An update about the fallout from Irish tenor Ronan Tynan's anti-Semitic "joke"—his hope that a potential buyer in his apartment building wasn't Jewish. Well, the potential buyer, NYU Medical Center pediatirian Dr. Gabrielle Gold-von Simson, apparently emailed the Yankees about his remarks, and a Yankees spokeswoman told the Post, "[Tynan] admitted that the contents of the e-mail were true. He said it was a bad joke. So we told him that was absolutely intolerable behavior and he needed to apologize." In spite of Tynan's apology (which Gold-von Simson accepted), the Yankees decided to nix his 7th inning stretch singing of "God Bless, America" for the rest of the playoffs.