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The passing of a legend.
TonkkaSome one in the club tonightHas stolen my ideas.Registered Userregular
That man's name is Dave Niehaus, he was the voice of the Seattle Mariners baseball club since their inception back in 1977. Coincidentally, that was the year I was born. This man was the voice of the baseball team that I have loved for better and for worse throughout my life. Every win, every loss, every grand salami where grandma was required to get out the rye bread and the mustard, Dave was there.
I am really not that much of a "sports guy" in the deep meaning of that phrase, but this is the man who is the only hall of fame inductee to be a part of our home team. I have enjoyed his calls for as long as I can remember.
I think that we can all recall the passing of a legend in our own lives, and I want to dedicate this thread to this man, as well as anyone whose passing has affected anyone else in a similar fashion.
Tonight, I raise my glass in salute, to Dave Niehaus.