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About the Blog
The Michael Kay's Successors Blog has existed since June 1, 2009. After months of Instant Messaging each other while watching Yankee games, and consistently bringing up points that were almost immediately brought up on television, John Healy and Jim Geant decided, "Hey, we could do that."

So, determined to share their ideas with the world, this blog was created. With daily updates about games, trades, news, notes, opinions, and everything you could possibly want to know about the Yankees, the Michael Kay's Successors is quickly becoming a well-read source for Yankee baseball.

Follow the blog on Twitter @KaysSuccessors and become a fan on Facebook.

You can email Michael Kay's Successors with any comments or questions: mailto:michaelkayssuccessors@yahoo.com

About the Successors

John Healy
A die-hard Yankee fan since the day he was born, John has been a partial-season ticket holder since 1998 and attended great games such as David Cone's perfect game, Game 4 of the 2001 World Series, and many more. John currently attends Quinnipiac University in Hamden, CT where he is a varsity Cross-Country runner, staff writer for the student paper, The Chronicle, and a Print Journalism major. You can follow John on Twitter @jphealy.

Jim Geant
Jim is not only a huge Yankee fan, but also a baseball fanatic, having attended games at 22 Major League Baseball stadiums. His favorite stadiums are: Yankee Stadium, Wrigley Field, Petco Park, and Minute Maid Park. Besides Yankee blue, Jim bleeds Orange, as he is a student in the David B. Falk Center for Sport Management at Syracuse University, in Syracuse, NY. You can follow Jim on Twitter @jgeant.


Legal Disclaimer

The owners, operators, and writers of the Michael Kay's Successors blog are in no way sponsored, endorsed or affiliated with the New York Yankees or the aforementioned Michael Kay. Because if they were, we'd be on World Series championship #39 by now.

Also, anything written about broadcaster/on-air personalities is all in good fun and meant to be taken as a joke.

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