Tim Kurkjian (/ ˈ k ɜːr k dʒ ən /; born December 10, 1956) is a Major League Baseball (MLB) analyst on ESPN's Baseball Tonight and SportsCenter. He is also a contributor to ESPN The Magazine and ESPN.com .
ESPN analyst Tim Kurkjian was honored by the Baseball Hall of Fame on Saturday, earning the Baseball Writers' Association of America's Career Excellence Award.
Tim Kurkjian (from left) with his older brothers, Andy and Matt. Matt was diagnosed with ALS last summer, a month after MLB's inaugural Lou Gehrig Day. Courtesy of Tim Kurkjian
MLB Analyst. Tim Kurkjian joined ESPN in March 1998 as both a reporter for Baseball Tonight and a senior writer. Known for his passionate storytelling and insight, he continues to provide analysis through his writing and regular appearances on Baseball Tonight and SportsCenter.
ESPN baseball analyst Tim Kurkjian is headed to the Hall of Fame-- and we couldn't be prouder. We also couldn't miss the opportunity to express just how much he means to us around here.
After four decades of covering Major League Baseball, longtime writer and ESPN analyst Tim Kurkjian is the 2022 winner of the Baseball Writers' Association of America's Career Excellence Award...
July 23, 2022, 12:59 PM COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. -- The love affair that ESPN's Tim Kurkjian has enjoyed for decades with the sport of baseball -- and everyone associated with it -- reached its pinnacle on Saturday when he was honored as this year's recipient of the BBWAA Career Excellence Award.
On Saturday afternoon, Tim will have his life-changing Cooperstown moment, as the 2022 winner of the Baseball Writers’ Association of America’s Career Excellence Award. I’ll be there, because how...
NEW YORK — Tim Kurkjian of ESPN, a former Orioles beat writer for The Sun, has been voted the Baseball Writers’ Association of America’s Career Excellence Award and will be presented with ...
ESPN analyst Tim Kurkjian is the 2022 winner of the BBWAA Career Excellence Award, the National Baseball Hall of Fame announced Tuesday. Kurkjian will be honored with the award -- which was established in 1962 and is presented annually “for meritorious contributions to baseball writing” -- during the Hall of.