Fox (majority owner of YES) wanted more than $4.89 per subscriber they were getting. Less than 25% of Comcast customers watched YES during the Yankees season. Less are watching the Nets right now.I can't watch the Yankees as of now. Comcast dropped YES. Dicks.
I already pay too much. I'd get dish and tell Comcast to lick my taint.Fox (majority owner of YES) wanted more than $4.89 per subscriber they were getting. Less than 25% of Comcast customers watched YES during the Yankees season. Less are watching the Nets right now.
If they offered it as a standalone option, would you pay $8-10 a month for it?
Better plan on Direct TV as Dish doesn't offer it either.I already pay too much. I'd get dish and tell Comcast to lick my taint.
Whats crazy is that none of this happened last year and they still made the playoffs. Not so sure history can repeat itself though.I'll take 2015 Arod in 2016.......maybe a little more rested coming into the end of the year in case of a playoff opportunity.
Hopefully Ellsbury plays a full season.
Hopefully Tex and Gardner are healthy too.
Hopefully 2012 Headley comes to pay a visit and sticks around all season.
Wow.....too many "hopefuls".......pretty pathetic.:thumbdown:
Yup, as deep as the talent is, and as good as all looks on paper, until the All Star break ends, I just sit in there and enjoy the roller coaster and see who makes is past the break without injuries, to get an idea on how the season may end!Again team could be awesome....team could suck lol.
Didn't say it was. The point is that with those 3 gone, there's plenty of money for more big free agents or are they going to rebuild from within over the next couple of years.