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.
The Angels Hot Stove Show with Trent Rush brings you Angels news and notes, and interviews with Angels insiders.
Show runs Sunday mornings at 10:00 AM and during the week on various days and times.
|Trent Rush is the host of the Angels Recap post game show, airing after Angels home games on AM830 in Los Angeles. Use #AngelsRecap on twitter to join in on the conversation after every home game. Rush is also AM830s weekday morning Sports Reporter with three reports an hour including the hourly Angels Replay featuring Angels news and highlights of the game the night before.
Rush also calls play by play for ESPN, working Big West conference games on ESPN3. Rush has also called games on Time Warner Cable SportsNet, KDOC-TV, and various online outlets. Sports he’s called include baseball, basketball, football, softball, volleyball. soccer, lacrosse, tennis, and field hockey.
Prior to his current work at AM830 and ESPN3, Rush was the play-by-play voice of Long Beach State Baseball and called national high school football games in Orange, Los Angeles, and San Diego counties for local television.
Miss a show? No problem! Listen to Angels Recap anytime on our podcast page: AM830.net/podcast
Saturday 5:00 - 7:00 AM
Join Sergio and the ANGLER CHRONICLES Crew: Capt. Larry Moore & Ron Hobbs
(Owner Hooks Fishing Schools),Tony Williams from the Bite On Fishing Team and our good friend
Steve Carson, for an exciting, action-packed 2 hour-broadcast.
Join us every Saturday morning, from 5AM - 7AM on AM830.
Get all the latest info on saltwater & freshwater fishing from our local waters directly from the captains and the
Angler Chronicles Crew! Join us “LIVE” on the web at: AM830.net or by downloading the free AM830 app,
available on android and iphone.
We’re LIVE and we’d love to hear from you! Call us at 714-2-830.830.
Saturdays at Noon
Doctor in the Dugout is a one hour show hosted by Dr. Alan Beyer and Dr. Jonathan Kaplan of the Hoag Orthopedic Institute, and runs on Saturdays. Featuring the Doctors' distinctive wit and keen insights on sports, Doctor in the Dugout provides an entertaining twist on sports medicine-related topics and current injury reports, and features special guests and more.
In addition to baseball news, the program covers a variety of current events in the world of sports and sports medicine. Dr. Beyer and Dr. Kaplan answer questions sent in by email and fields calls from listeners. For upcoming show dates, see the schedule below.
Alan H. Beyer, M.D., F.A.C.S. is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon specializing in sports medicine, arthroscopic surgery of the knee and total knee replacement. Dr. Beyer graduated from Georgetown University School of Medicine. During his residency at the Hospital for Joint Diseases in New York, he became the Chief Resident of Orthopedics and completed a sports medicine fellowship at the Kerlan-Jobe Orthopedic Clinic. His passion for sports influenced his decision to pursue this specialty and thus in a vocation where preserving an active lifestyle is a key focus.
Dr. Jonathan Kaplan is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon at Hoag Orthopedic Institute. He is fellowship trained to treat patients with foot and ankle injuries and conditions. Dr. Kaplan completed his orthopedic surgery residency at the Los Angeles County/University of Southern California Medical Center and is currently a partner at the Orthopaedic Specialty Institute in Orange, California. He is on the forefront of minimally invasive bunion correction, arthritis treatment, and deformity correction, not only as a clinician, but also as an instructor in these techniques.
Doctor In The Dugout Schedule
|Saturday||6/22/2019||12:00-1:00 PM||No show - Early Angels Game|
|Saturday||6/29/2019||12:00-1:00 PM||Chris Jordan - CEO of JRX Biotech, who will speak about how transdermal drug delivery technology has been used to further agronomy at golf courses by attracting H2O.|
|Saturday||7/6/2019||12:00-1:00 PM||No show - Early Angels Game|
|Saturday||7/13/2019||12:00-1:00 PM||Paul McDonald - Former NFL quarterback for the Cleveland Browns and Dallas Cowboys. Prior to his career in the NFL, he played quarterback for the University of Southern California (USC).|
|Saturday||7/20/2019||12:00-1:00 PM||Steve Dunning - Former MLB pitcher who was the second player to go straight to the Major Leagues after being drafted without spending a day in the minors. In 1971, Dunning had the distinction of hitting a grand slam home, the last by an American League pitcher until 2008.|
|Saturday||7/27/2019||12:00-1:00 PM||Julie Heldman - Former professional tennis player and Olympian who won 22 women's singles titles. In 1974, she was ranked World No. 5, her highest career ranking.|
|Saturday||8/3/2019||12:00-1:00 PM||Pat McInally - Former punter and wide receiver for the Cincinnati Bengals. McInally is the first graduate from Harvard to play in the NFL Pro Bowl and Super Bowl, doing both during the 1981 season.|
Special thanks to the show's title sponsor: Hoag Orthopedic Institute.
