Get it? Because Comcast SportsNet’s Jaymee Sire is not only a very cute sideline reporter for sports, but is apparently quite the foodie? Anyways. I don’t get out to the Bay Area all that often, but if you’re a regular thereaways, you might have have caught the sparkling blonde at work for the San Francisco Giants, Oakland A’s, Golden State Warriors and San Jose Sharks. IF not? Hey, no time like the present to get caught up.
Her bio from her Facebook page:
Jaymee Sire joined Comcast SportsNet Bay Area in January 2008 and has reported for San Francisco Giants, Oakland A’s, Golden State Warriors and San Jose Sharks telecasts and pre and post game shows. She also hosts Giants Magazine, and serves as one of the anchors Comcast SportsNet Bay Area’s flagship show SportsNet Central. She has also hosted A’s in Japan, which earned her a regional Emmy. She joined the network from KFMB-TV in San Diego, CA, where she worked as a sports reporter from 2003-2008.
For two seasons (2005-2006), she was a sideline reporter for KFMB’s San Diego Chargers preseason broadcasts that aired locally in San Diego and on the NFL Network. During her time with KFMB, Sire received several broadcasting accolades, including the Pacific Southwest Emmy Award for Best Sports Story in 2007 and the RTNA Golden Mike Award (Southern California) for Best Sports Feature Reporting in 2004. Prior to joining KFMB, Sire was a news and sports anchor/reporter at KRTV, in her hometown of Great Falls, MT.
Jaymee attended Washington State University where she was a reporter and news anchor for WSU Cable 8. A graduate of the Edward R. Murrow School of Communication at Washington State University in 2002, Sire received the prestigious Judith Waller Award for Outstanding Senior Woman in Broadcasting in 2002.
You can follow her cooking adventures here. Jaymee doing work:
Pics via Jamyee’s Facebook page and CSN Bay Area / Thanks to Dave for the h/t