ESPN director Kyle Brown dead at 42 after ‘medical emergency’ at NCAA baseball tournament




NY Post

June 12, 2023

Kyle Brown and his family. Top row, from left to right: Makayla, Megan, Kyle. Bottom row, from left to right: Camden, Carson, Madyn. ESPN

ESPN director Kyle Brown died on Saturday after suffering a “medical emergency” at an NCAA baseball super regional in Winston Salem, N.C., the outlet announced.

He was 42.

The super regional matchup between No. 16 Alabama and No. 1 Wake Forest — which the Demon Deacons ended up winning 5-4 — was delayed for two hours for what officials claimed was a “non-game-related medical event,” according to USA Today.

“A 16-year ESPN employee, Kyle was a deeply admired member of our production team — and highly accomplished, having captured two Sports Emmy Awards while working a multitude of sports from baseball and basketball to Monday Night Football and college football,” ESPN said in a statement on Sunday.

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