5. Willie Randolph (1976-1988)
Willie Randolph was a long tenured Yankee, spending 13 years in pinstripes. He was a major piece of the 1977 and 1978 championships when he was only 22 and 23 years old.
He swiped 104 bases combined between those two seasons and 251 for his Yankee career, ranking third in franchise history. Randolph also possessed a stellar .374 on-base percentage, walking 1,005 times throughout his 13 seasons.
The speedster is frequently seen at the annual Old-Timer’s day at Yankee Stadium and gets a nice ovation for his contributions.