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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
  • Talking Blues Hockey with Strickland

    The Blues are winless in their last four games following their latest loss at home to Montreal.  Is there a hockey hangover after winning the Cup?   We talk it over with Andy Strickland from Fox Sports Midwest and 590 The Fan.  

  • Cardinals React to Game 2 Loss

    The Cardinals lose to the Washington Nationals 3-1 and now trail 2 games to none in the NLCS.  FOX-2’s Charlie Marlow with the Cards post-game reaction, which includes the Nats winning pitcher Max Scherzer.  

  • Cards Blast Braves, Then Celebrate

    The Cardinals rocked the Braves 13-1 to advance to the NLCS.  FOX-2’s Charlie Marlow was in Atlanta to witness the historic 1st inning outburst and takes us inside the winning clubhouse.

  • TKO: Mike Shannon Was Right

    Mike Shannon always says the reason he loves going to the ballpark is because you might just see something you’ve never seen.  The Cardinals legend has told me that many times.  Game 5 of the NLDS the latest example as the Cardinals scored an historic 10 runs in the first inning.  The latest TKO (The Kilcoyne Opinion) is all about the players as we go inside the Cards clubhouse.

  • TKO: Have Cards Satisfied Fans?

    The Cardinals made it back to October.  Fans were anxious to see playoff baseball once again.   So now that they’ve made it to a Game 5 in what has been an entertaining NLDS, is that considered a success no matter what happens in Wednesday’s Game 5?  It’s the subject of the latest TKO (The Kilcoyne Opinion).

  • TKO: Does Yadi Look Tired?

    Yadier Molina got his first taste of the postseason in 2004.   15 years later he still looks like a little kid celebrating a Cardinals win.    Monday’s dramatic NLDS win over the Braves  just added to the Molina Cards resume’.   It’s the subject of the latest TKO (The Kilcoyne Opinion).  

  • TKO: Blues Ready To Move On

    The coach has said it.   The GM has said it.  They want the Blues to move on.   No more talk about the Stanley Cup.    After losing the home opener that message will probably get louder.  It’s the subject of the latest TKO (The Kilcoyne Opinion).  

  • TKO: It’s October, Anything Can Happen

    The calendar flipped to October and the drama was also taken to the next level.  The month brings us Halloween and hockey, but also playoff baseball.      It’s the focus of the latest TKO (The Kilcoyne Opinion).  

  • TKO: We Went Cards

    The Cardinals are a tough sell as the underdog franchise, but in recent years the Cubs and Brewers have had more success.  It made the division clincher even sweeter as the Cardinals won the Central Division for the first time since 2015.   It’s the subject of the latest TKO (The Kilcoyne Opinion).

  • TKO: No Reason To Wait

    It should really be the dream scenario.  The Cardinals can clinch a division title while playing the Chicago Cubs at Busch Stadium.   It’s just that the  Brewers won’t stop winning.    Milwaukee has gone 17-2 over their last 19 games.   When the Cardinals clinch is the subject of the latest TKO (The Kilcoyne Opinion).

  • TKO: Cards KO Cubs

      The Cardinals sweep over the Cubs at Wrigley Field was historic.  It may have also served notice that the Cards have gotten tired of chasing the Cubs in the Central race.  It’s the subject of the latest TKO (The Kilcoyne Opinion).

  • The Latest Tkachuk On Sports Scene

    The Tkachuk name is synonymous with the game of hockey.   Keith played nearly two decades in the NHL including two stints with the St. Louis Blues.   His sons Matthew and Brady are currently in the NHL.   But Keith and Chantal Tkachuk’s youngest child might just be the best athlete in the family.   FOX-2’s Zac Choate has the story with the latest Athlete of the Week.

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