Kenny Mayne -- known for his offbeat style, dry humor, and unique sayings (“thanks for having electricity”) and home run calls (“I am amused by the simplicity of this game!”) – has served a variety of roles in more than 10 years with ESPN. He has hosted such divergent shows as SportsCenter, RPM 2Night and the game show 2-Minute Drill. He currently provides features to SportsCenter and “The Mayne Event” segments to Sunday NFL Countdown and hosts ESPN’s horse racing coverage.
Kenny Mayne joined ESPN2 in May 1994 as a SportSmash anchor, providing five-minute score and news reports every half-hour, and as a feature reporter for SportsNight. Beginning in September 1995, Kenny Mayne served as the original host of ESPN2’s weekend auto racing news and highlights programs, Sunday morning’s RPM 2Day and RPM 2Night on Saturday and Sunday. He also occasionally anchored SportsCenter until assuming that role fulltime in August 1997.
Prior to joining ESPN, Kenny Mayne had served as a freelance reporter and field producer for the network from 1990-1994. “During that time,”...
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