Legendary sports broadcaster Bob Wolff died on Saturday at the age of 96.
Bob Wolff was born before the first live radio broadcast of a sports event.
Bob Wolff, the former TV and radio announcer for the Washington Senators, died Sunday at the age of 96.
Bob Wolff, the longtime voice of the old Washington Senators, Redskins and Baltimore Colts on the TV and the radio, died on Sunday at age 96.
Long before Bob Wolff called Don Larsen’s World Series perfect game, Alan Ameche’s overtime touchdown for the Baltimore Colts in the 1958 NFL championship game and loss after loss for … Click to Continue »
Bob Wolff, who was behind the microphone for many of sports most iconic moments on radio and television, including Don Larsen’s perfect game in the 1956 World Series and the 1958 NFL Championship game heralded by many as the greatest…
in a storied career, he was on hand to describe some of the most seminal moments in 20th century sports history, including Don Larsen’s perfect game in the 1956 World Series and the classic 1958 NFL championship game between the New York…