Pinstripes Pilot

16 minutes

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, John Sterling! In this lead off episode, we hear from a new father and 3rd-generation Yankees fan, we revisit Game 7 of the 2003 ALCS, then John give us his unique press-box-view of the 1995 playoffs and stories of the great Mariano Rivera.

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