Ken Carman loves Cleveland sports. One of his early memories is of attending a Cleveland Indians game at the age of five and a rookie Albert Belle hitting a home run to left-center at Municipal Stadium. The Canton native also loves sports radio. He fell in love with sports talk while listening during his paper route at the age of eleven.
The Perry High School and University of Akron graduate started his career hosting Friday Night Football, eventually working his way up to hosting his own show in Akron. Carman is a veteran play by play commentator, broadcasting area college sports and Akron Aeros Baseball on radio and television. He has also spent time as a sports reporter covering the Cavs, Browns, Indians, Buckeyes, the MAC, NASCAR and the PGA.
Carman recently married and is adjusting well to the compromises that come with married life…recently settling for a Puggle instead of a Mastiff.
Todd Porter of the Canton Repository joined Ken Carman on the “Ken Carman Show.”
Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer and Cleveland.com joined Ken Carman.
Sam Amico of FOX Sports Ohio joined Ken Carman on the “Ken Carman Show”
Casey Stern, Host of “Inside Pitch” on MLB Network Radio joined Ken Carman on the “Ken Carman Show.”
Ken Carman talked with LSU beat reporter Randy Rosetta about a number of items, including the Cleveland Browns drafting Barkevious Mingo 6th overall in the 2013 NFL Draft.
Jason Lloyd, Cavs beat reporter for the Akron Beacon Journal, joined the Ken Carman Show on 92.3 The Fan on Wednesday night to talk about the hiring of Mike Brown as head coach.
Mary Kay Cabot, Browns beat reporter for the Plain Dealer, joined the Ken Carman Show on the eve of the NFL draft to talk about the team’s options at No. 6.
Sam Amico, from Fox Sports Ohio, joined the Ken Carman Show on 92.3 the Fan to talk about the Cavs impending hire of Mike Brown as head coach.
Joe Fortenbaugh of the National Football Post joined the Ken Carman Show on Tuesday night.
John Caniglia of the Plain Dealer joined Ken Carman on Monday to cover the Pilot Flying J rebate scandal.