Fangraphs | Paul Swyden: Yogi Berra was one of the most remarkably consistent baseball players of all time, and here are the statistics to prove it.
New York Times | Bruce Weber: Another terrific piece honoring the great Yogi.
Hardball Talk | Craig Calcaterra: Looking back on Yogi's stories of seeing combat in World War II, as well as the unlikely beginning to Yogi Berra's story. This is a wonderful article about how, while Yogi Berra might be remembered for his sayings and his rings, there is so much more to the man that should be celebrated.
SB Nation | Grant Brisbee: Remembering the joy that Yogi Berra brought to the game and made him almost universally loved.
Sports Illustrated | Alex Belth: A long look at Yogi's entire life, showing how complex - and unique - this legendary Yankee was.
The New Yorker | Roger Angell: Taking us back to what it was like to actually watch Yogi Berra run the show from behind the plate at Yankee Stadium.
ESPN New York | Wallace Matthews: Hal Steinbrenner admits that it hurt his father for Yogi not to be around the Yankees for years after he fired him. "The Boss" definitely made a mistake in the way he handled that one.