In fact, he's staying for another campaign. Lookout!

Ever since Ken Singleton announced that this would be his final season broadcasting New York Yankees games before retiring, people have been begging him to stay. After his wife convinced him that he was still enjoying himself while broadcasting, Singleton decided to postpone retirement on Thursday, finalizing details on a one-year deal to head back to the booth.

Singleton and his agent are reportedly working out a deal with YES Network that would reduce his 55 games this year to somewhere around 24 in 2019. Definitely a significant reduction, but anyone who watches the Yankees on television will be happy to know that he will not be completely gone. 

The dynamic duo of Singleton and Michael Kay will be back for at least another year.

Bottom line, after a 15-year career in the majors and broadcasting for the ​Yankees since 1997, Singleton definitely knows baseball and the Yankees. Any games we get with him will be a pleasure.