Studio Call-In: 714 2 830 830
PODCAST OF PREVIOUS SHOWS: http://www.orthopedichospital.com/Video-Center/Doctor-in-the-Dugout.aspx
Radio Play By Play
Steve Carroll is the radio play-by-play voice of the Anaheim Ducks , having called more than 1500 regular-season games since joining the club. A veteran of over 40 years as a play-by-play announcer, Carroll joined the Ducks in 1999-00 and celebrated his 1,000th regular-season broadcast with Anaheim on Mar. 2, 2013 vs. Phoenix.
After landing his first play-by-play job as voice of the Mineral Area Junior College Men’s Basketball Team (Flat River, Missouri) in 1976, Carroll has gone on to broadcast in several sports at both the college and professional levels. The long list of baseball teams includes the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, the Nashville Sounds (Triple-A), Huntsville Stars (Double-A) and Iowa Cubs (Triple-A). He has been employed in nine states and has called action in every state with the exception of Alaska and Idaho. At one point in the mid-1990s, Carroll was in Nashville broadcasting for five teams in three sports while freelancing for a newspaper. His work included covering the Nashville Knights of the ECHL and Vanderbilt University basketball and football (radio and television).
Carroll joined the Ducks after spending the previous two seasons handling the radio play-by-play duties for the New Orleans Brass of the ECHL, including serving in the communications, media relations and corporate sales departments. He also called games for the New Orleans Zephyrs, a Triple-A affiliate of the Houston Astros, from 1996-98. In addition, he handled play-by-play for the New Orleans Storm professional soccer team.
Carroll has previous NHL broadcasting experience with the Philadelphia Flyers, serving as radio play-by-play announcer for the 1995-96 season. He also called action for the New Haven Nighthawks of the AHL during the 1985-86 season and the Des Moines Buccaneers (USHL) from 1981-85.
A native of St. Louis, MO, Carroll is also a contributor to AnaheimDucks.com, the club’s official team website. On behalf of the team, he’s served as an emcee at several charity events during the season and in the summer months. Along with his work with the Angels in 2011 as co-host of “Angels Today,” Carroll also co-hosted “This Week in Angels Baseball” for two years on Adelphia Cable in Southern California.
Steve and his wife, Rhonda, reside in Ladera Ranch, CA.
Radio Color Analyst
Dan Wood is the radio color analyst for the Anaheim Ducks. Wood, who was named to his position on Aug. 24, 2009, joins Steve Carroll in the Ducks radio broadcast booth for all pre-, regular and postseason games, led by flagship station AM 830 KLAA. In addition to his duties as radio color analyst, Wood also contributes to AnaheimDucks.com.
An 18-year veteran writer of NHL hockey, Wood covered the Ducks for the Orange County Register from 2000-09, including the club’s run to the 2007 Stanley Cup championship. Prior to joining the Register, Wood covered the San Jose Sharks for the Contra Costa Times from the team’s inception in 1991 until 2000.
A professional sportswriter since June 1980, Wood previously covered Stanford University football, men’s and women’s basketball, Bay Area college baseball and St. Mary’s College basketball, as well as high school and local sports.
Born in Ely, NV, Wood grew up in Livermore, CA, in the East Bay portion of the San Francisco Bay Area. He graduated from Livermore High School in 1976 and San Jose State University in 1980 (journalism major, sociology minor). He currently resides in Anaheim, CA with wife, Kim. His daughter, Jennifer, resides in Nashville, TN and his son, Kenny, lives in San Diego, CA.
The four-hour late night show recaps the top sports news events of the day and the biggest storylines from the games of the evening, mixing opinion, personality, and live guests and reporters. Each weeknight, Freddie & Fitzsimmons focuses on what fans are talking about that day as well as what we expect they will talk about tomorrow.
Community Cares is our outreach program where we present people and organizations in our community doing good things that you might not otherwise be aware of. The show is hosted by Tammy Trujillo, a familiar voice here in Southern California, having been a news anchor, reporter and show host on several L.A. area stations.
AM830 congratulates our Community Cares program for winning an RTNA Golden Mic award.
It won for a very special episode that aired called "Justin Carr Wants World Peace".
A story about a teen, Justin Carr, who died suddenly two years ago. After his death, his parents, Susan and Darrell came to learn just how wonderful a kid he was. They'd always known he was smart, artistic, compassionate, but it was only after his death that they really began to understand how deep those traits were and so they have carried on in his name, promoting many of his programs and dreams. It's a very wonderful and inspiring story!
