About

My name's Kenny and I'm an incoming senior at Fordham University. I started writing for B/R in January of 2011, and I'm happy to say that I've worked up the ranks on the site.

I'm a member of B/R's Breaking News Team covering anything from badminton to table tennis (and, you know, football and stuff).

Check out my personal blog, Warning Track Power, if you want more from me about the wonderful world of baseball. http://wtpower.wordpress.com/

I'm also a member of the Pro Football Writers of America (@PFWAwriters) and the Internet Baseball Writers Association of America (@IBWAA).

Follow me on the Twitter: @KennyDeJohn_BR

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  • Adam King posted 72 days ago

    Adam King

    Dude I love your article about the Yankees acquiring Cliff Lee, Cole Hammels, and Matt Kemp. The deal you suggest are very realistic and the Yanks wouldn't be giving up to much. They're no brainers. Come on Cashman get them done.

  • Christopher Chester posted 105 days ago

    Christopher Chester

    Go change your Article: World Cup 2014 Predictions: Final-Score Projections for Day 6 Group Play
    You have Brazil winning for Belgium....

  • Peter F. Richman posted 145 days ago

    Peter F. Richman

    Nice work picking up that Yanks stock report for this past week, Kenny. Hopefully I didn't set the universe off track by skipping it. You heading to any games soon?

  • b Cecere posted 181 days ago

    b Cecere

    i know you're young... maybe just stick to football... i just read your imperative that roger get his serve together quick(ly)... at this time, tennis is not something about which you are conversant. if they tell you to write a blurb about tennis... tell 'em "no. not till i know more."

  • Matt Spears posted 230 days ago

    Matt Spears

    You're welcome, Kenny. It was a pleasure to work with you.

  • William Petram posted 232 days ago

    William Petram

    Hi Kenny,
    Congratulations on your achievements indicated in your bio above. I spent some quality time with a journalist while she was in college and later while she worked as a news reporter in my home town. I learned enough of the trade through her to know you should be proud of what you’ve accomplished.
    Your online b/r article, “Biathlon Medal Results and Times from Olympic 2014 Women’s 7.5km Sprint” was of particular interest to me. Having competed in biathlon, I eagerly seek race results at each Winter Olympics. I’m pleased to find more information in 2014 than in the past, thanks in part to you.
    May I offer though, a more positive way to state your comments about Team USA. I'd have said:
    “Susan Dunklee posted the highest ever finish in this event for Team USA at 14th place. Her total time was 21 minutes, 48.5 seconds behind Kuzmina.
    Teammate Sara Studebaker finished in 44th place.”
    Kenny, our athletes work as hard at what they do, as you do at what you do. It’s likely only a good journalist will ever be in a position to give them recognition for their body of work. That journalist may as well be you.

    Pete Petram
    ppetram@mtaonline.net

  • William Petram posted 232 days ago

    William Petram

    Congratulations on your achievements indicated in your bio above. I spent some quality time with a journalist while she was in college and later while she worked as a news reporter in my home town. I learned enough of the trade through her to know you should be proud of what you’ve accomplished.
    Your online b/r article, “Biathlon Medal Results and Times from Olympic 2014 Women’s 7.5km Sprint” was of particular interest to me. Having competed in biathlon, I eagerly seek race results at each Winter Olympics. I’m pleased to find more information in 2014 than in the past, thanks in part to you.
    May I offer though, a more positive way to state your comments about Team USA. I'd have said:
    “Susan Dunklee posted the highest ever finish in this event for Team USA at 14th place. Her total time was 21 minutes, 48.5 seconds behind Kuzmina.
    Teammate Sara Studebaker finished in 44th place.”
    Kenny, our athletes work as hard at what they do, as you do at what you do. It’s likely only a good journalist will ever be in a position to give them recognition for their body of work. That journalist may as well be you.

  • Ron Anon posted 233 days ago

    Ron Anon

    Hey, Kenny. Now that you have an article on the "medal count", how about keeping a running "real medal count" by country, but this time by attributing the medal to where each athlete actually lives and trains, rather than on the country they claim to represent? After all, the whole reason of having a medal count by country is sort of a pride thing - whose country produces the best athletes. I would argue that the real medal count should be calculated by where the athlete has lived and trained the most over the past 4 years, since the last Olympics.

  • Bill Simpson posted 274 days ago

    Bill Simpson

    Hey man check out my Rockets analysis:

    http://spacecityscoop.com/2013/12/30/5-roadblocks-preventing-houston-rockets-winning-west-2/

  • Dong Long posted 279 days ago

    Dong Long

    Fordham is a mediocre school.

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