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yogi berra
Yogi Berra hits a three-run home run against the Pittsburgh Pirates at Forbes Field in Game 7 of the 1960 World Series. Photo credit: Neil Leifer / Sports Illustrated.

Yogi Berra, the iconic Yankee and Hall of Fame catcher, died on Tuesday of natural causes. Berra was 90.

Berra was an 18 time All Star and a 3 time American League MVP. He played on 14 pennant teams, winning 10 World Series, both MLB records. As a player, coach or manager, Berra was in 21 World Series, winning 13 of them.

RIP Yogi

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