At Dodgers' Old Timers' Game, the current MLBers were as excited as the fans
It was time for the Old Timers' Game, and some all-time Dodger greats took the field to put on a fun show for the fans.
Sandy Koufax and Don Sutton were there:
Rickey Henderson and Goose Gossage helped represent the visiting Yankees:
The entire Dodgers lineup was looking good in the old unis:
The Braves were the Major League club taking on the real Dodgers that night, but Craig Kimbrel made sure to get Koufax's autograph (while wearing a pretty great t-shirt):
Dodgers manager (and former Yankee) Don Mattingly and Steve Garvey talked about the old days. Mattingly also reminisced with former teammate Graig Nettles:
And Manny Mota met the newest Hollywood Star, Yasiel Puig:
Honorary managers Tommy Lasorda and Billy Crystal exchanged lineup cards:
Fernando Valenzuela caught the game's first pitch, a Rickey Henderson line drive:
Lasorda did take issue with some of umpire Larry King's calls, to the amusement of Vin Scully:
For more photos from the Old Timers' Game, click here.
-- Dakota Gardner / MLB.com
(Photos via Alex Horwitch / MLB.com Real-Time Correspondent)