Meet the Team

Scott was born in Hollywood California. In 1956 he fell in love with rock and roll on the radio and baseball. The first team he followed was the Pacific Coast League Los Angeles Angels and it’s star player Steve Bilko. In 1961 Scott became the first batboy for the American League Angels. One of the players on that team was Steve Bilko. Scott then played baseball as a pitcher on his high school and American Legion teams before playing at Los Angeles City College for two years. He became a radio disc jockey in the 1970’s and early ‘80’s. He transitioned into a broadcasting instructor. Also during that time Scott did on camera television commercial work as well as spokesman work on corporate training films. After not being involved with baseball for thirty years Scott returned to his first love. From 1997 until 2018 he was a high school and college umpire. Now retired, he still follows the game from his new home in Idaho.
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A retired lawyer, Paul also taught an upper division writing course at the Marshall School of Business at USC for five years.  Through the years, he has published nearly 150 film reviews and op-eds in the San Gabriel Valley Tribune, the Los Angeles Times, the Los Angeles Herald Examiner, and the Los Angeles Daily Journal.  Many of his pieces were nationally syndicated.  He also wrote a humor column on matters involving the practice of law and the life of a lawyer for the Los Angeles Daily Journal for four years.  Baseball, though, was Paul’s first love.  He played in youth leagues, and for his high school, junior college, and college teams.  After taking more than 10 years away from playing, he played in the National Adult Baseball Association for nine years from ages 33-41, and was the starting All-Star catcher several times.  Paul is retired and lives in Idaho. Video Interview: Here

Kelly was born and raised in the Los Angeles area. Growing up, sports was always apart of Kelly’s world. Whether it was playing in a neighborhood ball game, participating on high school teams, or indulging in a weekend tournament, Kelly would be ready to play a game. He also is an avid viewer of sports. As a 40 year season ticket holder for the Angel games, he has attended thousands of games. He has always had a knack for predicting what will happen on the field before it occurs. Professionally, Kelly went to culinary school and worked under some outstanding chefs. He shifted gears and then worked for several motion picture film labs in Hollywood. Later, Kelly worked in sound for episodic television. Kelly is now retired and enjoys staying up to date with college and professional football, and of course, baseball. Video Interview: Here