1) Bob Costas is the best in the business nationally. MLB sorely missed him calling games. When NBC had the Saturday Game of the Week, he was the voice I listened to besides Phil Rizzuto growing up. If you want to learn some of the nuiances of the game and get a history lesson, you can't find a better commentator than Costas. Oh yeah, Jim Kaat is pretty good too. That's one heck of a duo MLBTV has calling games. Much better than Buck and McCarver, that's for sure.
2) I'm a diehard Yankees fan, but I absolutely loathe most of the roster. On the current 25 man roster there's exactly 7 players I feel good cheering for.
3) I look at the Red Sox and see what the Yankees use to be in the 90s. A good farm system with a sprinkling of key veterans and a couple big name players. That was the formula that led the Yankees to 4 WS in 5 years from 1996 to 2000. Quite a few Red Sox seem proud to be a member of the team, many of the Yankees are there solely for the overinflated check.
At some point this year I'll get a chance to see the New Yankee Stadium as well as CitiField. The reviews I've read about Yankee Stadium have been mixed... Citifield has been mostly reviewed well. I guess we'll see, but being totally honest seeing the Yankees play a home game in anything besides the "Old Yankee Stadium" is going to be disappointing for me.