The YES Network’s New York Yankees-Toronto Blue Jays telecast last night peaked at 901,000 Total Viewers (8:45-9:00 pm ET) and averaged 708,000 Total Viewers in the New York DMA. The game was YES’ most-viewed telecast in eight years, since Derek Jeter’s final home game on September 25, 2014, which averaged 1.2 million Total Viewers.
Each of YES’ last three Primetime Yankees games have averaged at least 600,000 Total Viewers. YES has had 40 games this season that have averaged at least 400,000 Total Viewers, and six games that have averaged at least half a million Total Viewers.
YES’ Yankees games are averaging nearly a half-million Total Viewers (495,000) since the first weekend of the NFL season.
On pace to have its best Yankees season in 11 years (since 2011), YES is averaging 362,000 Total Viewers for its Yankees telecast this season, a 26% year-over-year increase from the same point last year.
Last night was also YES’ third straight Primetime Yankees game for which the YES App eclipsed 100,000 Unique Viewers.
YES’ post-game show last night averaged 190,000 Total Viewers, YES’ most-viewed Primetime post-game show since 2018. The show peaked at 394,000 Total Viewers from 10:15 to 10:30 pm ET.