'Morning Edition' Returns: An Unwelcome Tribute Tune A minor league baseball announcer gets his job back after New Jersey Gov. Jim McGreevey goes to bat for him. The announcer had been fired after a game in which he played the 70s hit "YMCA," long considered a gay anthem, and dedicated it to McGreevey -- who's come out as gay.
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'Morning Edition' Returns: An Unwelcome Tribute Tune

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'Morning Edition' Returns: An Unwelcome Tribute Tune

'Morning Edition' Returns: An Unwelcome Tribute Tune

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A minor league baseball announcer gets his job back after New Jersey Gov. Jim McGreevey goes to bat for him. The announcer had been fired after a game in which he played the 70s hit "YMCA," long considered a gay anthem, and dedicated it to McGreevey — who's come out as gay.