Judge absolves Yanks of document search

The fight between the New York Yankees and state assemblymembers Richard Brodsky and Jim Brennan over documents that Brodsky subpoenaed relating to the team’s stadium deal ended with a partial win for the Yanks last week: Judge John Egan Jr. ruled that Brodsky had the right to subpoena the emails and other documents, but that the team had made a “good-faith” effort to do so. There’s still a chance that Brennan and Brodsky will appeal, though, so don’t give up all hope of getting a glimpse at hot chat between Lonn Trost and Seth Pinsky.


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