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With sadness, but a smile of reminiscence, I read of the passing of sportscaster and News 12 Long Island veteran Bob Wolff on July 15... [Read More]
The NBA Family mourns the loss of legendary sports broadcaster Bob Wolff. Wolff called the Knicks' two title runs (1970, 1973) as well as Don... [Read More]
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In the latest article at Voices of the Game, baseball historian Curt Smith looks back at the remarkable career of the late Bob Wolff: Inside... [Read More]
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When he took his leave Saturday at age 96, the planet lost one of the truly good people. [Read More]
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Bob Wolff, the legendary broadcaster and long-time voice of the Washington Senators, died last week. He donated his archives to the Library of Congress. [Read More]
Sportscaster Bob Wolff is believed to be the only announcer to call a championship game in all four major sports. He died on Saturday at... [Read More]
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A former Post sportswriter recalls a voice that shaped his youth. [Read More]
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Bob Wolff, the only sportscaster to call play-by-play of championships in all four major North American professional team sports, has died. He was 96. Son... [Read More]
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Bob Wolff, who provided the play-by-play when the New York Knicks captured their two NBA championships in the 1970s, has died at the age of... [Read More]
Wolff was a generalist who called all sports, and he often equated calling games to singing. [Read More]
NY sports broadcast icon Bob Wolff dies at age 96 ... [Read More]
Bob Wolff, along with Curt Gowdy the only sports announcer that is a member of both the baseball and basketballs halls of fame, died Saturday... [Read More]
7/30/95: Bob Wolff plays "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" on his ukulele after his Ford C. Frick Award speech at the Hall of Fame... [Read More]
7/30/95: Broadcaster Bob Wolff accepts the Ford C. Frick Award for broadcast excellence at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum... [Read More]
You may not have heard of Bob Wolff, but you may know the games he called. A pioneering broadcaster, Wolff was behind the mic for... [Read More]
Hall of Fame sportscaster Bob Wolff, considered one of the most iconic and decorated play-by-play men in history, died Saturday at his home in New... [Read More]
The following is a joint statement released by The Madison Square Garden Company and MSG Networks: "Bob Wolff was not only one of the seminal... [Read More]
Hall of Fame sportscaster Bob Wolff, considered one of the most iconic and decorated play-by-play men in history, died Saturday at his home in New... [Read More]
Son Rick Wolff said his father died peacefully Saturday night at his Nyack home. [Read More]
Bob Wolff, the only sportscaster to call play-by-play of championships in all four major North American professional team sports, has died. He was 96. [Read More]
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