You would have to stretch to find good things in Yankee history on November 24.
On November 24, 1948, Dodger catcher Steve Yeager was born. One of my rules of thumb: Anything that is good for the Dodgers is bad for the Yanks (except when they swept the Red Sox in Interleague play last year).
I'm really stretching here, but Ken Boyer, brother of beloved Yankee third baseman Clete Boyer, won the NL MVP today in 1964.
Cal Ripken won the 1982 Rookie of the Year on 11/24. His streak was at 118 games.
And the best thing I can say about the following high (make that "low") light is that it didn't turn out quite as bad in the long run as when it began. In a deal ranking with the Ken Phelps/Jay Buhner trade, on November 24, 1986, the Yankees sent Doug Drabek to the Pirates for Rick Rhoden, Cecilio Guante, and Pat Clements. Drabek had a real good run, winning at least 15 games four times in five years beginning with 1988. And in 1990 he hit the motherlode as he garnered the NL CY Young with an eye-popping 22-6 record! The best that can be said is that he then slowly deteriorated into a mediocre starter, posting an unchracteristic 12-6 in '94 on his way to a career record only 21 games over .500 (155-134).
Rhoden, on the other hand, is probably best known as the last Yankee pitcher to pinch hit. I believe he got an rbi and a sac fly. Guante relieved fairly effectively, but we were burned big-time.