YES adds Curry to on-air staff


In early December, long-time New York Times baseball writer Jack Curry took a buyout offer and departed from the Gray Lady. Today, we learn that Curry will join the YES Network as a Yankees studio analyst, YES program contributor and website columnist. “I look forward to this new chapter of my career, and am eager to contribute to YES on air and online,” Curry said in a statement. “I’m eager to provide insight and information to our television viewers and Web readers.”

Curry started at The Times in 1987 and began covering the Yanks in 1991. In 1998, he took over as the paper’s national baseball writer, and over the last 18 years, he has appeared on TV during Yankee pre-game shows on both MSG and the YES Network. Now, he’ll serve as Bob Lorenz’s sidekick. “He will be a tremendous addition to our Emmy Award-winning multi-platform Yankees coverage,” John Filippelli, YES’ president of production and programming said, “and will complement Bob Lorenz, our pre- and post-game host, extremely well in the studio.”

Categories : Asides, NYC Sports Media


  1. A.D. says:

    Curry any good as a sportswriter?

  2. Jammy Jammers says:

    I love curry fries.

  3. I can’t believe the Warriors drafted him RIGHT BEFORE THE KNICKS!

  4. + = Jack Curry Powder

    Edited 6:18 p.m.: I fixed this for me.

  5. Christos says:

    I don’t mind him. I wouldn’t mind seeing him do some games too.

  6. Poopy Pants says:

    Well I guess it looks like YES just got a little spicier!!!

  7. Steve says:

    I’d still rather have Coney over Curry.

  8. DaveinMD says:

    Good hire. Now bring back David Cone.

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