These temporary name plates were displayed atop lockers in New York Yankees clubhouses for recent special event games. Includes:
June 20, 2004 Fatherís Day Game at Dodger Stadium in the heat of the Interleague schedule, the Bronx Bombers went up against their former cross-borough rivals who had long-since been transplanted to the West Coast. Displayed atop individual lockers that day, these (11) 14x2 thick plastic plates bears the names and numbers of Yankee principals, as well as team and MLB silhouette logos and blue ribbon designs promoting prostate cancer awareness. Includes: Giambi, Jeter, Matsui, Mattingly (coach), Mussina, Posada, Rivera, Rodriguez, Sheffield, Torre (manager) and B. Williams.
Yankee Stadium Old-Timers Day displayed atop lockers during a 1998 reunion event in the Bronx, these (14) 12x2 thick plastic plates showcase player names in block-style characters with a Yankee logo and pinstripe pattern on each. Includes: Arroyo, Bahnsen, Blair, Bouton, Cerv, DeMaestri, Downing, Gamble, Hale, Johnstone, Lopez, Maddox, Slaughter and Stottlemyre. Of note is that Jim Bouton was invited back to Yankee Stadium for this event for the first time since writing his controversial Ball Four tell-all account.