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  • GiambiJuice
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    14 players played in New York for all three franchises.

    Johnny Allen
    Jack Doyle
    Lonny Frey
    Burleigh Grimes
    Waite Hoyt
    Willie Keeler
    Ernie Krueger
    Tony Lazzeri
    Sal Maglie
    Fred Merkle
    Bobo Newsom
    Lefty O'Doul
    Rosy Ryan
    Zack Taylor

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  • Brownie31
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    Originally posted by Brooklyn
    The only two players that played for the Giants, Mets, Yankees and Dodgers are Darryl Strawberry and Jose Viscaino, but both obivously did it years after the Dodgers / Giants moved. no one did it all in NY. In fact, I can't find anyone that played for three of the four while in NY, other then the already mentioned Dodgers / Giants / Yankees combo.
    Brooklyn: Yes, I was referring to Brooklyn Dodgers and the New York Giants, not the ersatz west coast pretenders. Thanks for the info anyway! Brownie31

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  • Brooklyn
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    Originally posted by Brownie31
    RuthMayBond: Do you know of anyone, other than Casey Stengel, who was with all four New York area teams? Brownie31
    The only two players that played for the Giants, Mets, Yankees and Dodgers are Darryl Strawberry and Jose Viscaino, but both obivously did it years after the Dodgers / Giants moved. no one did it all in NY. In fact, I can't find anyone that played for three of the four while in NY, other then the already mentioned Dodgers / Giants / Yankees combo.

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  • Brownie31
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    Originally posted by RuthMayBond
    I have no clue, sorry
    Thanks anyway! Brownie31

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  • RuthMayBond
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    Originally posted by Brownie31
    RuthMayBond: Do you know of anyone, other than Casey Stengel, who was with all four New York area teams? Brownie31
    I have no clue, sorry

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  • Brownie31
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    Originally posted by bkmckenna
    ny - nl 1876
    ny - aa 1883-87
    ny - nl 1883-1957
    ny - pl 1890
    ny - al 1903-p
    ny - nl 1962-p
    bkn - nl 1877
    bkn - aa 1884-89
    bkn - pl 1890
    bkn - aa 1890
    bkn - nl 1890-1957
    bkn - fl 1914-15
    buf - nl 1879-85
    buf - pl 1890
    buf - fl 1914-15
    roch - aa 1890
    syr - nl 1879
    syr - aa 1890
    troy - nl 1879-82
    wor - nl 1880-82

    original ny teams?
    bkmckenna: My bad. I am referring to the New York Giants, Brooklyn Dodgers and New York Yankees of the 20th Century. Brownie31

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  • Brian McKenna
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    ny - nl 1876
    ny - aa 1883-87
    ny - nl 1883-1957
    ny - pl 1890
    ny - al 1903-p
    ny - nl 1962-p
    bkn - nl 1877
    bkn - aa 1884-89
    bkn - pl 1890
    bkn - aa 1890
    bkn - nl 1890-1957
    bkn - fl 1914-15
    buf - nl 1879-85
    buf - pl 1890
    buf - fl 1914-15
    roch - aa 1890
    syr - nl 1879
    syr - aa 1890
    troy - nl 1879-82
    wor - nl 1880-82

    original ny teams?

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  • Brownie31
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    Originally posted by RuthMayBond
    RuthMayBond: Do you know of anyone, other than Casey Stengel, who was with all four New York area teams? Brownie31

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  • Brownie31
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    Originally posted by RuthMayBond
    RuthMayBond: Exactly! Thanks much! Brownie31

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  • RuthMayBond
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    Is this what you wanted?

    http://www.baseball-reference.com/fr...t=Find+Players

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  • Brownie31
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    Originally posted by Brownie31
    Perhaps this has been discussed before, if so please forgive me, but does anyone know all of the persons who served with all three original NY area teams? I know the following did: Casey Stengel, Leo Durocher, Lefty O'Doul, Waite Hoyt and Sal Maglie. Are there any others? Also: Casey Stengel was associated with all four NY area teams-again are there any others? Thanks! Brownie31
    Along with Charley Dressen and Burleigh Grimes, we can also add Tony Lazzeri who in 1939 played 14 games with the Brooklyn Dodgers and 13 games with the New York Giants along with his long and distiguished Yankee career. Brownie31

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  • Brownie31
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    Originally posted by Aqua
    Burleigh Grimes pitched for the then-Brooklyn Robins from 1918-1926, for the NY Giants in 1927, and (briefly) for the Yankees in 1934.
    Aqua: Thanks! Brownie31

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  • Brownie31
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    Originally posted by wamby
    Leo's rival Charlie Dressen was associated with all three.
    wamby: Thanks! Brownie31

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  • Aqua
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    Burleigh Grimes pitched for the then-Brooklyn Robins from 1918-1926, for the NY Giants in 1927, and (briefly) for the Yankees in 1934.

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    Leo's rival Charlie Dressen was associated with all three.

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