I’m the youngest voice heard on WMAN. They call me a utility man.
I board operate the sports games you hear through the week, host " The WMAN Sports Grill " as we talk local and Ohio sports each night from 6 - 8 p.m. , and I fill in for the other full time staff when needed. Our production director calls on me when he’s on vacation to take on all of his production duties. In addition to that, I help our sister station Y-105 from time to time.
Besides being in the studio…you can hear me every fall during high school football season calling play by play or adding some colorful commentary. In the winter, I’ll put my two cents in with high school basketball.
Before this great opportunity with WMAN in 2006, I was with the Clear Channel stations in Marion for 4 years.
Outside of radio, I currently reside in Ontario with my wife and our cat.
The WMAN Sports Grille took the show on the road to Progressive Field on Wednesday night.
(Left) - Aaron Hines, (Right) - Josh Bowman
Before the game, I was down on the field for batting practice and saw Indians manager Terry Francona having about a 5 minute conversation with Tribe catcher Carlos Santana.
Santana hit the walk off home run for the Indians in the bottom of the 10th on Wednesday...........Whatever Terry said to Santana worked pretty well and Francona has been pushing all the right buttons, so far this season.
The Tribe has won 8 straight and is 60-48 on August the 1st.
Last year the Indians didn't win game 60 until Sept. 13th.