Meredith Marakovits is an American sportscaster who is currently the New York Yankees clubhouse reporter for the YES Network. She reports on the Yankees within the network’s team game telecasts, pre- and post-game shows, as well as the team Batting Practice Today show.
Inducted into the Rockne Wall Hall of Fame, Marakovits was born on July 22, 1983. She is an American by nationality who came from a white ethnic background.
Active in sports journalism since 2008, Meredith Marakovits has summoned staggering fortune through her career. Since the start of 2012 seasons, Marakovits signed to the YES Network, where her salary is estimated at over $100,000 per annum. As reported, the average salary for the sportscaster is $41,800.
Furthermore, the sportscaster makes additional money through their guest apperance in other networks. As of 2020, her net worth is approximately $2 million.
Meredith Marakovits, 36, is reportedly single as of 2020. To date, there are no news and rumors Marakovits being involved in a relationship. Hence, the topic on her marriage or husband is way too far.
However, once she tweeted about having a boyfriend. Other than that, there were some rumors in between that Marakovita might be pregnant, but these rumors were nothing but a hoax.
Active on Instagram with 64.3k followers, the sportscaster only posts her professional photos and some from her vacations.
Walnutport, Pennsylvania native, Meredith Marakovits, was born to parents: Sara and Dan, basketball coach at Northampton High School.
She enrolled at Central Catholic High School, where she played various sports including basketball, volleyball, softball, gymnastics, and swimming. Upon graduation, she attended La Salle University.
Initially, Marakovits worked as the pre- and post-game host as well as a sideline reporter for the Lehigh Valley IronPigs Television Network in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Further, she also served for Service Electric's 2 Sports division as a sideline reporter.
In 2010, Marakovits covered the New York Yankees as a reporter for 1050 ESPN Radio in New York. Before relocating to New York, she was a reporter for 97.5 The Fanatic/950 ESPN Radio. Moreover, she was a sideline reporter for the Philadelphia 76ers on Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia. On April 4, 2012, she had her last 76ers broadcast.
Her other experience includes: an anchor for SportsNet New York; contributor for WFAN (660 AM) radio in New York; fill-in anchor on Comcast SportsNet New England, a contributor on SNY programs The Wheelhouse, The Daily News Live, and Geico Sportsnite; and
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