Steve Physioc

  • Blogs

    January 4, 2013

    Torii Hunter-Chris Kluwe Sooper Dooper Really Gay Cage Match!

    A full-time-turned-part-time Orange Countian blasted a former temporary Orange Countian over comments made about gays.This probably would not warrant coverage were it not for the fact that both a professional athletes known for running their mouths (and Twitter fingers): Minnesota Vikings punter Chr ... More >>

  • Blogs

    February 13, 2012

    Rex Hudler and Steve Physioc, Former Angels TV Broadcasters, are Kansas City-Bound

    ​We here at the Weekly--well, me--regularly harped about the old Anaheim Angels of Los Angeles TV broadcasting team. Play-by-play man Steve Physioc was too vanilla even for Orange County, and color man Rex Hudler had a grating voice and that damn baseball he sniffed and carried like a pacifier. Na ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 21, 2010

    Scott Boras, His Missing Wallet With $2,300 Inside and a Poor Surf City Man Who Found It

    Boras​Veteran Long Beach Press-Telegram sports columnist Doug Krikorian banged out an interesting piece about Scott Boras, the Huntington Beach apartment manager who found the Newport Beach super-sports agent's wallet with $2,300 inside and the reward that was offered--or lack thereof.The column l ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 23, 2010

    Steve Physioc, ex-Angels Broadcaster, Defends Torii Hunter

    Fox SportsSteve Physioc (left) and Rex Hudler, before they were fired in November.​Steve Physioc, who was fired as the Angels television play-by-play man in November (along with his color man, Rex Hudler), is showing there are no hard feelings, at least when it comes to outfielder Torii Hunter, wh ... More >>

  • Blogs

    January 5, 2010

    What Do the Angels Do Now That Rory Markas Has Died?

    Fox Sports NetMark Gubicza and Rory Markas (right) open a broadcast.​When play-by-play man Rory Markas started broadcasting Angels games in 1994, he could not end his call with "Just another Halo victory!" as often as he would in the 2000s, when Anaheim became a perennial playoff contender.Now, fa ... More >>

  • Blogs

    October 7, 2008

    There's no Tex in Teixeira

    Others on this blog will undoubtedly dissect your Anaheim Angels' embarrassing flameout against the Boston Red Sox, so I'll just focus on the linguistic disaster that is the Halos' radio announcers (excluding the always-classy Jose Mota). One of them--Rory Markas? Terry Smith? Steve Physioc? Maybe e ... More >>

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    April 25, 2002
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    October 28, 1999