Debbi Taylor


Debbi Taylor, Nationals Sideline Reporter

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Debbi Taylor comes to MASN from Sun Sports/FSN, where she was a sideline reporter for the Orlando-based Regional Sports Network. She was also a sports reporter for the Fox affiliate in Orlando where she covered the Daytona 500 and Super Bowl. Prior to Orlando, she anchored sports at the CBS/FOX affiliate in Providence, Rhode Island.

Debbi got her start in sports broadcasting from spending 6 years at the New England Sports Network (NESN) in Boston, where she hosted the morning show, as well as doing feature interviews and reporting for the Red Sox pre and post-game shows.

Debbi has won a national Emmy and two local Emmys, one for her trip to Cuba and "The Friendship Games." She was honored by the late Red Sox legend Ted Williams by being one of only two women included in the "Hitters Hall of Fame" (the other was longtime Red Sox owner Jean Yawkey).

Taylor is a native of Nashua, NH and grew up attending baseball games at Fenway Park with her mom and dad and four siblings. She is married to Wade Taylor and they have a daughter Kaitlyn.