Tune in every Sunday at 5:30am & 10:00pm, award winning Southern Califorina broadcaster Tammy Trujillo covers the issues & organizations from the Southern Califorina area that matter to you, your family & your community!
Tammy Trujillo has been working in the entertainment industry since the age of 2, taking time off to attend Long Beach Poly High School. Professionally voice-trained as a child, when the time came to decide what to do as a career, the phrase “I love music and people say I have a good voice” came to mind.
She joined KLAA as Public Service Director in 2012, but it was actually a return for her to Angel Stadium. Tammy interned for the Angels while doing graduate work at Cal State Fullerton and then went on to cover the Angels, along with the other Southern California pro sports teams, for her own company, Sportswatch Radio, during 1990.
She holds numerous RTNA Golden Mike Awards, one of the broadcasting industry’s highest honors. Her company, Creative Radio Resources, has also been honored with two Gold Hermes Creative Awards. Tammy is a full-time professor at Mt. San Antonio College, heading up the Radio Broadcasting Program. Prior to Mt. SAC, she held faculty positions in the Broadcasting programs at Cal State Northridge, Long Beach City College (where she is member of the school’s Hall of Fame) and Orange Coast College as well as with several private Broadcasting schools.
She is a Board member of Pasadena’s Crown City News and a former Board member of APTRA-the Associated Press-Television Radio Association. Tammy lives in the Pasadena area with her musician husband Randy and their family of wonderful rescued dogs and cats.
NFL Football on AM830.
Notre Dame Football on AM830. For 2018 Notre Dame games will be called by Paul Burmeister, Play by Play, Ryan Harris, Color Analyst, and Jack Nolan, Field analyst.
with Host Andy Harris and Special Guest Chefs Saturdays 10:00 AM - Noon
“The SoCal Restaurant Show,” the ultimate locals’ guide to food and restaurants, can be heard on AM 830 KLAA each Saturday morning from 10:00 a.m. to 12 Noon. It’s hosted by a rotating collection of nationally prominent celebrity chef guest hosts and seasoned food, libation, and travel journalist, Andy Harris. This live, fast-moving, 2-hour, interactive show shares the hosts’ vast global food knowledge and is presented with a light and humorous edge. Substantive interviews with top celebrity chefs and entertaining culinary personalities are part of the weekly fun.
The program, launched October 6, 2012, showcases as guests the true luminaries of the culinary word and the listener really gets to know the featured personalities. Chef Jet Tila was the original host. As “Emeritus Host” he still contributes to the show as his busy schedule allows. You know Chef Jet from Food TV as one of the regular, solo, judges on Food Network’s hit series, “Cutthroat Kitchen” with Alton Brown. He’s also the Royal Thai Governments’ official Culinary Ambassador to the United States.
The “SoCal Restaurant Show” is proud to have already welcomed celebrated national personalities including Rick Bayless, Scott Conant, Graham Elliot, Carla Hall, Thomas Keller, Marcus Samuelsson, Wolfgang Puck and Andrew Zimmern. Fascinating local personalities of note are also part of the program mix.
About Producer/Co-Host Andrew Harris
The show runner for “The SoCal Restaurant Show” is veteran specialty radio show producer Andrew Harris who is also an accredited food, wine & travel journalist. Before joining AM 830 KLAA Harris produced (starting in 1998) popular, and long running, food radio shows previously heard on KFI-AM 640, TalkRadio 790 KABC, and KFWB News 980.
Andrew Harris is a noted authority on the dining scene in Southern California. For 17 years (concluding in 2008) he wrote the “Dateline” Los Angeles column covering area restaurant and chef happenings in Los Angeles and Orange Counties for “Beard Bites” now published biweekly as an e-newsletter by the prestigious James Beard Foundation (the producers of the annual James Beard Foundation Awards, the recognized Oscars of the food world.)
Harris’ earlier background was as a respected, hands-on food and beverage professional. His career highlight then was orchestrating in 1983 and 1984 the completion of the food service plan for feeding the public at all of the twenty-three ticketed venues hosting competitions for the 1984 Olympics as an employee of The Los Angeles Olympic Organizing Committee. Food and beverage revenue alone from the spectators totaled over $11 million and 5.8 million guests were served.
Dan Le Batard and Stugotz bring their unique blend of self-deprecating humor, insightful guests and thoughtful conversation to a national audience from Miami Beach’s Clevelander Hotel. Rotating guest co-hosts, including Miami Herald writer Greg Cote, provide listeners with a different experience each day, as well as regular contributors including John Amaechi, Greg Cote, Amin El Hassan, Sarah Spain and Pablo Torre.
Saturdays 8:00-9:00 AM
With Bandstand Hal, Seminar Skip and Jeff “Chappy” Chapman concentrates on Horse Racing and sports.
