CURT GOWDY

Game 207 | April 27, 1972 | Curt Gowdy
The long-time voice of the Boston Red Sox, Gowdy joined NBC in 1965 as the lead announcer for both Major League Baseball and the American Football League. He called many of the greatest moments in sports including Ted Williams' home run in his final major league at bat, the notorious AFL game that was cut off by the network production of Heidi, and the Joe Namath-guaranteed victory of the New York Jets over the Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl III.



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