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Like many of the major league baseball teams in the early days of baseball, the team manager often served as general manager in addition to his managerial duties. The New York Yankees were no exception. The team's first business manager was Harry Sparrow, while the team's official General Manager was Ed Barrow. Among those to have served as GM were Larry and Lee MacPhail, George Weiss, Gabe Paul, as well as former managers Ralph Houk, Gene Michael and Lou Piniella. Even owner Dan Topping's son Dan Jr. served a brief stint as team GM.

Yankees General Managers
Name Years
Clark Griffith 1903 to 1908
Kid Elberfeld 1908
George Stallings 1908 to 1910
Hal Chase 1910 to 1911
Harry Wolverton 1911 to 1912
Frank Chance 1913 to 1914
Roger Peckinpaugh 1914
Harry Sparrow 1915 to 1920
Miller Huggins 1920
Ed Barrow 1920 to 1945
Larry MacPhail 1945 to 1947
George Weiss 1947 to 1960
Roy Hamey 1960 to 1963
Ralph Houk 1963 to 1966
Dan Topping, Jr. 1966
Lee MacPhail 1966 to 1973
Gabe Paul 1973 to 1977
Cedric Tallis 1977 to 1979
Gene Michael 1979 to 1980
Cedric Tallis and Bill Bergesch 1980 to 1983
Murray Cook 1983 to 1984
Bill Bergesch and Clyde King 1984
Clyde King 1984 to 1986
Woody Woodward 1986 to 1987
Lou Piniella 1987 to 1988
Bob Quinn 1988 to 1989
Syd Thrift 1989
Bob Quinn 1989
Harding Peterson and George Bradley 1989 to 1990
Gene Michael 1990 to 1995
Bob Watson 1995 to 1998
Brian Cashman 1998 to Present

[edit] Source:

  • Mark Gallagher: The Yankee Encyclopedia Sports Publishing LLC, 1996.
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