Dodgers: Broadcaster Charley Steiner Inducted into Another Hall-of-Fame
Longtime Dodgers radio play-by-play announcer Charley Steiner has won plenty of awards and honors during his illustrious broadcasting career. This week, Steiner added another accolade to his list.
Steiner was inducted into the Missouri Valley Conference Hall of Fame prior to the beginning of the Missouri Valley Conference Basketball Tournament.
Congratulations to the one and only Charley Steiner, who is inducted in another Hall of Fame. The legendary #Dodgers broadcaster graduated from Bradley University where the Sports Communication Department is named in his honor. https://t.co/QnDtZn9YHN
— Bob Nightengale (@BNightengale) March 5, 2022
Steiner’s alma mater, Bradley University, is a member of the MVC. As USA Today’s Bob Nightengale notes, the school’s sports communication department is named after Steiner. The Charley Steiner School of Sports Communication at Bradley has over 100 majors that span from radio broadcasting to media relations.
During his professional broadcasting career, which began in 1969, Steiner has won five Emmys and has been inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame.
Steiner’s call of the final outs of the Dodgers 2020 World Series championship is something that Dodgers fans will never forget.
Whenever the season starts, Steiner and Rick Monday will once again be back in the booth together calling Dodgers games on AM570.
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Charlie may have had his day, but IMO he’s not a good play by play guy. And he can’t judge a home run ball to save his soul.