I've enjoyed reading the recent WWOR (MY9) posts which appear to have begun early this month.
I haven't participated because I've been away from the board due to the fact that my last MY9 Yankee game was Tuesday, July 17. Technically, however, I was involved with "MY9" on Saturday, July 28, when the Fox game, scheduled to start at 4:05, was rain delayed and did not start until way later (maybe 7pm or later?). Philly Fox (ch 29) was scheduled to carry that game but bailed on it due to the late start. They chose to stay with the Dodgers game instead (which also started @ 4:05 or thereabouts). That meant I had to turn (and move) my antenna from its Philly orientation to my NYC "2nd position" so that I could watch the game on 5.2 which, as you all know, is a subchannel of WWOR ch 9 and also @ RF 38. That worked out okay, as far as I can recall.
I have to go to 5.2 because I've never been able to receive 5.1 @ RF 44 (or even lock it in). Strangely, however, I did manage to lock it in recently -- in fact that day -- but it's generally still unwatchable. (note: as it turned out, it was apparently quite watchable that day and it appears that I could have watched the game in HD on 5.1 instead of in SD on 5.2, but didn't realize it until it was too late)
Anyway, I had a MY9 game last night. I thus watched ch 9 from 7pm to perhaps as late as 11pm (maybe even later). My reception was essentially fine and essentially the same as it's been since I moved the antenna to my "second location" earlier this year. I think that might have been sometime in June. I posted on it at the time. The move was apparently dictated by multimath problems created by the new World Trade building.
So that's the report on WWOR (MY9) from here.
I have another game on Friday and another the following Tuesday and another on Friday, August 24.
Note that 5.1 was (again) unwatchable for me last night.
As I've been saying for a long time, ch 9's signal does seem quite mysterious. Given the recent posts that I saw, it's even more mysterious than I thought. It seems that the mystery remains.
Thankfully, all of my Philly and Allentown OTA stations appear to be issue-free. My good LOS in that direction, combined with my poor location and reception of NYC stations, dictates that I watch those OTA stations for all but the MY9 Yankee games.