Yankees Attendance, Ratings to Rise, McDonnell Says

May 31 (Bloomberg) -- Wayne McDonnell, an associate professor of sports management at New York University, talks with Bloomberg's Erik Matuszewski about game attendance and television ratings for the New York Yankees. The Yankees drew an average of 38,035 fans through their first 25 home games this season, down from 40,950 through the same number of games a year ago. Television ratings on the Yankees Entertainment & Sports network are down 39 percent from the same point last season. (Source: Bloomberg)

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