It's appropriate that Dickey shares the number with Berra, because he preceded him as the Yankees' great catcher, ending his career as Berra's player-manager in 1946. It's easy to underrate Dickey — like many of Jeter's best teammates — because he played on seven World Series winners with teammates such as Ruth, Gehrig and DiMaggio. He also was at a Yankees position where Berra, Thurman Munson (No. 15), Jorge Posada (No. 20) and Elston Howard (No. 32) all got their numbers retired as well. On this list, however, this is Dickey's rightful place.