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Scott Van Pelt pays tribute to “titan” of broadcasting Dick Enberg

All the discussion of Vin Scully’s upcoming retirement has somewhat overshadowed other famed veteran TV baseball announcers also exiting after this season, such as the Houston Astros’ Bill Brown and the San Diego Padres’ Dick Enberg. Enberg, who has also worked for NBC, CBS and ESPN, has had a remarkable career and an impressive farewell tour […] The post Scott Van Pelt pays tribute to “titan” of broadcasting Dick Enberg appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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