Yogi Berra Museum prepares memorial

Yogi Berra, the former Yankees catcher who played in more World Series than anyone else in history, has died.

Yogi Berra, the former Yankees catcher who played in more World Series than anyone else in history, has died. (9/23/15)

MONTCLAIR, NEW JERSEY - Yogi Berra, the former Yankees catcher who played in more World Series than anyone else in history, has died. He was 90.

Berra had played for 18 seasons and appeared in 14 World Series.

The former Bronx bomber was a longtime New Jersey resident, and a museum was constructed in his honor in Montclair, New Jersey.

Fans placed flowers at a statue of him outside the museum as its CEO expressed condolences and announced future plans for memorials.

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