|Birth City||Lake Ronkonkoma, New York|
|Birth Country||The U.S.A|
|No Of Children||2 Nicklaus Ryan (son) & Jensen Ryan (Daughter)|
|Awards||local Emmy award for “Outstanding Series",local AP award|
|Education||New York Institute of Technology, & Hofstra University Graduate|
|Date of Birth||February 5,1959|
Sam Ryan is an American sportscaster and journalist working for the MLB Network since September 2011.
She is known as the Emmy award-winning sportscaster with work experience with ABC News, MLB Network, ESPN, and WABC TV.
Sam Ryan worked with the ESPN sports network as a full-time sideline reporter. She also was a known weekend morning sports anchor and reporter for WABC.
Sam is known for covering various national sporting events at ESPN and ABC Sports. While at ABC, she covered NHL games, Stanley Cup Playoffs, Sunday Night Baseball, Home Run Derby, Little League World Series, College Football, and 2005 Monday Night Football broadcasts.
Sam was also a host to the coverage of The NFL on CBS and the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship on CBS Sports alongside reporters like Jaime Maggio, who also has shared the screen with Sam on MLB Network where Sam worked as a studio host and Jaime worked as a field reporter. Sam has covered Turner Sport's MLB playoffs as an in-game analyst for two years starting from 2015 till 2017.
Sam Ryan was born in Lake Ronkonkoma, New York, on February 5, 1969, and is currently 50 years old.
She is a New York Institute of Technology graduate, and after college, she also majored in communications from Hofstra University.
The versatile white American reporter's star sign is Aquarius. However, the information about her early life and parents remains hidden as of now.
Sam Ryan is a well-rounded sportscaster who started her journalism career right after graduation. She joined WVIT Hartford, WFAN, and ABC Radio Network in 1996 as her first job.
After four years of experience with WFAN, she joined FOX Sports, NY, in 2000. After spending two years with Fox Sports, she joined an ABC affiliated WABC-TV in 2002.
Later in 2003, she penned a contract with the ESPN Network and CBS Sports and WCBS-TV in June 2006 and started working as a sideline reporter.
In 2011, she joined the MLB Network and started working as a studio host and reporter for The Rundown, Quick Pitch, etc.
For her contributions to sports journalism, Sam Ryan has won a local Emmy award for "Outstanding Series Feature soft" in 1999 and a local AP award in 2000.
Sam Ryan is an experienced sportscaster, field, and desk analyst for various sports. In a male-dominant area, she has set an example for all up and coming female sports reporters.
As per sources, Sam's current salary is well over $150 thousand, reportedly earned from her relentless sports journalism career with various sports networks. Additionally, she is worth around $6 million.
Currently, the Newyorker lives in Queens, New York, with her veteran husband and two children.
Sam Ryan is happily married to a former army veteran Jeff Ryan. Together Sam and Jeff Ryan have two children Nicklaus Ryan and Jensen Ryan.
Jeffrey William Ryan, better known as Jeff Ryan, is Sam Ryan's husband, who works as a meteorologist and reporter. Reporter Jeff was born on October 30, 1975, to Cheyney Ryan.
He grew up alongside his sibling, brother Jack Ryan. Jeff is also a media personality like his wife. His most recent involvement was with Beasley Broadcast Group at 92.5 WXTU in Philadelphia.
In his college days, before joining the US Military, Ryan used to be a DJ and has worked at stations like WWBB, WSNE, WPST, WQGN, WKSS, WFHN radio stations, to name a few.
Jeff is a retired Army Lieutenant Colonel with an extensive background in preventive medicine, clinical trials, epidemiology, and diagnostics development.
Ryan and Sam currently live in Bay Terrace Neighborhood in Queens, New York, and their two children.
Sam Ryan 5 ft 9 inches tall and weighs around 70 kgs. She has brown hair and hazel eyes. Further, her notable traits are a sharp nose, wavy hair, and Duchenne smile.