Ken Korach is one of the best known voices in California sports broadcasting, with a career that dates back to 1980. He joined the Oakland A’s broadcast team in 1996, paired with Bill King, and became the voice of the A’s in 2006 after King’s death. Korach has also been a broadcaster for the Chicago White Sox, San Jose State University, UNLV and Sonoma State University. The National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Assn. named him 2013 California Sportscaster of the Year. In 2003 in he was inducted into the Nevada Broadcasters Hall of Fame. Korach graduated from UC Santa Barbara.
Jon Miller is the longtime radio voice of the San Francisco Giants. A veteran of more than forty years in broadcasting, including twenty-one seasons doing play by play on ESPN's Sunday Night Baseball, Miller was honored by the Baseball Hall of Fame as the 2010 Ford C. Frick award winner for excellence in baseball broadcasting. He lives in San Francisco.