February 5, 1969 (age 48)
Lake Ronkonkoma, New York
Early life and education
Broadcast and Cable experience
Ryan joined MLB Network as a studio host and reporter in September 2011 and appears regularly on MLB Network's game productions, The Rundown, Quick Pitch and other studio programming.
Ryan worked for [WBAB] Babylon, NY, WVIT Hartford, WFAN, ABC Radio Network in 1996, Fox Sports N.Y. in 2000, WABC-TV, ABC in September 2002, ESPN in 2003, and CBS Sports and WCBS-TV in June 2006.
She won a local Emmy award for "Outstanding Series Feature-soft" in 1999 and a local AP award in 2000.
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