Yankees Hot Stove League Comes To Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center

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The Yankees’ hot stove league is coming to the Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center on Thursday, Jan. 10. Visitors can participate in a special live YES Network broadcast, which will feature panelists Bob Lorenz, Jack Curry, John Flaherty and Meredith Marakovits talking all things baseball.

What is the hot stove league? According to the Dickson Baseball Dictionary, it’s “the gab, gossip and debate that take place during the winter months when baseball is not being played. These discussions – replaying the past season and anticipating the next – occurred at such gathering places as saloons, poolrooms, general stores, barbershops, and drugstores where there was a coal- or woodburning pot-bellied stove at the center of the conversational group.”

YES’ hot stove talk will take place in the cozy theater of the Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center. Limited seats are available; a hot dog dinner will be served. Tickets are $25. Call 973-655-2378 to RSVP.

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