Bronx Baseball Daily has moved to the YES Network

YES-Network-LogoAs of today, Bronx Baseball Daily has left the ESPN SweetSpot Network and has joined on with the YES Network as an affiliate.

This ends a 16 month run over at ESPN that was an absolutely wonderful experience the entire time. The people there are great at what they do and I have no doubt that I will eventually work with them again in the future.

A big thanks to David Schoenfield, Matt Szefc, and everyone else at the Wide World of Sports.

The opportunity to join with the YES Network was just something that I could not turn down. This will give the blog a greater opportunity to reach a wider audience of Yankees fans as tries to expand its brand.

This will not change any of the content on BBD. I will still be critical when I feel it’s necessary and praise the organization when I think it is doing a good job. I pride myself on honesty and being realistic and YES has promised that it will not have any editorial control whatsoever.

If anything this partnership can only help the site’s content as BBD covers the Yankees in their quest toward a 28th World Series Championship. I hope you’ll stay with us.

About Rob Abruzzese

Rob Abruzzese created Bronx Baseball Daily in 2008 just before graduating from Brooklyn College. He currently serves BBD as its editor and works as a reporter at the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Follow Rob on Twitter @RobAbruzzese.

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5 Responses to Bronx Baseball Daily has moved to the YES Network

  1. Corethree says:

    I'm not good enough for yes network, so you may never see me again if yes network has anything to say about it. Bronx baseball daily, why did you have to ruin a good thing?

    • Greg says:

      YES will have nothing to do with anything we write. We will operate completely on our own.

    • Rob Abruzzese says:

      Nothing is ruined. We have a signed agreement that states that they have no authority over editorial content.

  2. Mike Baker says:

    are you guys happy about that?

  3. I don't see why not. It can only benefit everyone involved.

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