'Superstar' TV broadcaster Gowdy dies at 86
FORT MYERS, Fla. -- He was the smooth voice of sports history, a welcome companion who brought listeners Ted Williams' last home run, the first Super Bowl and dozens of other dramatic moments.
Curt Gowdy, who died Monday, told generations of Americans about the games they loved from the broadcast booths at 13 World Series, 16 baseball All-Star Games, numerous Rose Bowls and the 1976 Montreal Olympics.
"He was the first superstar of sports television because he did all of the ...
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