13 Facts About Suzyn Waldman


Suzyn Waldman was born in Newton, Massachusetts, the daughter of Jeanne and Philip Suzyn Waldman.

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Suzyn Waldman's loved baseball from childhood; she recalls going to a game with her grandfather when she was three and a half years old.

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Suzyn Waldman's has joked that she chose Simmons College because it was near Fenway Park.

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Suzyn Waldman is considered a pioneer in the male-dominated field of sports broadcasting.

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Suzyn Waldman has worked in sports reporting for more than 30 years, as a former broadcaster for the YES Network as the reporter on the New York Yankees Pre-Game Show and the New York Yankees Post-Game Show and New York sports radio station WFAN.

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Suzyn Waldman's signed a two-year contract extension in February 2016 that ran through the 2017 season.

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Suzyn Waldman's is currently under contract through the 2022 season.

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Suzyn Waldman broke his silence after a win at Yankee Stadium, and the regular beat writers hurriedly gathered around his locker.

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New on the beat, Suzyn Waldman joined the group; Bell immediately started screaming at her in Spanish and English.

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In 1999, Suzyn Waldman helped arrange a meeting between the two men that brought an end to the 14-year feud.

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Suzyn Waldman's sued Mount Sinai Hospital and two of its pathologists for misdiagnosing her as cancer-free, eventually winning over $2 million in damages from the case.

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Suzyn Waldman is currently a resident of Croton-on-Hudson in Westchester County, New York.

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Suzyn Waldman received an honorary Doctor of Journalism from Simmons University in May 2021.

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