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The Yankees will be heard on WFAN next season, the team announced on Wednesday.
The games will be heard on both WFAN's AM (660) and FM (101.9) signals. There is no word yet if John Sterling and Suzyn Waldman will continue to be the broadcast team. The Yankees have always had the right to choose their radio team in past contracts.
Newsday reported that the deal is for 10 years and worth $15-20 million per season. The Spanish-language broadcast rights were also included. The Mets will now have to find a new broadcast home.
The Yankees will be heard on WCBS-880 AM the rest of this season.