More than two dozen former Major League Baseball stars are getting together to re-live the glory days sandlot-style.

The annual Hall of Fame Classic returns on Saturday, May 27, at Doubleday Field in Cooperstown featuring a representative of every MLB team. Managing the rosters are non-other than six Baseball Hall of Famers (see below).

Tickets are $20 for grandstand seats, $15 for the baseline and $13 in the outfield and are available here or by calling (407) 564-8059.

Here is the complete roster, along with the team they are representing:

San Francisco Giants - Jeremy Affeldt

Affeldt played seven of his 14 MLB season with the Giants, including the 2009 season where he posted a 1.73 ERA over 74 relief appearances.

Colorado Rockies v San Francisco Giants
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Florida Marlins - Jorge Cantu

Cantu spent much of his career as a third baseman, three of which came with the Fish. His best years in Florida came in 2008 and 2009, when Cantu slugged a total of 45 HRs to go along with an impressive 195 RBI.

Florida Marlins v Arizona Diamondbacks
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Milwaukee Brewers - Jeff Cirillo

One of the few members of the Brew Crew who can say he played for the team as both when it was both an AL and NL club. He spent 8 of his 14-years with Milwaukee and was a two-time All Star.

Milwaukee Brewers v Pittsburgh Pirates
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Cleveland Guardians - Rajai Davis

A 14-year-pro, Davis hit an unforgettable game-tying Game 7 Home Run in the Cleveland-Chicago World Series in 2016.

Cleveland Indians v Kansas City Royals
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Minnesota Twins - Brian Dozier

Dozier played seven seasons with Twins, while earning an All Star nomination and gold glove for his solid defense up the middle.

Minnesota Twins v Toronto Blue Jays
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Colorado Rockies - Brian Fuentes

Fuentes was a four-time MLB All Star over his twelve seasons, with three of those AS appearances coming with the Rockies.

Philadelphia Phillies v Colorado Rockies
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San Diego Padres - Greg Garcia

Garcia spent seven seasons in the MLB, playing his final two in San Diego where he posted career bests in RBI and batting average.

Colorado Rockies v San Diego Padres
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Atlanta Braves - Cory Gearrin

Gearrin played his first three big league campaigns in Atlanta.

Toronto Blue Jays v Atlanta Braves
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Jeremy Gutherie - Kansas City Royals

Guthrie played 13-MLB seasons and posted a combined 28 wins in 2013 and 2014 with the Royals.

Detroit Tigers v Kansas City Royals
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Texas Rangers - Bryan Holaday

His decade in 'Bigs' saw Holaday play for six MLB clubs, including the Texas Rangers.

Chicago White Sox v Texas Rangers
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Garrett Jones - Pittsburgh Pirates

Over his five seasons in Pittsburgh, Jones posted 21 or more homers three times including his career best of 27 in 2012.

St. Louis Cardinals v Pittsburgh Pirates
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Boston Red Sox - Ryan Lavarnway

A ten-year MLB catcher and first baseman, Lavarnway played for seasons at Fenway.

Cleveland Indians v Chicago Cubs
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Los Angeles Dodgers - James Loney

Loney's run with the Dodgers came between 2006 and 2012, including a three-year span that saw Loney post 268 RBI from 2008-2010.

Los Angeles Dodgers v Arizona Diamondbacks
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Oakland Athletics - Terrance Long

A Rookie of the Year runner-up in 2000, Long spent have of his 8-MLB season in Oakland.

Long celebrates home run with teamates
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Washington Nationals - Gerardo Parra

A 12-season Major Leagues, Parra was twice a Gold Glove winner.

Washington Nationals v Atlanta Braves
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Baltimore Orioles - Chris Ray

This MLB reliever posted a sub-3.00 ERA for two of his six seasons.

Boston Red Sox v Baltimore Orioles
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Houston Astros - Josh Reddick

Reddick won a Gold Glove with Oakland in 2012 and a World Series with Houston in 2017.

Championship Series - Boston Red Sox v Houston Astros - Game One
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Cincinnati Reds - Pokey Reese

Reese won a pair of Gold Gloves at second base for the Reds, and posted a .285 batting average while with the Reds in 1999.

Pokey Reese #3
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Philadelphia Phillies - J.C. Romero

Romero was primarily a reliever over his 14-MLB seasons, including an impressive run with the Phillies in 2008 helping the team to a World Series.

Florida Marlins v Philadelphia Phillies
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Seattle Mariners - Ryan Rowland-Smith

An arm than threw Big-League-stuff, starting nearly 50 games during his time in the majors.

Seattle Mariners v New York Yankees
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New York Mets - Glendon Rusch

Rusch pitched 12 years in the majors and posted a career best 11 wins with the Mets during the team's World Series run in 2000.

Glendon Rush #48
Glendon Rusch - Getty Images

New York Yankees - Brendan Ryan

Ten-seasons in the majors as a solid infield glove. Plus, who could forget the handlebar mustache he donned in pinstripes?

Washington Nationals v New York Yankees
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Toronto Blue Jays - Travis Snyder

Snyder clubbed a career-best 14 Home Runs while with the Blue Jays in 2010

Detroit Tigers v Toronto Blue Jays
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St. Louis Cardinals - Ed Spiezio

You'll need to go way back for this one. Ed Spiezio won World Series titles with the Cardinals in 1964 and 1967. He also the father of Scott Spiezio.

New York Mets v St. Louis Cardinals
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Los Angeles Angels - Scott Spiezio

Reliable in the field or at the plate, Spiezo's MLB career lasted a dozen seasons.

Arizona Diamond Backs vs St. Louis Cardinals - May 13, 2006
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Chicago White Sox - Matt Thornton

A MLB reliever who played 14-years in the majors, including eight seasons with the White Sox.

Chicago White Sox v Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
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Detroit Tigers - Alex Wilson

A reliever with nasty stuff had his best seasons with the Tigers in 2015 and 2016.

Detroit Tigers v Chicago White Sox
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Arizona Diamondbacks - Chris Young

More than half of his 13-MLB season came in Arizona, including four campaigns with 20 or more HR.

Los Angeles Dodgers v Arizona Diamondbacks
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This year's managers are all Hall of Fame inductees in Cooperstown. They are: Bert Blyleven, Rollie Fingers, Fergie Jenkins, Jim Kaat, Jack Morris, and Lee Smith.

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