Wednesday Night’s Pirates-Yankees Telecast Averaged 600,000 Total Viewers, Peaking at 756,000 Total Viewers

Most-Viewed YES Non-Subway Series Telecast In Four Years
YES App eclipsed 105,000 Unique Viewers

The YES Network’s Pittsburgh Pirates-New York Yankees telecast last night averaged 600,000 Total Viewers in the New York DMA, peaking at 756,000 Total Viewers during the 9:30-9:45 pm quarter-hour.

The 600,000 Average Total Viewers marks the YES Network’s best non-Subway Series game telecast in four years, since its May 8, 2018 Red Sox-Yankees telecast which averaged 603,000 Total Viewers.

Last night was also the 28th game out of YES’ last 36 Primetime Yankees games that have been #1 in the New York DMA in Total Viewers.

Wednesday night’s game was also the most-streamed game ever on the YES App, eclipsing 105,000 unique viewers.

On pace to have its best Yankees season in 11 years (since 2011), the YES Network is averaging 354,000 Total Viewers for its Yankees telecasts this season, a 24% year-over-year increase from last year.  Last night marked the 37th YES game this season to average 400,000 Total Viewers or more.  By comparison, YES only had nine such games during the 2021 season.