Yankee icon Yogi Berra, a longtime fixture at the club’s spring training, will not attend camp this year, the team confirmed.

The 87-year-old Berra’s travel is limited, Dave Kaplan, the director of the Yogi Berra Museum, told The Associated Press. Berra, who lives in New Jersey, still plans to attend some Yankee regular-season games, Kaplan told AP, and his health is pretty good.

“He’s fine” Kaplan said Monday. “Travel is tough so he won’t be there this year. He plans to be at the Stadium this season.”

Berra, a Hall of Famer and 10-time World Series champ, was always a sure bet to elicit grins from veteran Yankees or make young players gape as he walked through the clubhouse.

He and former Yankee star Ron Guidry, the club’s former pitching coach and another spring regular, are normally inseparable at camp. Together, they were such a part of the spring training ritual that author Harvey Araton wrote a book called “Driving Mr. Yogi” about their friendship, which bloomed when Guidry began looking after Berra during camp.

Berra fell at spring training in 2011 when the Yankees had an away game against the Phillies in Clearwater. His sneaker caught on a clubhouse carpet and he fell, prompting a trip by ambulance to the hospital. He was not injured, however, and released later that same day. In 2010, he missed Old-Timers’ Day after falling at his Montclair, N.J., home.

This year’s guest instructors at Yankee camp are Guidry, Billy Connors, Goose Gossage, Reggie Jackson, Lee Mazzilli, Stump Merrill and David Wells.

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