Here Come the Yankees is the official fight song of the New York Yankees baseball team.

It has been the official team anthem since 1967, when it was composed by Bob Bundin and Lou Stallman.[1] Bundin and Stallman were associated at the time with Columbia Records, whose then-owner, the media conglomerate CBS, was also the parent company of the Yankees. It was recorded by the Sid Bass Orchestra and Mitch Miller's Sing Along with Mitch Chorus.[2] The instrumental version airs at the top of all Yankees radio broadcasts and was also used on Yankee telecasts until 1990 and when WCBS2 had the yankees in 2002 and 2003 seasons during the end broadcast.


  1. ^ Frommer, Harvey (October 24, 2017). The Ultimate Yankee Book: From the Beginning to Today: Trivia, Facts and Stats, Oral History, Marker Moments and Legendary Personalities—A History and Reference Book About Baseball's Greatest Franchise. Page Street Publishing. p. 193. ISBN 9781624144332. Retrieved June 26, 2022.
  2. ^ Appel, Marty (2012). Pinstripe Empire: The New York Yankees from Before the Babe to After the Boss. New York City, New York, US: Bloomsbury. p. 367. ISBN 978-1-60819-492-6.