Last night the Yankees kept their winning ways going up in The Bronx behind a couple of Bombers who are practically old timers at this point—Andy Pettite and Jorge Posada. The 37-year-old pitcher climbed to third on the team's all-time wins list with 189 (tied with Lefty Gomez) and his 38-year-old battery mate blasted a three-run homer in the first to provide Pettite with all the help he'd need to get the victory.

But fans got an additional treat when a trio of sixty-somethings were shown on the Jumbotron during the Seventh Inning Stretch. Jack Nicholson, Paul McCartney and Lorne Michaels made their way up River Avenue to watch Pettite make history and possibly brainstorm ideas to produce a Bucket List 2.