Radio Play By Play
Terry Smith joined the Angels flagship radio station, AM 830, KLAA in 2002 and became the Angels lead play-by-play announcer in 2010. Smith also hosts “Angel Talk”, the Halos’ post-game and hot stove call-in programs.
Before joining the Angels he served as the radio voice of the New York Yankees Triple-A affiliate Columbus Clippers for 19 seasons. From 1983-1997, Smith also served as Sports Director on WBNS AM in Columbus, Ohio and was simply known as The Voice serving as play-by-play announcer for the Ohio State University Football and Basketball Radio Network from 1986-1997. Smith was recognized three times by the Ohio Associated Press for his sportscasts and WBNS AM was named the Outstanding Sports Operation in Ohio six times by the Associated Press.
Smith started his baseball broadcasting career in 1978, calling games for the Jacksonville Suns and later called games for the Memphis Chicks from 1981-82. At Memphis, Smith also worked as the Sports Director on WHBQ AM, anchoring sports on the morning and afternoon drive shows.
The Philadelphia, PA native attended Temple University, where he played collegiate club hockey, as well as Jones College in Jacksonville, FL which has produced the likes of actors Joe Piscopo and Jay Thomas. In February, 2002 Smith made his on-screen debut as a broadcaster in the baseball movie, A Little Inside, which aired on HBO and Showtime. He assists in Angels Community Relations with appearances and has served as Honorary Chair of the Orange County Learning for Lifes Exploring program. Smith and his wife Sonia have one son, Jordan, a student at UC Santa Barbara, and make their home in Ladera Ranch, CA.
Radio Color Analyst
Mark Langston enters his fourth full season on the Angels broadcast team as Color Analyst.
Langston pitched 16 seasons at the Major League level, including eight with the Angels. He was originally drafted by Seattle in the 1981 draft and pitched for the Mariners (1984-1989) and Montreal Expos (1989) before joining the Angels prior to the 1990 season.
On April 11, 1990 Langston and Mike Witt combined to pitch the eighth no-hitter in Angels history and the ﬁrst combined no-hitter in club history. He pitched to an 88-74 record with a 3.97 ERA in his eight seasons with the Angels before ﬁnishing his career with the San Diego Padres (1998) and Cleveland Indians (1999). A four-time All-Star, Langston also won seven Gold Glove Awards, including ﬁve straight from 1991-1995 with the Angels.
After retiring, Langston became the head baseball coach at Orange Lutheran High School where he guided the Lancers to a playoff berth in 2002.
A native of San Diego, Langston resides in Laguna Beach with his wife Michelle. The couple has two daughters, Katie and Gabrielle.