Former Yankees players returned to Yankee Stadium on Sunday for the 72nd annual Old Timers' Day, which featured a three-inning game.
Nick Swisher, Andy Pettitte, Jason Giambi, and Aaron Boone participated in the festivities for the first time.
Swisher hit a three-run home run and a two-run double, while Johnny Damon hit two RBI singles. Willie Randolph added a two-run single.
Swisher's home run reached the second deck in right field.
Paul O'Neill popped one up to right field, which fell in for a base hit.
Boone did not participate in the game due to his responsibilities as manager but was glad to be a part of the event.
"I'm a huge fan of the game, and for me it's cool to see some of the guys I grew up watching, admiring," Boone said. "Then getting to see generations of players too that I had the chance to play with or against. So for me, it's like being like a little kid out there."
98-year-old Don Larsen, who threw a perfect game in the 1956 World Series, and 89-year-old Whitey Ford, also attended. Both of them received standing ovations from the crowd at Yankee Stadium.