Roy broke with New York in 1965 and played in some of the worst Yankee teams ever. Nevertheless, he was a steady player who played lots of games, good glove in left field and decent hitting: .271 batting average, a very good .360 on-base-pct, and 1,803 hits in 1,881 games!
Between 1969 and 1973, he walked 439 times making him a perfect # 2 hitter ahead of Thurman Munson, Bobby Murcer and later Lou Piniella.
Roy got to play with the Yankees in the 1976-78 World Series. He retired after the 1979 season.
I remember Roy White as a really good guy.