Pinstripes & Bright Lights PREVIEW

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Pinstripes & Bright Lights brings you short baseball stories and New York Yankees lore, delivered by the only person who has seen every pitch and called every single game for the past 30 years – Iconic Yankees’ play-by-play announcer, !

Each Episode, John sits down to read a letter from a fan about their favorite Yankees moment or the impact the team has had on their life. Wen then transitions into behind-the-scenes Yankee stories, as only John has seen it. The fall 2001 playoff race in the wake of 9/11, an interesting encounter with ‘The Boss,’ Mariano’s MVP performance in the Yankees win over the Red Sox in the 2003 ALCS, and many more. It’s a dependable escape that feels at once familiar and filled with possibility – just like every game.Pinstripes & Bright LightsJohn Sterling

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More episodes from Pinstripes & Bright Lights

Durable Bob Turley & the Last .400 Hitter

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Stengel’s Struggles & the Return of Joltin’ Joe

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The Kiss & The Curse

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High-Far-Gone & the Second-Greatest Slugger

Long will be be the debate, whether Babe Ruth or Willie Mays is the greatest baseball player of all time. John Sterling sides with Ruth (for obvious reasons) but in our 2nd episode, he …

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