Yankees announce Old Timer’s Day lineup

Old Timer’s Day is a great Yankees tradition and it’s going down this Sunday starting at 11:15 AM with the Yankees game against the White Sox starting at 2:05 PM after.

It’s the usual cast of characters with the exceptions of Jorge Posada (1st year being retired), Mike Mussina (attended once in 2009), and Roger Clemens (has not been invited back to Yankee Stadium since retirement). The new faces attending are Sterling Hitchcock, Stump Merrill, Gene Monahan, Matt Nokes, and Tanyon Sturtze.

I can’t believe Sturtze has never been invited before. It’s about time. He should get his Monument Park plaque any day now.

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Luis Arroyo
Jesse Barfield
Yogi Berra
Ron Blomberg
Dr. Bobby Brown
Homer Bush
Jerry Coleman
David Cone
Bucky Dent
Al Downing
Brian Doyle
Cecil Fielder
Whitey Ford
Oscar Gamble
Jake Gibbs
Joe Girardi
Rich “Goose” Gossage
Ron Guidry
Charlie Hayes
Rickey Henderson
Sterling Hitchcock*
Arlene Howard
Helen Hunter
Reggie Jackson
Tommy John
Pat Kelly
Don Larsen
Graeme Lloyd
Hector Lopez
Jill Martin
Tino Martinez
Lee Mazzilli
Stump Merrill*
Gene Monahan*
Diana Munson
Kay Murcer
Matt Nokes*
Paul O’Neill
Joe Pepitone
Lou Piniella
Willie Randolph
Bobby Richardson
Mickey Rivers
Aaron Small
Mel Stottlemyre
Darryl Strawberry
Tanyon Sturtze*
Ralph Terry
Joe Torre
Bob Turley
Roy White
Bernie Williams

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2 Responses to Yankees announce Old Timer’s Day lineup

  1. Matt_DC says:

    Hitchcock was a gamer, and was one of the starters called up with the 1995 injuries, along with Andy Pettitte and Mariano. He won a NLCS MVP and out-pitched David Cone in the '98 Series only to have Trevor Hoffman give up the homer to Brosius. He came back to the Yanks to win a game in the World Series against the D-Backs. Wish I was there to cheer him coming back to the Bronx.

  2. Beb0-Bob says:

    Reggie Jackson always brought me to the edge of my seat when he came to bat. He is truley an icon to the Yankee Nation. Mr. October # 44 will always be welcomed to the Stadium, wish I could be there.