This could be a “lame duck” season for the Yankees broadcasters. It’s the second season that the team signed a one-year deal with WCBS. He has called every inning since joining the Yankees’ booth in 1989. Waldman teamed with Sterling in 2005.
There has been speculation that ESPN is going to be a major player for the radio package in ’14, now that the network moved to the highly coveted 98.7 FM. Although the signal, especially at night, is not as strong as what 880 offers on the AM dial.
Sister station WFAN could lose its rights to the Mets if CBS Sports Radio takes over the famous frequency– 660.
But for now, it’s status quo, even though it was a fait accompli when the Yankees in August signed up for this year on WCBS.