John Sterling's time as the voice of the New York Yankees, a memorable 36-year run to conclude a 64-year career, officially ended Saturday at Yankee Stadium.

Sterling took the field for a pregame ceremony with his family to a roll call that spread from the right-field bleachers to the rest of the ballpark. He received video messages from former Yankees greats Derek Jeter, Bernie Williams, and Paul O'Neill. He was presented with gifts, including an 83-inch television and a Yankees home jersey with the number 5631 -- the total number of Yankees games he called on the radio.