Hey baseball fans!
I recently had the chance to interview Yankees radio color commentator, Suzyn Waldman! I actually got to interview her live with my recorder, but before I give you the link to the interview on my YouTube channel, here's a quick bio on Waldman.
Suzyn Waldman grew up in Newton, Massachusetts, a suburb of Boston, and was a Red Sox fan and season ticket holder. She graduated from Simmons College with a degree in economics, but got her career started as a Broadway actress and singer. She is arguably most famous for her role as Dulcinea in the acclaimed Broadway show, Man of La Mancha. Waldman was hired by the newly-formed WFAN in 1987 and was the first ever person to report on the radio show at 3:00 PM on July 1st, 1987. On WFAN, she covered the New York Yankees and the New York Knicks and co-hosted the daily mid-day sports talk show. She eventually joined John Sterling in 2005 on WCBS radio as the color commentator for Yankees radio broadcasts, becoming just the third woman in baseball history to be a color commentator. She and Sterling will be the Yankees radio broadcasters for the 2015 season, which will be their 11th year together in the booth.
Now that you know a little bit more about Waldman, click here to listen to the interview. Thanks for listening to the interview and I hope you enjoy it. Check back soon for more of "all the buzz on what wuzz."