This one is (just about) gone.
Ken Singleton, who has been an analyst and play-by-play announcer on Yankees telecasts for MSG and the YES Network since 1997, announced Monday on Twitter that 2018 will be his final year in the booth.
Singleton, 70, grew up in Mount Vernon, N.Y., and played 15 years in the majors with the Mets, Montreal and Baltimore, making three All-Star teams as an outfielder with the Orioles between 1977-81. He also finished as the runner-up to Don Baylor in 1979 AL MVP voting and was a member of the Orioles' World Series championship team in 1983.
Singleton served as a color commentator for the Blue Jays and then the...