Shown here are #238 Cal Hogue, #242 Charlie Silvera, #246 Roy Face and #247 Mike Sandlock. In David Halberstam's October 1964, he mentions that Silvera (Yogi Berra's backup), was something of a legend among Yankees because he went to six World Series with them, played in only one game, but since he was on the roster, cashed checks for all six. He was also a teammate of Jerry Coleman's in high school, and they came up through the Yankee farm system together. Sandlock is the oldest living former major leaguer, and was Warren Spahn's roommate when they were rookies with the 1942 Boston Braves. He turned 99 last October.