Yankees: Pinstripe-focused TV, movies and more to get your baseball fix

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BRONX, NY – 1961: ( l to r) Outfielders Roger Maris and Mickey Mantle of the New York Yankees pose for a portrait prior to a game at Yankee Stadium in New York in 1961. (Olen Collection/Diamond Images/Getty Images)
BRONX, NY – 1961: ( l to r) Outfielders Roger Maris and Mickey Mantle of the New York Yankees pose for a portrait prior to a game at Yankee Stadium in New York in 1961. (Olen Collection/Diamond Images/Getty Images) /

Need to get your baseball fix? Find our list of Yankees-centric movies, TV, and more to keep the national pastime around.

Instead of enjoying the spring and preparing for the dog days of summer heat, many New York Yankees fans are dealing with being stuck inside nearly a month into what would have been the 2020 Major League Baseball season.

Well into America’s quarantine, our Netflix watch lists are quickly dwindling and the itch for baseball is ever-growing. Thankfully, the Bronx Bombers have been at the center of numerous movies, television shows, and more.

Back in the 1990s, the franchise played a key role in Seinfeld and many Yankees legends like Babe Ruth and Mickey Mantle are subjects of biopics.

Throw in a number of fantastic books about Yankees greats from Lou Gehrig to Derek Jeter, there’s plenty of catching up to do for fans that need the pinstripes back in their lives.

For the gamers out there, baseball video game options are limited but they are certainly strong this year with options for both casual and die-hard baseball fans.

From those who spent their youth rooting for the likes of Roger Maris to Reggie Jackson in the late 70s to the Dynasty teams of the 1990s, there is plenty of content to look back at the glory years of the Yankees.

Here’s a look at some of the most popular Yankees-related entertainment to keep all Bronx Bombers fans occupied, at least for a little while.

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