Michael is entering his second season as the “Voice of the Saltdogs”. In the offseason, Michael is a news/sports reporter for News Channel Nebraska TV based in Norfolk. He was the Broadcast/Media Relations Assistant with the Gary Southshore Railcats, also of the American Association’s Central Division, for the 2016 season. Michael is a native of Lincoln and graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a Broadcasting and Advertising/Public Relations degree in May 2016.
Public Address Announcer
Joey is a native Nebraskan and local pastor, currently serving at CrossBridge Christian Church. His pride and joy is his lovely wife, Danielle, and his son, Wrigley. He also loves baseball and music. If he could have any superpower it would be that he could move things with his mind. Watch out!
Now in his 16th season with the Saltdogs, Jeff is an award-winning broadcaster who got his start as a public address announcer in his home town of San Diego, Calif. After high school, he spent nearly 10 years in the Navy, working for Armed Forces Radio and TV. Jeff won the 1987 Department of Defense Thomas Jefferson Award for Broadcasting Excellence, for his work as a sports reporter and anchor. Briden joined KLMS in 2003 as a weekend host and sports producer, and serves as a studio host for high school sports broadcasts in addition to his excellent work with the Saltdogs. Jeff also has two daughters, Vanessa and Lauren and granddaughter Abigail.
Ryan joins the Saltdogs as a studio host for the 2018 season. He is currently the voice of Lincoln’s Superior HyVee, and is also a camera operator for the Omaha Storm Chasers. In his free time, Ryan works hard in supporting Lincoln Fire & Rescue when it comes to the department’s needs. Born and raised in Papillion, Nebraska, Ryan is a graduate of the University of Nebraska – Lincoln’s College of Journalism and Mass Communications, where he received a degree in Broadcast Journalism in May of 2015.