How to listen to Yankees on the Radio in 2023: Home team feeds for every game

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The New York Yankees radio network hasn't changed much over the past decade, since a move from WCBS 880 to WFAN back in 2014.

The voices of the New York Yankees? Those have changed even less frequently; it's been John Sterling and Suzyn Waldman since 2005, when Waldman replaced Charley Steiner after a brief run. We can neither confirm nor deny that Steiner's departure was a reactionary move after the Yankees blew the 2004 ALCS. George Steinbrenner couldn't can Joe Torre, so he dumped Steiner (this is probably not real).

In fact, there's been even more continuity than that. Though Sterling and Michael Kay are no longer together, you'll still be able to hear both men call the Yankees game on any given night. Their partnership in the booth dates back to 1992, and though it dissolved in 2002 so that Kay could take on head television duties on the fledgling YES Network, both men remain active to this day.

If you prefer Sterling to Kay and audio to visuals, or if you can't figure out MLB's inscrutable television broadcasting schedule, we've got you covered.

How to listen to Yankees, John Sterling and Suzyn Waldman on radio in 2023

Locally, John, Suzyn and the Yankees still remain on WFAN, which is accessible on the airwaves at 660 AM / 101.9 FM. For those who are not in the broadcast vicinity, these streams are available online or in the Audacy app.

For a list of the areas other than New York, New Jersey and Connecticut where WFAN's signal reaches, look no further; Audacy has provided that map, too.

Though the end of Sterling's tenure is technically coming, he still has plenty more win warbles left in him. Hopefully, the Yankees can send him off into the sunset with a title (and, hopefully, you're listening when they do).