The 7 - Baseball - R.I.P. Herb Score (1933-2008)
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whatever Bierwurst Level: 88 Posts: 1324/1868 EXP: 6474730 For next: 175960 Since: 12.2.02 From: Cleveland, Ohio Since last post: 34 days Last activity: 2 days # 1 Posted on 11.11.08 1026.39 Reposted on: 11.11.15 1026.54 Herb Score passes away at age 75. He was the American League ROY in 1955, and according to Ted Williams had the best fastball of any left-hander he ever faced. His pitching career was effectively ended when he was hit in the eye by a line drive. He turned to broadcasting and was the Indians' radio broadcaster from 1968-1997. I remember summer afternoons at my great-grandmother's house, listening to him on the radio. Promote this thread!
Big Bad Scrapple Level: 156 Posts: 4864/7062 EXP: 47739150 For next: 750578 Since: 4.1.02 From: Dorchester, Ontario Since last post: 278 days Last activity: 175 days # 2 Posted on 11.11.08 1210.59 Reposted on: 11.11.15 1211.16 From Joe Posnanski's blog..... Terry Pluto asked him why he would never say something like, “Well, this is a pretty obvious bunting situation” or “He will probably try to steal second here.” And Herb said this: “No, that’s a Dad’s job.” RIP Herb (edited by Big Bad on 11.11.08 1311)
DrDirt Banger Level: 102 Posts: 2072/2743 EXP: 10967822 For next: 122183 Since: 8.10.03 From: flyover country Since last post: 697 days Last activity: 599 days # 3 Posted on 11.11.08 1426.25 Reposted on: 11.11.15 1429.01 I grew up listening to Indians games and left before he retired. He was the voice of the Indians to me and he had to call a lot of really bad games and did so with grace. Plus, before the line drive, he was on helluva a pitcher.
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