Yogi Berra (Yankees: 2,116 games; Mets: 4)
John Olerud (Yankees: 49 games; Mets: 476)
Willie Randolph (Yankees: 1,694 games; Mets 90)
Robin Ventura (Yankees: 230 games; Mets: 444)
Tony Fernandez (Yankees: 108 games; Mets 48)
Darryl Strawberry (Yankees: 231 games; Mets: 1,109)
Rickey Henderson (Yankees: 596 games; Mets: 152)
Gary Sheffield (Yankees: 347 games; Mets: 100)
Doc Gooden (Yankees 67 games; Mets: 309)
Jesse Orosco (Yankees: 15 games; Mets: 372)
Armando Benitez (Yankees: 9 games; Mets: 333)
This is pretty cool and brings back memories both good and bad. For my money, the Yankees can keep the likes of Willie Randolph (despite his managerial success) and Armando Benitez. I'd also be willing to bet that before his three year contract with the Yankees is over, Carlos Beltran could suplant Gary Sheffield on this list.
What do you think? Did the Ledger miss anyone?