Sean Kimerling, Emmy-winning sportscaster, dies at 37
NEW YORK (AP) Sean Kimerling, an Emmy award-winning sportscaster for WPIX-TV's ''The WB11 News at Ten,'' died Tuesday of complications from testicular cancer, the station said. He was 37.
Kimerling, a native of Westchester County, joined WPIX as weekend sports anchor in December 1997 after working similar jobs in Texas and Oklahoma. He also served as a commentator on WPIX broadcasts of New York Mets games.
He won an Emmy in 2002 for best professional sports coverage of the Mets.
The Mets marked his death before Tuesday's game against Florida with a moment of silence.
Kimerling received his bachelor's degree from Georgetown and earned a master's degree in broadcast journalism from Southern California.
He is survived by his parents, a brother and a sister.
Funeral arrangements were incomplete.