The New York Yankees are synonymous with home runs. With more than 14,000 round-trippers to its credit, New York has out-homered the next most prolific franchise by more than 1,000--despite the Yankees' having been in existence for 20 fewer years. This book organizes information on the many New York home runs into detail- and summary-oriented tables. Part I covers various situational categories (e.g., grand-slam, leadoff, walk-off), special dates (Opening Day, Memorial Day, players' birthdays), and significant player and team records (Gehrig's 23 career grand-slams, five or more Yankees homers in a game). Parts II and III provide career summaries (number of seasons with 20-plus homers, by position in the batting order) and franchise totals (home runs by ballpark and opponent); and Part IV covers season-by-season totals and yearly leaders. Also included are appendices for inside-the-park and bounce home runs and home runs allowed by the Yankees.