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Mike Francesa’s On-Air Snooze

Via Kevin Kaduk of Big League Stew: See what happens when your analysis of the slumping Yankees bores WFAN/YES afternoon talk-show host Mike Francesa:

At first, he appears to be dutifully reading something, perhaps notes that will help him engage, or even rebut, reporter Sweeny Murti. But then, it becomes obvious that his head is going lower for another reason:

Everybody knows the Yankees are fading, but it shouldn’t be affecting the media second-hand. This never would have happened if Chris Russo were still in the same studio.

In case you’re not familiar with Francesa, he’s the guy who never has heard of Tigers right-hander Al Alburquerque.

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