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Prior to joining MLB Network, Yallof served as the primary studio host for the Emmy-nominated New York Mets pre- and post-game coverage on SportsNet NY. From 2000 until 2006, Yallof worked at Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia, winning four Mid-Atlantic Emmy Awards for his work as an anchor and a reporter. His duties included hosting the Phillies post-game show, working as the in-game reporter for the Flyers and co-anchoring "Sportsnite," the primetime local and national sports news report.
Prior to joining Comcast SportsNet, Yallof worked as a sports anchor and reporter at WKBW-TV in Buffalo covering the Bisons, Bills and Sabres, including the Bills' "Music City Miracle" loss and Sabres' 1999 Stanley Cup Finals run.
From 1993 to 1998 Yallof worked at CNN, CNN Sports and CNNSI. After transitioning from news to sports, he anchored "Headline News" and spent time in CNN's international sports division. Upon graduating from Muhlenberg College in 1990, Yallof worked behind the scenes at CNBC.
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