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Angels Broadcasters


Victor Rojas

Victor Rojas Victor Rojas returns to the television booth for his eighth season as the play-by-play voice of the Angels. Rojas will also join fellow broadcaster Mark Gubicza for a eighth season as analyst for "Angels Live", the Angels pre- and post-game shows. During the 2011 MLB playoffs, TBS welcomed Rojas as a play-by-play voice during the National League Divisional Series (Milwaukee vs. Arizona).

Rojas joined the Angels broadcast team prior to the 2010 season after serving as a studio host for the MLB Network since its inception. Before joining MLB Network in late December 2008, Rojas spent five seasons (2004-2008) as a member of the Texas Rangers television and radio broadcast teams, calling play-by-play as well as providing analysis. Rojas came to Texas after spending the 2003 season doing both play-by-play and analysis for Arizona Diamondbacks broadcasts.

Prior to breaking into Major League broadcasting with the D-backs, Rojas spent two seasons calling television and radio play-by-play for the Newark Bears of the Atlantic League, where he was also hired as the team's Assistant General Manager before becoming General Manager.

A former pitcher in the Angels organization, Rojas' career eventually led to coaching. The son of former Major League All-Star and Angels manager Cookie Rojas, Victor was on the Florida Marlins baseball staff in 1993 and served as pitching coach at Rio Grande in the Texas-Louisiana League in 1994. The Miami, FL native played his college baseball at the College of the Desert in Palm Springs, California, and Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston, Idaho.

Rojas resides in Trophy Club, Texas with his wife Kim and their three children.


Mark Gubicza

Mark Gubicza Former Major League Baseball veteran Mark Gubicza is entering his 16th year with Fox Sports West. This season will mark his 11th year of providing color commentary for Angels broadcasts on FSW. Gubicza will also continue as an analyst for the Angels' pre- and post- game shows, "Angels Live", which he has done for the past 12 seasons.

Gubicza previously co-hosted the "FS Baseball Report," which aired nationally on Fox Sports, previewing future matchups and breaking down current standings in the league. In 2004, Gubicza provided analysis for Minnesota Twins games from Los Angeles. He made his first television appearance as an analyst for FSN in April 2000 on "Baseball Today" and the "National Sports Report." He also hosted the "Southern California Baseball Report" on AM570 for three years.

In his professional baseball career, Gubicza spent 14 seasons in the Major Leagues. Drafted in 1981, he went on to spend 13 seasons with the Kansas City Royals, winning a World Championship in 1985 and 20 games in 1988. In both 1988 and 1989, he was named to the AL All-Star team. He finished his career with the Angels in 1997. To honor his many accomplishments on the field, he was named to the Kansas City Royals Hall of Fame as well as the Pennsylvania Hall of Fame in 2006. He was also named to the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame, class of 2010.

Gubicza lives in Chatsworth, Calif., with his wife, Lisa and their three children, Nicolette, Chad and Ashley.


Terry Smith

Terry Smith Terry Smith enters his 16th season on the Angels flagship radio station. The 2017 season marks his eighth season as the Angels lead play-by-play announcer. Smith also hosts "Angel Talk", the Halos' post-game and hot stove call-in programs. His 16 seasons in the booth make Smith the longest tenured radio broadcaster in club history.

Smith joined the Angels in 2002 after serving 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 native attended Temple University, where he played collegiate club hockey, as well as Jones College in Jacksonville, Fla. which has produced the likes of actors Joe Piscapo 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 Life's Exploring program. Smith and his wife Sonia have one son, Jordan, who graduated from UC Santa Barbara in 2013, and make their home in Ladera Ranch, Calif.


José Mota

José Mota José Mota enters his 16th season with the Angels broadcast team, and will again primarily serve as the Spanish-language broadcast analyst for Fox Sports Español in 2017. From 2010-2012 he worked as the English radio analyst, after serving as the play-by-play/analyst for Spanish radio broadcasts the previous eight seasons. In addition to his Spanish TV duties, Mota also serves as an English-language TV pre- and postgame analyst on Fox Sports West.

He has also worked as an MLB Network analyst/correspondent and has served as a sideline reporter for ESPN during the World Baseball Classic (2006 & 2013) and on select Sunday Night Baseball telecasts. Additionally, he handles the color analyst and play-by-play duties for select national broadcasts during Saturday's Game of the Week on FOX.

José has broadcasted at multiple major events such as the 2006 ALCS (FOX), the 2007 MLB All-Star Game in San Francisco (FOX) and the 2007 MLB Playoffs (TBS). In 2008, he joined Yahoo Sports as a baseball analyst, contributing video features and website articles. In 2009, he worked as MLB International's color analyst for the worldwide broadcast of the World Baseball Classic.

