I have no idea if this blog will reach Michael Kay. I would just like to thank Michael Kay and Ken Singleton for an
awesome broadcast last night. I realy appreciate the fact that you guys did not talk every second on air. You gave several silent pauses for us ( the ... more
He almost cried on the drive from lower Manhattan to Yankee Stadium. He retreated to the clubhouse between innings to dab at his moist eyes. He stood at shortstop and breathed in and out and peered at his cleats, more evidence that tears were a millisecond from dripping on ... more
In Derek Jeter's final days with the Yankees, moments in which he answered questions about whether he would become emotional or remain stoic when his memorable run at Yankee Stadium ended, Jeter offered a subtle reminder of how he has thrived and survived in New York for so ... more
Please let's cut the idle chatter while announcing games. Your job as announcer should primarily be the game, not all the trivia being discussed. Very distracting and annoying to viewers. The trivia should be reserved for talk shows. We are watching ... more
While I was looking on my9nj to vote for the impact player for this year (never able to find where to vote), John mentioned Batavia ny, Then Michael said Batavia was a beautiful place..I live in the Batavia area and agree, Thanks for the mention...
In the latest episode of JCTV, host Jack Curry sits down with dynamic jazz drummer Otis Brown III to discuss the musician's impressive career and his love of sports.
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There are so many images that remind me of Paul O'Neill's career with the Yankees, a career in which he helped them win four championships in his nine seasons. Images of pivotal hits, bulldozing slides, lunging catches and percolating emotions. Watching O'Neill play was ... more