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With the first game being thisclose, I thought it might be fun to look back and see who has played the most Opening Day (first game of the season, not first home game)¬†games per position — Relief pitchers need not apply. The available information only goes back until 1952, unfortunately. Next to each name below is the exact number of opening day games started for the Yankees.

Starting Pitcher: Whitey Ford/Ron Guidry/Mel Stottlemyre (7)

Catcher: Jorge Posada (10)

First Base: Don Mattingly (10)

Second Base: Willie Randolph (10)

Shortstop: Derek Jeter (13)

Third Base: Graig Nettles (11)

Left Field: Roy White (9)

Center Field: Mickey Mantle (13)

Right Field: Paul O’Neill/Hank Bauer (7)

Designated Hitter: Don Baylor/Ruben Sierra (3)

You can view each lineup since 1952 here.

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