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After baseball season, Doctor in the Dugout airs on Saturdays before Angels games. 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.

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.

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. Louis, MO, Carroll is also a contributor to Anaheim, the club’s official team website.

He’s served as producer and host of the popular TV show, “The Chef Knows With Peter Dills” since February 2004 and also hosts a weekly restaurant report spotlighting the latest trends, “Southern California Living.” As his Food adventure comes full circle, he now stars on CNN local, HLN and the OC Channel with the ever popular "Dining with Dills"....a show named after his father...forever in his heart. Travel Contributor to Pasadena Star News is a one hour show hosted by Hoag Orthopedic Institute's Dr. In addition to baseball news, the program covers a variety of current events in the world of sports and sports medicine. Beyer answers questions sent in by email and fields calls from listeners. A veteran of 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. 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).Before joining the Angels he served as the radio voice of the New York Yankees Triple-A affiliate Columbus Clippers for 19 seasons.