Kevin Burkhardt – born 2 March 1974 – is an American sports presenter.
He is currently one of the play-by-play voices for The NFL on FOX and a reporter with SportsNet New York (SNY), Burkhardt is the field reporter during New York Mets telecasts.
He calls select Mets game during both spring training and the regular season.
He will be the primary studio host for Major League Baseball (MLB) telecasts on FOX and Fox Sports 1 beginning with the 2015 season.
In 2013, Burkhardt began calling games for NFL on Fox, teaming with John Lynch and Erin Andrews as the network’s #2 announce team. This crew also called the divisional playoff game between the Saints and Seahawks on January 11, 2014.
Kevin called the 2020 XFL season alongside Greg Olsen on FS1.
Burkhardt lives in central New Jersey with his wife, Rachel, and son, Logan
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