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Listen to Jack Buck all day - A Hunt and Peck

His work will be broadcast on MLB Network.

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There is still no live baseball, unfortunately. Fortunately with baseball though, there is over a hundred years of history, a lot of it televised. Unless you have seen every game ever played, there is likely to be some new baseball entertainment for you consumption.

Today MLB Network is going back in time and re-airing the legendary broadcaster Jack Buck’s famous games. Per Anne Rogers of

Jack Buck famously teamed up with another future Hall of Fame broadcaster Harry Carray back in 1954 to call games for the St. Louis Cardinals. He remained with the team until 2001 and passed away in 2002 at the age of 77. He left behind a legacy of famous play calls such as “That’s a winner!”, “We will see you tomorrow night!” and of course, “Go crazy, folks! Go crazy!”. He is a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame, St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame, Pro Football Hall of Fame, and the National Radio Hall of Fame for his acclaimed work.

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