About Trenni Kusnierek
Trenni Kusnierek is an MLB Network on-air reporter, and appears both in-studio and on assignment for MLB Tonight and Hot Stove. Kusnierek interviews players and coaches for 30 Clubs in 30 Days.
A Milwaukee native, Kusnierek joined the FSN-Wisconsin’s Brewers coverage in 2008, and has covered the Super Bowl, and two each of BCS National Championships, MLB All-Star Games and US Opens.
Kusnierek was a sports anchor and reporter for FSN Pittsburgh between 2003 and 2007, where she hosted Pittsburgh Sports Tonight and the Midwest Sports Report, and was sideline reporter at Pirates, Penguins, Steelers, Pitt, Penn State and West Virginia games.
Prior to joining FSN Pittsburgh, Kusnierek spent two years at Milwaukee’s WDJT-TV 58, where she anchored sportscasts and reported on professional, college and high school sports. Kusnierek also worked in the WQOW-TV’s sports department in Eau Claire, Wisc.
A graduate of Marquette University’s broadcast and electronic journalism program, Kusnierek is an avid marathon runner, and qualified for the 2010 Boston Marathon with a time of a 3:37:02 in Milwaukee’s Lakefront Marathon.
Baseball! (Of course…) I’m also a marathoner, yogi, and triathlete in training. Ultramarathons are next on the list. I love to read and write, shop in New York, and travel the world. I’m kind of a nerd who prefers documentaries to feature films. However, I love to laugh until my stomach hurts and you’ll often find me dancing. Everywhere. I think everyone should volunteer and support a cause (or causes) they believe in, hence my favorite quote: “You must be the change you wish to see in the world.” Mahatma Gandhi