A bilingual talent, Mota joined the Angels in 2002 after working as a broadcaster for MLB Radio. During the 2001 season, Mota worked as a play-by-play announcer for DirecTV Latin America which provided MLB broadcast coverage to 26 Latin American countries. He has been the featured analyst for MLB Productions' "Sabor a Béisbol", a Spanish-language feature show available to national and international audiences.

From 1997 until his current appointment, José served as a color analyst/play-by-play announcer for the FOX baseball "Game of the Week" in Spanish, including MLB playoffs and World Series, and for the "NFL Sunday" football broadcasts. His first-ever MLB broadcast assignment was for the Los Angeles Dodgers Spanish radio in 2001.

A former Major League baseball player with the San Diego Padres (1991) and Kansas City Royals (1995), Mota was originally drafted by the Chicago White Sox in 1985. He was a two-time Collegiate All-American second baseman at Cal State Fullerton and owns a bachelors degree in Communications from CSUF. He was the starting second baseman for the 1984 National Champion Titans. In 1999, José made his film debut in Kevin Costner's Universal Studios release "For Love of the Game" in which he portrayed Dominican shortstop "Joséé Garcia." He is a member of the Screen Actors Guild.

In January 2015, Mota was honored at the Southern California Sports Broadcasters Awards as the winner for best foreign language color commentary for his work during the 2014 season.

He has served as the first and only full-time bilingual baseball broadcaster, as on a given day, José addresses both the Spanish and the English-speaking baseball audiences. Mota was also selected by OC Metro Publications as one of the "Hottest 25" personalities in Orange County for 2007. The Mota family founded the non-profit Mota's Faces in 2011, which promotes the involvement of American youngsters in assisting impoverished school children and their families in the Dominican Republic.

A native of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, Mota is the son of longtime Dodger Manny Mota. He and his family make their home in the San Gabriel Valley.


Mark Langston

Mark Langston Mark Langston enters his fifth full season on the Angels broadcast team after joining Terry Smith on the air as an analyst on a part-time basis during the 2012 regular season.

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 & Gabrielle.


Amaury Pi-González

Amaury Pi-González Amaury Pi-González returns to the Angels Spanish broadcast team for a seventh consecutive season in 2017, his 39th season in Major League Baseball. He is the only Major League Baseball announcer to have broadcasted in Spanish for four Major League teams (LAA, OAK, SEA, SF).

From 2009-10, Amaury served as the voice of the A's on the Spanish Béisbol Network. From 2003 thru 2006, Pi-González was broadcasting for two teams in two separate leagues, the SF Giants and Seattle Mariners. In 2007, he worked alongside José Mota calling Angels Baseball on Spanish radio.

He began his career in 1977 with the Athletics. During his tenure, Pi-González has called the 1986 World Series for CBS Hispanic Network, the 1988, 1989 and 1990 Series for the A's, and the 2002 Series for the Giants. The Fremont, Calif. resident previously served five years as sports anchor for Telemundo TV48 in San Jose and was the Spanish voice for the NBA's Golden State Warriors from 1992-98. In addition, he was the English voice for the Caribbean World Series for Fox Sports International in 2001 and 2002.

Born in Cuba, Amaury was inducted into the Cuban Sports Hall of Fame in 2004 and into the Hispanic Heritage Baseball Museum in 2004. In 2016, he was added to the Advisory Board of the American Sportscasters Association.


José Tolentino

José Tolentino José Tolentino will return as the Angels Spanish radio broadcaster in 2017 on KWKW. He has also worked as a television broadcaster for Fox Deportes, Fox Sports International, DirecTV and ESPN and has covered multiple World Series in addition to calling Caribbean Series and Little League World Series games.

Prior to announcing, Tolentino played 15 seasons professionally after being drafted by the Oakland Athletics in the seventh round of the 1983 First-Year Player Draft out of the University of Texas. He was a member of the Longhorns 1983 College World Series championship team in 1983 and was a nominee for the Golden Spikes Award, which is presented annually to the college baseball player of the year. His Longhorns teammates that season included Roger Clemens, Calvin Schiraldi and Bruce Ruffin. Tolentino made his Major League debut with the Houston Astros on July 28, 1991.

A native of Mexico City, Tolentino had the honor of managing Team Mexico at the 2007 Pan-American Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China. He also served as bench coach for Mexico's World Baseball Classic teams in 2006 and 2009.

In 1999, he founded the José Tolentino Professional School of Baseball which teaches young athletes baseball fundamentals as well as the mental and psychological aspects of the game. He was honored in 2000 with the Orange County United Way Hispanic Influential Sports and Entertainment Award.

Tolentino and his family reside in Mission Viejo, California.