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#1 OFFLINE   Scott Greczkowski

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Posted 01 April 2002 - 11:38 AM

Durring the last Charlie Chat, Charlie mentioned Yankees Fans could find out more how negotations were going with YES by watching Channel 101 and by going to www.dishnetwork.com.

Today is opening day and no mention of Yes anywhere on the places Charlie told us to look for information. No press release has been put out by Dish in these regards.

I also found This Letter from Cablevision Head Jim Dolan trying to reason with the YES Network. I can imagine letters from Charlie Ergen of Dish Network have sound pretty much the same.

:rant: While I do believe that those who want to enjoy Yankee Games should be able to see them, I dont think that all customers should have to pay so that a select few can see them.

At one time baseball was the american pasttime, now baseball is just another money grubbing company who could care less for the people they need the most, FANS.

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