If you’re a Yankees fan looking for a ‘silver lining’ after last night’s 11-3 loss to the Orioles, look no further.
Yankees radio voice John Sterling is coming to Brian McCann’s defense after the catcher’s former hitting coach in Atlanta suggested he’d “never be comfortable” in New York.
John Sterling and Suzyn Waldman could be heard during Wednesday night’s Mariners-Yankees game on WFAN talking about the Four Seasons’ hit, “December, 1963 (Oh What a Night).”
WFAN’s broadcast team is led by John Sterling and Suzyn Waldman, who are entering their 10th season together behind the microphone.
According to a post on Hallmark’s Facebook page, Sterling will join emcee and long-time animal rights activist Beth Stern, radio shock jock Howard Stern’s wife, “for the paw-to-paw active LIVE from Kitten Stadium on Hallmark Channel USA.”
Join John Sterling and Suzyn Waldman on February 4th at the Hard Rock Cafe as they host a live Hot Stove Q&A session previewing the New York Yankees upcoming 2013 season for the benefit of the family of Yanks radio engineer Carlos Silva.
Raul Ibanez’s role will increase against the Tigers’ parade of right-handed starters and will be a key figure in the Yankees’ hopes of reaching the World Series.
The Yankees and WCBS 880 announced on Thursday that they have agreed to extend their current radio broadcast agreement. The agreement will run through the 2013 campaign.
During last night’s Yankees 12-8 win over the Tigers, Casey McGehee stepped to the plate during the fourth inning and after that John Sterling took over.
When Jerry Recco began his first update of the morning with a cut from Yankees radio play-by-play man John Sterling, Craig was immediately reminded of an image of Sterling parading around the hotel in a bathrobe.
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Before turning it over to Jerry Recco so that he could deliver his first update of the morning, Craig attempted to offer Yamkees’ fan comfort by telling them it is not time to panic.
Since the Yankees acquired Ichiro Suzuki on July 23rd, there has been great anticipation surrounding what legendary Yankees radio play-by-play man John Sterling might utter when Ichiro hits one ‘high, far & gone’.
Jerry Recco’s first update of the week filled us in on everything going on in the world of sports and provided plenty of laughter, which has quickly become a Recco staple.
If you happened to be listening to WCBS 880 last night when Derek Jeter was hit with a pitch in the 8th inning of the Yankees 5-2 win in Seattle, you undoubtedly heard Suzyn Waldman let out a couple of sighs.