His career began in Ocean City during the early 80's, covering local high school and college sports at WKHI (100 KHI). While on the shore, he did play-by-play and color for Salisbury State football, which included two playoff appearances and a trip to the Division III national championship game in 1986.
Craig graduated from Kenwood High School in Baltimore County and attended Salisbury State College (now Salisbury University). He obtained a degree in Communication Arts with a concentration in Radio and TV.
In 1988, he moved back into the area and has been the Baltimore/Washington correspondent for four national networks, including ESPN Radio. Craig started with WTOP in 1999 and has covered both the Nationals and the Orioles. Along with covering the Nationals, Craig host the post game show on the weekends, giving him ample opportunity to interact with the fans on a lot of different issues.
Craig has also covered football for the Baltimore Ravens. As well as 17 Super Bowls, 10 Major League Baseball All-Star games, Cal Ripken's record setting days of September 5 and 6, 1995 and four no-hitters including the Orioles four-pitcher no hitter against Oakland in July of 1991. He has also covered NBA playoffs games, NHL playoff games and many other things too numerous to mention. Locally, Craig has covered the Wizards, Caps, Maryland football and basketball along with Georgetown.
Craig is a three-time winner of the Maryland Sportscaster of the year award, presented yearly by the National Association of Sportscasters and Sportswriters. This is quite the honor for him, to be nominated and then voted on by his peers.
Craig is married and lives in Laurel with his wife Suzanne.
You can email Craig at email@example.com or follow him on Twitter @Cheist