Airing since April 2013, the regular season studio show MLB Now represents two different groups of baseball fans and how they watch the game today as Kenny, armed with his analytic acumen, matches wits with 12-year MLB veteran and MLB Network analyst Harold Reynolds on daily news across the league.
Clubhouse Confidential, which launched in November 2011 and airs in the offseason, discusses and debates the day's news and moves using modern statistical research and value projection.
A more than 25-year national TV and radio veteran, Kenny also hosts The Brian Kenny Show weekdays on NBC Sports Radio and serves as a host for Showtime Boxing.
Kenny joined MLB Network from ESPN, where he was anchor of the 6 p.m. ET edition of SportsCenter, host of The Brian Kenny Show on ESPN Radio and Friday Night Fights on ESPN2.
Kenny previously served as an ESPN anchor for "Baseball Tonight," receiving a Sports Emmy Award in 2003. Kenny called play-by-play for ESPN's Wednesday Night Baseball and the World Baseball Classic and hosted ESPN's coverage of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony in Cooperstown, N.Y.
Kenny was named "Media Personality of the Year" by SI.com in 2004, and in 2005 he was the recipient of the Sam Taub Award, awarded by the Boxing Writers Association of America to the Boxing Broadcaster of the Year. Kenny appeared as himself in the 2006 film, "Rocky Balboa" and in the 2007 film, "Resurrecting the Champ."
Prior to joining ESPN, Kenny was Sports Director at WTZA-TV in Kingston, N.Y. for 11 years (1986-1997). While at WTZA, he won 11 New York State Broadcasters Association Awards and five Associated Press Awards for Journalistic Excellence. From 1985-1986, he was a news reporter then sports anchor at WLIG-TV in Riverhead, N.Y.
Kenny attended St. John's University and the New York Institute of Technology. He graduated magna cum laude from New York Tech in 1985. He and his wife Nicole have five children.