Steve left his hometown of Santa Maria on the central coast of California in 2008 to finish his bachelors degree in communications at Cal State Fullerton and pursue a career in radio broadcasting. Shortly after beginning classes at Fullerton, he found the campus radio station and began hosting his own sports talk show and made it a goal of his to bring the schools top ranked baseball program to the station. After being one of the voices of the Titan basketball, and baseball, teams for two seasons, Steve got an internship on the Petros and Money Show in the Summer of 2011. Now, Steve works as a member of the AM 570 Fox Sports Radio promotions team and can be spotted all over southern California repping the brand.
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Do the Kings really make up for all of the other sporting negativity surrounding the City of
It was pretty amazing watching the Kings breeze their way to Stanley Cup last year and being a part of that parade downtown was really special. As great as last year was, I am afraid there are still people in this town that aren't even sure if
The Lakers have a lot of questions to answer this off-season and the Clippers have issues of their own. As of today, neither of them have the pieces in place to win a championship next year. Now, that may change in a month, but
The time is now to fully embrace the Kings and the band wagon has plenty of room. The boys in silver and black are back and I am not talking about the Raiders. Game two of the western conference semi finals are tonight at