The 2024 Major League Baseball season is officially the last for one New York Yankees' legend.

Per a report from The Athletic's Andrew Marchand, Yankees' radio voice John Sterling is stepping away from New York's radio broadcast booth, retiring from a post that he's held since 1989.

Sterling is set to be honored in a pregame ceremony on Saturday at Yankee Stadium.

Sterling, now 85 years old, has called games for the Bronx Bombers since 1989. He called 5,060 consecutive games over a 30-year span, not missing a game during that span until July 4, 2019, when he had to step away due to illness.

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Sterling will go down as one of the most well-known broadcasters that the game of baseball has ever known. Sure, he's had a few moments that have made us chuckle over the years:

For every botched call, however, there's been hundreds of calls that have been right on the money. As noted by Marchand, Sterling has indeed been the soundtrack of some of New York's most memorable moments as a franchise.

Case in point:

Here's another in the long line of those examples:

Sterling was already slated to miss a large amount of road games this season. More recently, however, Sterling has had to miss certain home games, with the team citing his health as the reason for his absences.

Justin Shackil and Emmanuel Berbari were splitting the fill-in duties to this point of the season, and reports have confirmed that both broadcasters will carry the load for the remainder of this season.

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