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Ken Singleton set to retire from YES Network after 2021, though we’ve heard that before

Ahead of the 2018 season, YES Network analyst Ken Singleton announced that it would be his last one in the Yankees broadcast booth. Then, in September of 2018, Singleton changed course, saying that he’d decided to come back for 2019, which would be his last year. Now, Singleton will be returning for 2021, though with a more concrete plan to say goodbye and make it his last one. That’s according to a YES Network executive in Andrew Marchand’s New York Post preview of YES’s coverage plans.
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Ken Singleton expected to retire from Yankees’ YES booth — for real this time

YES president of programming and production John Filippelli has been 3-for-3 in talking Ken Singleton out of retirement, but Filippelli sounded like this will be it. Singleton, a YES original, will just do a handful of series this year. The plan is to give Singleton, 73, the proper sendoff by having him call the Yankees’ final series against Tampa in October.
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Cerebro Capital Partners With Stanford’s Ken Singleton

Professor Emeritus and Past President of the American Finance Association teams up with Cerebro Capital to uncover the hidden drivers moving credit markets for private corporate loans. Cerebro Capital, a commercial loan marketplace platform, announced a partnership with Ken Singleton, Adams Distinguished Professor of Management at the Graduate School of...
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Cerebro Capital Partners With Stanford's Ken Singleton

Cerebro Capital, a commercial loan marketplace platform, today announced a partnership with Ken Singleton, Adams Distinguished Professor of Management at the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University. Together, Cerebro and Singleton will study activity on the middle market and create analysis and content to help both borrowers and lenders better understand movements and drivers within the credit market.
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