The TYA staff on the Yankees' television and radio broadcast teams

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A few weeks ago we were approached by the excellent Mike Sielski of The Wall Street Journal for our general opinions on various aspects of the television and radio broadcast teams presently covering the Yankees. Unfortunately, due to...

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Help say "See ya!" to Michael Kay

Hey Yankee fans,

For those of you who may have missed it — and let’s face it, most of you probably did, given another gorgeous, if slightly muggy, weekend in the City —...

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If we get enough support, perhaps we can get Bob Lorenz to replace Michael Kay in the booth

Have you ever met a Yankee fan who likes Michael Kay? Me neither, which is why after Bob Lorenz’s sterling performance in the booth, it seemed appropriate to start a grassroots...

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A glimmer of hope on yet another gloomy winter morning

Think I’m all set on snow; thanks for checking though.

In far, far better news, Chad Jennings has the Yankees’ first lineup of 2010! Game’s at 1:05pm on YES; if you’re lucky...

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Will we ever see a true sabermetrician in the play-by-play booth?

I know this particular bit of news is a few days old, but since I hadn’t gotten a chance to comment on it and it’s an otherwise slow Friday baseball morning in...

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Game 151: Recap

So last night I liveblogged an entire Yankee game for the first time since last May. Good times ensued, and several players even stopped by, including last night’s starter, Andy Pettitte. How Pettitte was able to toss a quality start while simultaneously commenting on a random Yankee website is beyond me, but still very...

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Memo To Michael Kay: Please Stop Talking

Wednesday night’s game had that special feel that is typically reserved for playoff games, no-hit bids, and four hour affairs against Boston. Derek Jeter had notched two hits in his first 3 at bats, and came to the plate in the 7th inning with an opportunity to tie Lou Gehrig. He singled to right and...

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