4-time Emmy award winner; play-by-play announcer for the LA Dodgers
4-time Emmy award winner Charley Steiner enters his 6th season as play-by-play announcer for the Los Angeles Dodgers. The veteran broadcaster calls the action for all games on the Dodgers Radio Network, alongside Rick Monday. He has also done extensive work in play-by-play and as a host for the Dodgers television rightsholders, KCAL 9 and FSN Prime Ticket. Before joining the Dodgers, Steiner was a play-by-play broadcaster for three seasons with the New York Yankees.
A native of New York, Steiner grew up listening to Brooklyn games on the radio, kindling a lifelong affection for the Dodgers and, in particular, the men that called the Dodger games, including Scully. In his 14 years at ESPN his responsibilities ranged from anchoring SportsCenter to working play-by-play for Major League Baseball on ESPN Radio. He was also a frequent play-by-play commentator for ESPN Major League Baseball television broadcasts and ESPN 2's Saturday Primetime football contests. He served as SportsCenter's primary boxing reporter/analyst, as well as contributing to the Emmy and CableACE Award-winning Outside the Line series. His nationally-acclaimed coverage of the Mike Tyson trial in Indianapolis earned him a Clarion award.