How does this sound for a Sunday afternoon in late June? Joe Torre, Bernie Williams and Lou Piniella return to Yankee Stadium for their debut in Old-Timers' Day.

For Piniella, who has been back to Yankee Stadium wearing the uniforms of the Seattle Mariners and Tampa Bay Rays, this will be his first time in pinstripes since 1988.

Williams will wear No. 51 again and presumably roam centerfield on June 26. You know something, Williams has yet to officially retire. Expect the ovation for Williams to be extremely loud once the ceremonies begin at 11:30 a.m.

The guess here is that Torre will also receive a huge ovation. It's his first trip to Old-Timers' Day as a guest rather than manager, and he has four World Series rings to show off. He also has that book, "The Yankee Years," to recover from.

Here's a look at the entire list of former players expected for Old-Timers' Day at Yankee Stadium on June 26:

Luis Arroyo
Jesse Barfield
Clay Bellinger*
Yogi Berra
Ron Blomberg
Brian Boehringer*
Dr. Bobby Brown
Homer Bush
Jose Cardenal*
Rick Cerone
Jerry Coleman
David Cone
Al Downing
Brian Doyle
Cecil Fielder
Whitey Ford
George Frazier*
Oscar Gamble
Joe Girardi
Dwight Gooden
Rich "Goose" Gossage
Ron Guidry
Charlie Hayes
Arlene Howard
Helen Hunter
Reggie Jackson
Pat Kelly
Don Larsen
Graeme Lloyd
Hector Lopez
Kevin Maas
Jill Martin
Lee Mazzilli
Ramiro Mendoza
Gene "Stick" Michael
Diana Munson
Kay Murcer
Jeff Nelson
Graig Nettles
Joe Pepitone
Lou Piniella*
Mickey Rivers
Charlie Silvera
Bill "Moose" Skowron
Aaron Small
Mike Stanley
Mel Stottlemyre
Darryl Strawberry
Joe Torre*
David Wells
Roy White
Bernie Williams*

(* denotes first appearance at Old-Timers' Day)

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