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NO to YES Again Today

By Paul Semendinger

June 5, 2022


Yankees fans without streaming services, or Smart TV's, or who didn't want to watch the game on a computer were shutout of Friday night's Yankees game because the Yankees were on a streaming service.

Today, it's the same thing.

Is it the same streaming service? NO.

The Yes Network has ads right now congratulating themselves for 20 years of bringing Yankees coverage to the fans. It's kind of ironic because this year, the YES Network is giving the fans less Yankees coverage. As the Yankees enjoy a magical run, the fans get to see fewer and fewer games.

Unless one subscribes to a different streaming service than Friday's for today's game, the game will not be available. It's also not on "delay" with a replay coming later. (SEE HERE.)

So, once again, loyal Yankees fans will be shutout from watching their favorite team.

Thanks Yankees - for nothing.




Maybe Hal needs a new Yacht?




Philip Cashier
Philip Cashier

How else can they afford Kiner-Falefa's contract?

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