The most popular clubhouse reporter for YES network in New York is Meredith Marakovits. Marakovits was born on 22 July 1983 in Walnutport, Pennsylvania. She was daughter of Dan Marakovits who was standout basket ball player and high school coach. She is now 30 years old. She is very fresh and charming with height of 5’11”. She has got long legs and toned feet which looks her very pretty and beautifully hot. She has completed her high school and graduated in communication from Central Catholic High School at Allentown Philadelphia, PA in 2005. While she was in college she got scholarship to play NCAA division I volleyball at La Salle University at Philadelphia, PA.
- July 22, 1983
- 5' 11" (1.80 m)
Marakovits started her career as pre-post game host and sideline reporter for the Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs after her graduation. It was Philadelphia Phillies’ AAA affiliate TV Network in Allentown, Pennsylvania. It was operated by Service Electric Cable TV and communication. She also got chance to work in Service Electric’s 2 sport division as sideline reporter for college football, indoor-outdoor football and basket ball broadcasts of different college. After working in Allentown which was her birth place she went to Philadelphia Phillies to beat as a reporter for 97.5 the fanatic radio and 9.50 ESPN radio. She also worked as sideline reporter for Philadelphia 76ers on Comcast Sport Net Philadelphia. When she was working at Philadelphia Phillies, she has covered many back to back World Series, she also worked for ESPN radio and ESP News. Marakovits also worked on MLB’s first reality shows which were called as the pen.
Marakovits received a call form the biggest clubhouse of New York. She got chance to show her talents in the biggest clubhouse called New York Yankees clubhouse. So in 2010, she left Philadelphia moved to New York to work as a reporter for 1050 ESPN radio on New York Yankees. After moving to New York, she worked as an anchor for sports Net New York which is popularly known as SNY. She also worked as reporter for WFAN 660 AM radio. She worked for SNY programs like the wheelhouse, the daily News live and Geico sportsnite. She has also become filling in anchor for Comcast Sport Net New England. After joining Yankees, she worked as team reporter for networks in Yankees game telecasts, pre-post games shows and Yankees batting Practice in Today show. She also worked as YES’ Nets reporter and host of pre-post games shows. She worked as Yankee’s special programming coordinator. She also severed in YES’ network form which she got the award of YES’ Emmy.
In start of year 2012, she replace Kim Jones who was team reporter on YES’ Nets pre-post games shows. It was come to know that Kim Jones has got different chance to work outside of YES network. Then she became YES Network’s New York Yankees Clubhouse reporter. After Marakovits was announced as YES Network’s New York Yankees Clubhouse reporter in March 2012, she broadcast her last show in 76ers in 4th April 2012. When she became Clubhouse reporter for YES Network’s New York Yankees Clubhouse, she left show in 76ers.
While talking about her personal life, she has been dating with her boyfriend who is from her high school time. But they are not married yet. Her life is guarded with work. She is enjoying her work very much that she didn’t want to get married very soon. So, she is single and doesn’t have any child yet. She is now only focusing on her career only.
Marakovits is now working as Yankees Clubhouse reporter. This year she is going to sing a rap song that begins in West Philadelphia born and raised for occasion of Independence Day. She is going to broke out some Will Smith, which is the theme from fresh prince of Bel air in this Independence Day. She has got chance to spend some time with a women who we can see on TV in every game. She has taken lots of interviews with most of high profile personalities in Yes Network. They know all the game and share lots of memories with her. She is taking interviews with high profile personalities day by day who are related with Yes Network.