Contentious Comcast, YES Network dispute remains unresolved as Yankees 2016 season approaches

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Last November 18, six weeks after the Yankees 2015 season ended, one of the region’s cable providers, Comcast, dropped the YES Network, the team’s regional sports network since 2002. When Comcast pulled the plug, about 900,000 cable customers in North Jersey, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania lost coverage of the network that hosts the Yankees, Brooklyn Nets, and…

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