Rich Eisen was the first on-air talent added to NFL Network’s roster in June 2003, five months before the network’s launch in November 2003. For the 2014 NFL season, Eisen hosts NFL Total Access Kickoff on NFL Network every week prior to the Thursday Night Football matchup on CBS Sports and NFL Network. Eisen joins NFL Network analysts Marshall Faulk, Michael Irvin and Steve Mariucci on-location every week. Additionally, Eisen appears on the Mazda Postgame Show with Faulk, Irvin, Mariucci and Deion Sanders. Since 2010, Eisen has served as host of the Emmy-nominated NFL GameDay Morning on NFL Network, the most comprehensive NFL pregame show on television.
Eisen is joined each week by analysts Faulk, Irvin, Mariucci, Kurt Warner and Warren Sapp. Eisen also anchors NFL Network’s special on-location coverage of the NFL Draft, NFL Scouting Combine, Pro Football Hall of Fame Induction Weekend and Super Bowl. Eisen is the host of The Rich Eisen Show on DIRECTV’s Audience Network, DIRECTV’s ROOT Sports-branded regional sports networks in Pittsburgh, Denver and Seattle, and NFL Now.
Premiering October 6 2014, The Rich Eisen Show airs Monday-Friday from 12 Noon – 3:00 PM ET and allows Eisen to use his engaging blend of insightful football analysis, with an offbeat mix of humor and pop culture while continuing to attract the most recognizable names in sports and entertainment. In 2010, Eisen added to his already versatile resume by launching NFL.com’s first-ever podcast, ‘The Rich Eisen Podcast,’ which garnered 17 million download worldwide during its four-year run.
The podcast became a staple among athletes and entertainers and featured the likes of Matt Damon, Kevin Costner, Steven Soderbergh, Will Ferrell, Seth Meyers, Larry David, Vince Gilligan, Olivia Munn, Aaron Paul and more. A three-time Sports Emmy nominee in the Outstanding Studio Host category, Eisen also served as emcee of the Pro Football Hall of Fame induction ceremony in Canton, OH in 2009, where the induction class included then-NFL Network analyst Rod Woodson. One of television’s most visible anchors and personalities from the past decade, Eisen was a mainstay on ESPN’s SportsCenter from 1996 to 2003.
Outside the world of sports, Eisen recently served as the host of TNT’s first-ever reality competition program “The Great Escape.” Prior to joining ESPN, Eisen worked at KRCR-TV in Redding, California, as a sports anchor (1994-96). His television journalism career includes serving as the Medill News Service’s Washington correspondent (1994) and as a production assistant for the CBS Evening News with Dan Rather and Connie Chung in 1994.
In 2007, Eisen penned Total Access: A Journey to the Center of the NFL Universe about his experiences as host for NFL Network. He worked in print journalism as a staff writer for the Staten Island Advance (1990-93) and at the Chicago Tribune covering Chicago public high school football and basketball (1993-94).
Eisen is a graduate of the University of Michigan with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications and earned a Master of Science degree in Broadcast Journalism from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism in 1994. Eisen lives in Los Angeles with his wife and long-time ABC, FOX and TNT sports broadcaster Suzy Shuster. Together, they have three children and a yellow lab rescue dog, Hudson.
Visit The Rich Eisen Show website at http://www.richeisenshow.com/.
To contact The Rich Eisen Show call 844 204-RICH (7424) or go to http://www.richeisenshow.com/contact/.
Weekdays 3:00 - 7:00 PM
Host: Roger Lodge
Producer: James Allen
Board Operator: Derrick Taylor
Roger brings his unbridled energy and passion for the Los Angeles Angels and all Southern California sports to the afternoons. The Sports Lodge is in the perfect “lead off” spot for Angels Baseball”.
Roger host the Angels On Deck pregame show prior to every weekday Angels pregame show.
A Southern California native, Roger is widely recognized as the former host of the syndicated dating show, Blind Date. He has been a regular fill in on Jim Rome’s TV show, “Rome is Burning”. Lodge is working on a new TV show “Celebridate” for Mark Cuban’s HDnet TV.
Tune in weekdays 3-7 PM on AM830 and online at AM830.net.
Billy Eppler on Shohei Ohtani Acquistion - SportsLodge 12/8/2017
Saturdays 9:00 - 10:00 AM PT, Sundays 8:00-10:00 AM PT
Thoroughbred Los Angeles covers the Southern California racing scene from the starting gate to finish line. Hosts Jay Privman and Mike Willman provide interviews, previews, handicapping information and insights into the Sport of Kings. Tune in every weekend to get up-to-date on all the latest local and national thoroughbred racing happenings, and get the information you need before going to the mutuel windows.