Breaking: YES, DirecTV come to terms


As the Thursday negotiation deadline neared an end, the Yankees and DirecTV have averted a blackout. The two sides have renewed their deals. Terms have yet to be disclosed, and we’ll update this post as we hear more. Yankee fans with DirecTV will not miss Friday afternoon’s contest against the winless Red Sox.

Categories : Asides, NYC Sports Media


  1. LawStudent says:

    On twitter you claimed this was an exclusive? Nice. How’d you manage that?

  2. Brian says:

    Best news of the day…keep up the great work guys.

  3. Erica says:

    YEAAAAHHHHHH!!!!! Thank you!

  4. Pat D says:

    Oh, sweet relief.

  5. @coffeewithian says:

    Will the Yankees on YES streaming package finally come to DirecTV subscribers as a result of this new deal? #catchtheyankeesatthebeach

    • YankeesJunkie says:

      I would be surprised. However, if you have to pay $60 to watch Yankee games in market live it just sort seems like a rip off, when you can get MLB TV for $120, you can’t watch the Yankees live, but you can catch all the other games.

    • 7commerce says:

      What is in that package?

  6. Drew says:

    I love the David robertson Hump counter

  7. Yank the Frank says:

    Thank you YES and DTV for stopping this unwanted drama.

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