Bryant back in baseball with Colts

Curtis Bryant(April 2, 2012) After a year off from baseball broadcasting, STAA client Curtis Bryant is anxious to get back in the saddle. Bryant has accepted an Assistant Broadcasting and Media position with the San Angelo Colts.

The Colts are part of the North American League.

Bryant will work alongside fellow STAA client David Riggs, who is the Director of Broadcasting and Media Relations for the Colts.

“This opportunity is really good because last year I was out of baseball. I’m itching to get back in and am really excited.”

Bryant applied for the Colts job after spotting the opening on the STAA job forum. “It’s a job I have been interested in in the past,” says Bryant. He heard back within a couple days of emailing his cover letter and the link to his STAA Talent Page.

“I’ve heard people talk highly of the GM Mike Babcock and I’m excited to get back to doing baseball, which I love.”

Bryant will start his new job with a little advantage – he already knows some of the Colts players from his days with the Evansville Otters of the Frontier League. After the spending the 2009 season with the Otters, Bryant was the No. 2 broadcaster for the Class-A Stockton Ports in 2010.

Lately, Bryant has been doing fill-in basketball play-by-play for Cal Poly Pomona, in addition to calling high school sports for KBC and IBNSports in his hometown of San Diego.

(Visit Curtis’ STAA Talent Page).

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