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  • Orioles broadcasters Angel and Hunter up for Ford C. Frick Award

    Orioles broadcasters Angel and Hunter up for Ford C. Frick Award
    Two Orioles broadcasters are among 41 still in the running for the 2013 Ford C. Frick Award, presented annually by the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Radio voice Joe Angel and MASN studio host and play-by-play announcer Jim Hunter are in the group...
  • Battle on the Midway: Syracuse vs. SDSU on FOX Sports Networks

     
    Battle on the Midway college basketball game with Syracuse vs. San Diego State airs Nov. 11 on FOX Sports Networks from the USS Midway in San Diego Harbor. RELATED: Armed Forces Classic college hoops from Germany on ESPN After the success of the inaugural...
  • Baseball: Get ready for Luke Eubank vs. Chase DeJong

     
    It took five seconds for me to look at the Southern Section Division 1 pairings before saying, "Wow." The opening game between Newbury Park and Long Beach Wilson on Friday should match Newbury Park's Luke Eubank, who has thrown three......
  • JoePa wins an award

     
    Joe Paterno will be posthumously honored as the recipient of the 2012 Dick Enberg Award, presented by the College Sports Information Directors of America, in June at the organization's annual convention in St. Louis. "The award was established to...
  • Question of the day: How far should a partisan broadcaster go in supporting a team? [Updated]

     
    Reporters from around Tribune Co. weigh in on the topic. Check back throughout the day for more responses and feel free to leave a comment of your own. Chris Dufresne, Los Angeles Times The Arkansas radio person fired for wearing......
  • U.S. Open: Rafael Nadal first into men's final. Federer next?

     
    There was a moment of concern when Rafael Nadal called for a trainer in the second set to tend to a blistered toe and a sore foot. Nadal was up a set and ahead 3-2 in the second set with......
  • Associate Justice Alan Page

    Associate Justice Alan Page
    Alan Cedric Page (born August 7, 1945 in Canton, Ohio) is a jurist and former professional American football player. He graduated from Canton Central Catholic High School in 1963, received his B.A. in political science from the University of Notre Dame in...
  • Olsen was a man of character

    Editor's Note: This column originally appeared online at National Football Post. I fell in love with the NFL in the late '50s and '60s because my father took my brothers and I to Rams game at the Los Angeles Coliseum. They were nosebleed seats, which...
  • Ireland embraces new gig

    Ireland embraces new gig
    For the past nine seasons, John Ireland has been the Los Angeles Lakers' sideline reporter for KCAL 9 television. But that has changed because the Corona del Mar High alumnus will now be calling the action. Ireland, a 1981 graduate of CdM, will be the...
  • Rory Markas dies at 54; Angels announcer called World Series win

    Rory Markas dies at 54; Angels announcer called World Series win
    Rory Markas, the popular and personable broadcaster known best for his memorable call of the final out of the Angels' 2002 World Series victory over the San Francisco Giants, died Monday night at his home in Palmdale. As of Tuesday afternoon, the cause of...
  • Buddy Blattner dies at 89; former major leaguer and longtime sportscaster

    Buddy Blattner dies at 89; former major leaguer and longtime sportscaster
    Buddy Blattner, a former major leaguer and longtime sportscaster who paired with Don Wells on the Angels' KMPC radio broadcasts from 1962 to 1968, has died. He was 89. Blattner, a St. Louis native who spent most of his life in the Midwest, died Friday of...
  • Merlin Olsen dies at 69; Hall of Fame football star later became actor

    Merlin Olsen dies at 69; Hall of Fame football star later became actor
    Merlin Olsen, a Hall of Fame defensive lineman with the Los Angeles Rams who was a charter member of the team's famed Fearsome Foursome, then made a remarkably smooth transition into careers in broadcasting and acting, has died. He was 69. Olsen died...