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WFAN Yankees color analyst Suzyn Waldman nominated for the Radio Hall of Fame


John Sterling (l.) and Suzyn Waldman are giddy in booth, which, more than any stat, is measure of Yanks’ success. Corey Sipkin/Daily News (Corey Sipkin/New York Daily News)

Longtime WFAN color analyst Suzyn Waldman has been nominated for the Radio Hall of Fame. John Sterling’s partner in-crime is in her 32nd year of affiliation with WFAN. Listeners will be able to vote on Votem starting July 15. The public vote will be counted as one of the votes by the committee.

The inductees to the Hall of Fame will be announced on Aug. 5 with the ceremony being sometime this fall.

In 2005, Waldman became the first female full-time color commentator in Major League Baseball. She has held various tittles at WFAN such as midday host, beat reporter of the Knicks and Yankees, and analyst.

This isn’t Waldman’s first go-around with awards as she was named New York Sportscaster of the Year in 1996, inducted into the New York Radio Hall of Fame in 2016, and various other awards throughout the years. Most recently, Waldman was most recently named one of the most influential women in radio by Radio Ink magazine.

The Radio Hall of Fame could be the next big item on Waldman’s resume.