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“Emmanuel is a budding star. His talent is off the charts and met with equal humility, work ethic, and kindness. He has all the makings to be the future voice of a major network. I can’t wait to see his journey unfold.”
-Ryan Ruocco, ESPN & YES Network

"Emmanuel squeezes every ounce out of the constructive criticism he receives and applies it back into his work. Many of us try to do this, but Emmanuel’s determination to reach the highest level of broadcast quality is truly an outlier characteristic, and one that will make a decision-maker’s job easy. I recommend him most highly."

-Justin Shackil, New York Yankees

An award-winning radio and television sportscaster, Emmanuel Berbari is in his second season on the New York Yankees broadcast team for WFAN, calling play-by-play and hosting the postgame show.

Berbari has worked at WFAN in a variety of capacities since 2018, including as a talk show host and update anchor. In 2023, he made his MLB play-by-play debut on Yankees Radio at 24 years old.

Emmanuel also serves as "Voice of the Saints" at Siena College, a role he's held for the last three years, primarily calling Men's and Women's Basketball and a variety of Fall/Spring sports on TV/Radio. In 2022 and 2023, he broadcast for the Hudson Valley Renegades (Yankees High-A affiliate).

Berbari's play-by-play career includes experience Chatham Anglers in the Cape Cod Baseball League, the Atlantic 10 and Big East on ESPN's digital platforms. In 2019, he gained his first professional experience around his hometown team, covering the Yankees as a full-season credentialed beat reporter. Concurrently, he worked behind the scenes at WFAN, Westwood One Sports and SportsNet New York (SNY).

A proud Fordham and WFUV alum, Emmanuel was Sports Manager at the university's 50,000-watt NPR affiliate, where he was the lead play-by-play announcer for Fordham Athletics — earning recognition as the first three-time recipient of the Marty Glickman Award for Excellence in Play-By-Play.

Emmanuel has been honored to receive five awards from the New York State Broadcasters Association and Associated Press, and was twice named an All-American as part of STAA's Jim Nantz Award. He is a Long Island (Greenlawn, NY) native who enjoys playing the guitar, listening to early 2000's music, and never missing a morning (& sometimes afternoon!) iced coffee.

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