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P.S. M’s Announcer Niehaus, 75, RIP

Seattle Mariners broadcaster Dave Niehaus reacts to the applause of the pre-game crowd as he is inducted into the team's Hall of Fame on May 7, 2000, in Seattle. Niehaus has been broadcasting for the Mariners since their inaugural season in 1977. The Seattle Times has just announced that Niehaus died today at age 75 of a heart attack. Seattle Mariners statement here. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

Question: My best memory of Dave Niehaus was his call on the double that Edgar Martinez hit to drive in Ken Griffey Jr. with the winning run to beat the Yankees in the playoffs? What's yours?




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