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Kenny Powers is a fictional world famous baseball player in the HBO television comedy series Eastbound & Down, played by Danny McBride. He is portrayed as a once dominant baseball pitcher, whose poor work ethic, ego, and short temper jeopardized his professional career. In season one, Powers becomes a substitute physical education teacher who is attempting to make a return to Major League Baseball.
Kenny Powers #55 — Baseball Superstar. As a nineteen year-old rookie for the Atlanta Braves, Kenny Powers was brought in to close out Game 7 of the 2002 World Series against the Baltimore Orioles.
Kenny Powers rose to fame with a patented catch phrase (“You’re fucking out!”), an arm like a “fucking rocket” and the “cock of a Burmese python,” but as much as he’s a brash character all of his...
As a rookie Kenny got the final out of the 2002 World Series (2-out bases loaded K). Now famous, he was “given the keys to the kingdom”, but decided to file for free agency in an ego-fueled press conference.
Kenny Powers was poised to rule the Big Leagues, but two things got in the way: his fading fastball and his insufferable personality. After a spectacular career flame-out, Kenny goes home to Shelby County, NC, to nurse his wounds and work as a gym teacher at his old middle school. Written byHBO.
Danny McBride stars as former pitcher and baseball star, Kenny Powers, who finds himself out of baseball — and reduced to teaching Phys Ed at his old middle school. Select Your Season Season 1
If you haven’t seen the show, think of Kenny Powers as the R-rated version of Ricky Vaughn. Attempts to swoon former high school sweetheart April Buchanon (played by Katy Mixon) backfire. Retreating to Mexico and playing independent league baseball for the Charros earns him the nickname “La Flama Blanca.” Constant harassment of personal assistant Stevie Janowski (played by Steve Little) only fuels the show’s hilarious antics.