The New York Yankees certainly have their share of plaques in the MLB Hall of Fame and, with the likes of Derek Jeter and Mariano Rivera as shoo-in first ballot inductees they will have more to come. However, there is one glaring omission from the ranks of Hall of Fame Yankees - Donald Arthur Mattingly.The "Donnie Baseball" played 14 seasons for the Bronx Bombers, beginning in 1982 and concluding in 1995 after back issues prevented him from going any further. During that time he wowed Yankee Stadium crowds with both his bat and his glove. His style of play on the field and his quiet class off the field forever endeared him to New York Yankee fans, and resulted in his number being retired in 1997. Read about it in this 1997 article HERE, from a young Jack Curry.Since his retirement there...

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