|1st||Whitey Ford||Yogi Berra||Lou Gehrig||Robinson Cano||Alex Rodriguez||Derek Jeter||Charlie Keller||Mickey Mantle||Babe Ruth|
|2nd||Red Ruffing||Bill Dickey||Don Mattingly||Joe Gordon||Graig Nettles||Phil Rizzuto||Roy White||Joe DiMaggio||Tommy Henrich|
|3rd||Ron Guidry||Thurman Munson||Bill Skowron||Willie Randolph||Home Run Baker||Roger Peckinpaugh||Brett Gardner||Earle Combs||Roger Maris|
|4th||Lefty Gomez||Jorge Posada||Jason Giambi||Tony Lazzeri||Wade Boggs||Kid Elberfeld||Hideki Matsui||Bernie Williams||Hank Bauer|
|5th||Bob Shawkey||Elston Howard||Wally Pipp||Gil McDougald||Red Rolfe||Bucky Dent||Gene Woodling||Rickey Henderson||Dave Winfield|
|6th||Mike Mussina||Mike Stanley||Mark Teixeira||Snuffy Stirnweiss||Clete Boyer||Tony Kubek||Bob Meusel||Bobby Murcer||Reggie Jackson|
The pitchers I could probably change around depending on what mood I'm in, but I'm fairly confident in my rankings for the other positions. Some of you might be surprised not to see Andy Pettitte here, given how many years he spent with the Yankees, but I felt he didn't have enough peak value.
The toughest choice was at second base. I originally had Joe Gordon on the 1st Team, but I went with Cano after considering his peak value and longevity. Gordon unfortunately lost two prime years to the war which might have given him the edge. It is a bit hard to believe at first that three quarters of the 2009 Yankees' infield consisted of their best ever players at the position, but it's quite believable after looking at the data.
I was a bit surprised at how weak left field was. If I could count players at multiple positions, Babe Ruth would probably be their best left fielder, but he played more games in right field, so that's where I put him.
The 6th Team here isn't too shabby. Whenever I finish this project, I might try to see which franchise has the best 6th Team. The Yankees seem like they'd be the obvious choice, but perhaps we'll be surprised.