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Talking Baseball With Former Orioles OF Ken Singleton

Stan “The Fan” Charles and Ross Grimsley talk with former Orioles outfielder and former Yankees broadcaster Ken Singleton about his favorite Opening Day memories and his predictions for the 2022 season. • Former Orioles Reliever Jim Poole On His Battle With ALS. • 2022 Orioles Preview With Stan...
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Orioles Hall of Famer Ken Singleton remains stalwart in Baltimore community

Three-time All-Star Ken Singleton is one of the Baltimore Orioles’ greatest players and ambassadors for the community. Singleton has meant so much to the franchise and is someone so special he’s beloved by two teams that don’t ever really agree on anything. Traded to Baltimore in 1975...
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Orioles Hall of Famer Ken Singleton remains stalwart in Baltimore community

Three-time All-Star Ken Singleton is one of the Baltimore Orioles' greatest players and ambassadors for the community. Singleton has meant so much to the franchise and is someone so special he's beloved by two teams that don't ever really agree on anything. Traded to Baltimore in 1975 following two seasons...
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5 replacements for David Cone, Buck Showalter and Ken Singleton at YES Network

There’s been hardly any turnover on the New York Yankees‘ roster, but the broadcast team that brings you Bombers baseball will see plenty of it on the YES Network. Beloved former Yankee Ken Singleton has retired. Buck Showalter is now managing the New York Mets. David Cone’s workload has been cut from 100 to 50 games after getting the Sunday Night Baseball gig at ESPN. That’s a lot of high-end talent to replace.
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Yankees Postmortem With Ken Singleton, Plus NFL Week 5 Picks With Joe Benigno

JJ opens with some thoughts on the Yankees now that the season is over (00:56). He touches on former New York quarterback Geno Smith’s appearance on Thursday Night Football (04:10) before talking about why there’s some optimism for the Giants and Jets this weekend (06:20). Next, JJ chats with longtime Yankees analyst Ken Singleton about retiring from broadcasting and what he believes needs to change in the Bronx for the Yankees to compete for titles soon (12:30). Finally, Joe Benigno stops by for Old School vs. New School NFL picks (59:14), handicapper Art DiCesare gives out some more Week 5 bets (83:23), and then JJ closes it out with some fantasy advice with Jason Katz (98:07).
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Ken Singleton to call last Yankees broadcast on Sunday

Ken Singleton is retiring from the New York Yankees booth after more than two decades on the job. The New York Yankees broadcast booth just won’t be the same following Sunday’s regular season finale. After 24 years, Ken Singleton will call it a career and retire from behind the microphone.
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Emotional Ken Singleton announces that Sunday's YES telecast will be it for him

Ken Singleton will work his final game for the YES Network on Sunday, the longtime Yankees analyst said during Saturday’s Rays-Yankees game. "I’ve been broadcasting baseball for 37 years, but the time has come to stop," he said during a six-minute farewell announcement in the top of the fourth inning during which he grew emotional at times.
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