Matt Yallof Biography
Matt Yallof an American sports commentator working as a studio presenter and reporter for MLB Network, and a host and reporter for NHL Network. He as well co-hosts “The Rundown” with Kelly Nash on a regular basis. He started at for the NHL Network in 2015 and previously served as a studio host for SportsNet’s Emmy-nominated New York Mets pre- and post-game programming.
Matt Yallof Age
Yallof was born on September 24, 1968 in Smithtown, New York, in the United States of America .
Matt Yallof Height
Matt stands tall at a height of 5 ft 7 in/1.74 m
Matt Yallof Family
Matt information about his family are publicly unavailable, this section will be updated as soon as this information is made available.
Matthew Yallof Wife
Matt is married to Am who fully supports his hubby during his stroke recovery. The duo has three children, two daughters and one son.
Matt Yallof Education
Matt joined Muhlenberg College after graduating with the highest high school GPA. In 1990, he earned his bachelor’s degree and graduated.
Matt Yallof Salary
Matt earn an estimated annual salary of $82,890.
Matt Yallof Net Worth
Matt has estimated net worth is $1 million.
Matt Yallof Career
Back in July 29, 2016, Matt suffered an Ischemic Stroke at his Armonk residence. He got admitted to the ICU for a week and then to a rehab clinic for a month. He as well had a through physical, occupational, and speech therapy during his rehabilitation. His wife’s friend set up a page that saw people donate money to help with medical expenditures. Matt rejoined MLB Network in April of 2017.
He serves as a studio presenter and reporter for MLB Network and also host and reporter for NHL Network. He as well co-hosts “The Rundown” with Kelly Nash on a regular basis. He started working for the NHL Network in 2015 and previously worked as a studio host for SportsNet’s Emmy-nominated New York Mets pre- and post-game programming. He as well served as an anchor and reporter for Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia for six years.
He earned four Mid-Atlantic Emmy Awards for his work throughout his tenure. He presented the Phillies’ post-game show while as well serving as the Flyers’ in-game reporter. He as well co-hosted “Sportsnite,” a primetime local and national sports news broadcast. He previously served as a sports anchor and reporter for WKBW-TV in Buffalo. He as well covered the Bisons, Bills, and Sabres, including the Bills’ “Music City Miracle” loss and the Sabres’.
He began his media career began in 1990, after graduating from Muhlenberg College and joining CNBC. He as well served away from the camera for a while. as of 1993 until 1998, he served as a news and sports anchor for CNN, CNN Sports, and CNNSI. He also worked in CNN’s international sports division and anchored “Headline News” for a while.