiten, Ed Whitson, Bob Wickman, Bill Wight, Stan Williams, Walt Williams, Enrique Wilson, Dave Winfield, Mark Wohlers, Gene Woodling, Jaret Wright, George Yeager, Bill Zuber, Paul Zuvella.

    Really need to work on that "how to write a title question" skill. A LITTLE more detail really boosts interest.

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  • Kris
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    Kenny Lofton

    Ricky Ledee

    Rockey Colavito

    David Justice

    Johnny Allen

    Wes Ferrell

    Gaylord Perry

    Sam McDowell

    Luis Tiant

    Eric Plunk

    Stan Coveleski

    George Uhle

    Bob Wickman

    Earl Moore

    Chris Chambliss

    George Burns

    Joe Sewell

    Toby Harrah

    Dick Howser

    Lyn Lary

    Woodie Held

    Braggo Roth

    Bobby Bonds

    EDIT: Guess I'll stop searching manually, apparently Chip found a site that lists them all. I did it by using and cross-referencing.


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  • Brian
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    I'm sure Kenny Lofton has made 1 or 2 trips to the Yanks at some point in his career.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    the only player i can think of id Kenny Lofton. Now Garry sheffield?? i dont remember him playing with da Indians, he played with the BRAVES, MARLINS, YANKEES, & NOW TIGERS.

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  • 1 decade ago

    The only one that I can think of is Cris seems to me that Rocky Colavito also played for the Yankees as well...those are the only....oops....kenny Lofton is another..almost forgot him....those are the only ones that I can think of

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  • 1 decade ago

    Wow thats hard ummmm... Gerry Sheffield thats all I really know

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    the only player i can think of is david justice

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  • 1 decade ago

    Sorry - My baseball gang is out of town so my help isn't available !!!!

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  • 1 decade ago

    Gerry Sheffield is all i know

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  • 1 decade ago

    not me.

    do not know and cannot help on this one.

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