Legendary Broadcaster Kurt Gowdy Got Start Calling Six-Man Games


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I get these random six-man alerts and today received one where Yardbarker.com discussed the top-25 MLB broadcasters of all-time. Under Kurt Gowdy, it said

The legendary Gowdy might have gotten his start calling six-man football in Wyoming, but from 1951-66, he was the man behind the microphone for the Boston Red Sox. Honesty, enthusiasm, and humor were all part of Gowdy's broadcasts — notably when he called NBC's Major League Baseball Game of the Week for 10 seasons, spanning the late 1960s and into the '70s. A Peabody and Frick Award winner, Gowdy called 13 World Series and 16 All-Star Games. And he was one of the highlights from the forgotten 2001 Freddie Prinze Jr. vehicle Summer Catch.

Here's a link to the article: https://www.yardbarker.com/mlb/arti...lay_broadcasters_031124/s1__38097369#slide_11