Yogi Ber­ra by the num­bers

Yan­kees great Yogi Ber­ra, who died Tues­day at age 90, is large­ly known for his humorous "Yogi-isms,'' but that of­ten over­shad­ows what a great play­er he was. A look at the Hall of Fame catch­er's ca­reer, by the num­bers:

10 World Series cham­pion­ships, a­mong 14 ap­pear­an­ces, as a play­er

2 World Series ap­pear­an­ces as man­ag­er (1964 Yan­kees, '73 Mets)

21 World Series ap­pear­an­ces as a play­er, man­ag­er or coach

71 World Series hits, a re­cord

75 World Series games played, a re­cord

3 AL MVP awards, in 1951, '54 and '55

15 Con­sec­u­tive All-Star Game ap­pear­an­ces

.285 Ca­reer bat­ting av­er­age

358 Ca­reer home runs

1,430 Ca­reer RBI

414 Ca­reer strikeouts, in 8,359 plate ap­pear­an­ces. That's 4.95 percent. By com­par­i­son, Bryce Har­per, one of the best ac­tive play­ers, has struck out 439 times in 2,100 plate ap­pear­an­ces.

12 Strikeouts in 1950, when he hit .322 with 28 hom­ers and 124 RBI — and didn't win the AL MVP, which went to team­mate Phil Riz­zu­to

117 Times he caught both games of a dou­ble­head­er

.989 Ca­reer fielding per­cent­age as a catch­er

$65,000 His sal­a­ry in 1957, his high­est as a player