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A baseball-related Who QAed This Shit? It’s as American as an apple-and-hotdog pie*!

* Bleah! Kids, don’t try this at home.

Allow me to start by filling in the background for those of you who can’t recall the last time you watched a televised baseball game. 367 more words

Baseball

Lack Of Homework By Ken Singleton

I will just state the facts or the lack thereof presented by Yes Network commentator Ken Singleton in the top of the first inning of last night’s New York Yankees vs Boston Red Sox game. 159 more words

It Is Not The Yankees, But The Media

I criticize their back and forth media and fans, too critical of the team when they lose and far too cocky when they win.

The over confidence was epitomized by The (Yankees) Yes Network’s Michael Kay, who in 1988 as a beat writer guaranteed a division title for the Yankees but was wrong. 101 more words

Ken Singleton Talks About The Reasons For The Yankees Early Season Struggles

Ken Singleton is a former Orioles player who is now a broadcaster for the Yankees on the Yes Network.

Ken joined Ed and Steve to talk about the Orioles vs Yankees series which started last night with a 4-1 Orioles win. 121 more words

Sports

Another Step Closer

By Brad Hubbard | @bradhubbard

Sling TV continues to slash and burn it’s way through the jungle of sports rights. Last week it announced that you can now get a… 249 more words

Sideline Signals

Key contributions from keystone duo

It may be a very long time before the Yankees see a keystone combination with the combined offensive productivity of Derek Jeter and Robinson Cano of the not so long ago. 439 more words

Yes, that was ice on the Yankee Stadium field this moring

Here we go … #YANKSonYEShttps://t.co/LND010523O

— YES Network (@YESNetwork) April 5, 2016

Wait! There’s more…

.@m_marakovits is back with the first @Yankees Clubhouse Report of the season.

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