"Howard Kellman brings a wealth of personal experience in writing these gems. No one I know, in or out of baseball, has a keener recall of events than Howard does."
- Carl Erskine, former Dodgers All-Star Pitcher
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- Inducted into the Indiana Broadcast Pioneers Hall of Fame in 2015
- Inducted into the Indiana Sportscasters and Sportswriters Hall of Fame in 2009
- Sideline reporter for Yale football games on the YES Television Network
announcer for the 2006, 2007, and 2008 Triple A World Series on ESPN2
- Howard has broadcast for eight Championship Baseball Teams;
the second most of any announcer in Baseball History
- has broadcast for the Cleveland Cavaliers, New York Mets, Chicago White Sox,
and St. Johns Red Storm
announced the Triple A Indianapolis Indians Baseball Games
broadcast the High School Football and Basketball Game of
the Week on television throughout the state of Indiana since
interviewed everybody from Michael Jordan and Major League
Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig to Pete Rose and
"Motivational/Inspirational Sports Moments" on ESPN
Great Baseball Memories on ESPN 950
- Sports Director WNDE Radio
covered the World Series, Indiana Pacers, Indianapolis Colts,
Notre Dame, Indiana State University, Purdue, and Indiana
University Sports for CBS, ABC and AP Radio
and producer for WINS Radio (New York City), the first ever
all news station in the U.S.
Indiana Sportscaster of the year
salesperson for the Indianapolis Indians for more than 20
taught at University of Indianapolis
Distinguished Service Award
of the Year
motto is: PEP - Pursue Excellence Passionately
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Howard will be glad to personally answer your questions and provide
all the information you need to help your staff succeed and your
event be a hit.
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On April 11, 2009
was inducted into the
Indiana Sportscasters and Sportswriters Hall of Fame
|"Just a short note to congratulate you on being inducted into the Indiana Sportscasters and Sportswriters Hall of Fame. It is certainly a well deserved honor....
I appreciate all of the wonderful work you have done in Indianapolis and for Baseball."
- Bud Selig,
Commissioner of Baseball