Martin has been with the station since 1997 and has been the primary Sports Anchor since 2000. In addition to anchoring sports Sunday through Thursday, Martin hosts “Rams Weekly” Monday’s at 6:30pm.

A St.Louis native, Martin went to C.B.C. high school before heading to Marquette University. His broadcast career has included stops at KNAZ-TV in Flagstaff, Arizona; WJFW-TV in Rhinelander, Wisconsin; and WISC-TV in Madison, Wisconsin.

Martin’s time in the Northwoods included covering snowmobile racing and ice fishing. Career highlights include covering Brett Favre’s win in Super Bowl XXXI, Mark McGwire’s homer pursuit of Roger Maris, and the Rams improbable run to the Super Bowl XXXIV title, and the Cardinals World Series win in 2006.


Recent Articles
  • Let’s meet at Stan: Musial statue dedicated 50 years ago

    ST. LOUIS – Fifty years ago Saturday, Stan the Man was immortalized forever. Our partners at the Saint Louis Post-Dispatch reminded us that the statue of Stan Musial was unveiled outside the previous Busch Stadium on August 4, 1968. Some critics over the years have pointed out that it doesn’t exactly look like All-Star player, but how many thousands of Cardinal fans have used Stan the Man as their meeting spot before games. More coverage from the Post-Dispatch

  • Cardinals interim manager sits down with Fox 2’s Martin Kilcoyne

    ST. LOUIS – The Cardinals are out of town and begin the second half of the season Thursday night in Chicago. With one game under his belt, Mike Shildt is now trying to orchestra a second-half turnaround, as the Cardinals interim manager. Fox 2 Sports Director Martin Kilcoyne spent some time with Shildt this afternoon at Busch Stadium. Being a manager in baseball has become a bit of a glamor position. Handed to former players with big league resumes. Whether […]

  • Mike Shannon spins fishing and baseball tails with Fox 2

    ST. LOUIS – For nearly 50 years, Mike Shannon has been in the broadcast booth for the Cardinals. Before that, he was a 2-time World Champion playing for the Cardinals.   But when he wants to get away from it all, he goes fishing.    Recently Fox 2’s Sports Director Martin Kilcoyne spent a day at the lake with the Cardinals icon.

  • How Ozzie Smith helped St. Louis land 100th PGA Championship

    ST. LOUIS – The greatest golfers in the world will be in St. Louis next month.  One of the Cardinals all-time greats helped make it happen. Fox 2 Sports Director has the story of Ozzie Smith’s role in helping Bellerive Country Club secure the 100th PGA Championship.  

  • Cardinals fire Matheny with team hovering near .500

    ST. LOUIS (AP) _ The St. Louis Cardinals have fired manager Mike Matheny during his seventh season with the team hovering around .500. The Cardinals announced Matheny’s firing after an 8-2 loss to the Cincinnati Reds on Saturday night, a defeat that dropped St. Louis to 47-46 and seven games back of the NL Central-leading Chicago Cubs. Matheny went 591-473 as manager, and his tenure included a loss to the Boston Red Sox in the 2013 World Series. Matheny was […]

  • Baseball union head says rebuilding teams threaten integrity

    NEW YORK (AP) _ Baseball players’ union head Tony Clark says the number of rebuilding teams and unsigned free agents in a historically slow market “threatens the very integrity of our game.” Clark issued a statement Tuesday and spoke in a telephone interview with The Associated Press. He says “a significant number of teams are engaged in a race to the bottom” and “this conduct is a fundamental breach of the trust between a team and its fans.” Just 53 […]

  • Basketball community deals with tragic loss

    ST. LOUIS – He was a former state champion in basketball that lost his life after what police believe was an accidental shooting. Eric Clark was a regular at Vashon basketball practices.  He didn’t play there, but his former coach is there.  Clark liked being around other people and other people liked being around him. FOX-2 Sports Director Martin Kilcoyne talks to Tony Irons about the tragic death of the player who was known by many as “Smoov”.

  • Open-Wheel Racing makes triumphant return to Gateway Motorsports Park

    MADISON, IL – On Saturday, Open-Wheel Racing made a triumphant return to St. Louis. Indy Car racers took to the one and a quarter mile track at Gateway Motorsports Park for the Bommarito Automotive Group 500.  Gates opened at 10:00am for a day full of fun for fans. The race was under the lights, starting at 8:00pm. The winner? Josef Newgarden, who moved to Team Penske for 2017. The crowd was estimated at about 45,000 people. Congrats @JosefNewgarden, @Team_Penske, and @TeamChevy […]

  • TKO: Lawsuits involving Scottrade Center renovations

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. _FOX 2 Sports Director Martin Kilcoyne’s TKO “The Kilcoyne Opinion,” focused on the latest lawsuits involving renovations at Scottrade Center. TKO says it’s just the latest example of St Louis dysfunction.

  • Kurt Warner to be inducted into the Pro-Football Hall of Fame

    CANTON, OH – Former Rams quarterback Kurt Warner is one of seven being inducted into the Pro-Football Hall of Fame’s Class of 2017. That induction is Saturday night. FOX-2’s Sports Director Martin Kilcoyne is in Canton, Ohio with a preview.  

  • MLS commissioner rallies support for soccer stadium

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – The push to bring Major League Soccer to St. Louis got a boost Monday evening. The Major League Soccer commissioner held a MLS to STL rally at Ballpark Village at 5:30 pm. Fox 2 Sports Director Martin Kilcoyne was at the rally, where city officials and the proposed expansion team ownership rallied support for an expansion team for St. Louis and for passage of 2 tax measures to fund the construction of a soccer stadium just […]

  • TKO – Lets see what Illini coach Nancy Fahey can do at the next level

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Trent Green got hurt and the Rams were screwed. Except, they weren’t because the guy on the bench could actually play. Kurt Warner worked out just fine. For a while we we’re convinced that everybody holding a clipboard was destined for Canton. The point is sometimes somebody just needs a chance. Which is why I love the Illini hire of Nancy Fahey. Why not see what she can do at the next level. The Warner […]