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MLB Network Opts Not To Cut Live To Coverage Of Rivera Farewell
Published September 27, 2013
ESPN's Chris McKendry said to YES Network's Michael Kay of his coverage of Rivera's final home game, "Wonderful job last night. Thank you for allowing all of us simply to watch and take in that moment." Kay said, "There wasn't much to say. The pictures said it all. It was an extraordinarily emotional night just watching it. Even if we would have talked a lot in the booth, we probably would have been crying. Both Ken Singleton and I were both choked up as well" ("SportsCenter," ESPN, 9/27).