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ESPN TABS A KENNEDY: EX-BOSOX SKIPPER ADDED AS MLB ANALYST
Published March 19, 1997
Former Red Sox manager Kevin Kennedy has been hired as a color analyst by ESPN (Sean McAdam, Providence JOURNAL- BULLETIN, 3/18). Kennedy, who is still being paid by the Red Sox, will work west coast games for ESPN "as well as some radio." He will make his debut on the Phillies-Dodgers game on April 1, and will work the Red Sox-Angels opener on April 2 (Gordon Edes, BOSTON GLOBE, 3/19). Former MLB pitcher Joe Magrane has also been added to ESPN's "Wednesday Night Baseball" telecasts. He will make his debut on April 1 for the Twins-Tigers (ESPN).