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Enjoy him while you can, 2013 will be Tim McCarver‘s last in the FOX broadcast booth.
The long-time color commentator announced he is retiring at season’s end. McCarver began his second career in 1979 after he retired from baseball — he would eventually return to the game briefly in 1980 to become one of 29 MLB players to play in four decades. McCarver has announced 23 World Series and 20 All-Star Games.
“I wanted to step down while I could still do the job,” McCarver said. “It’s not a tough call, it’s not a sad thing for me. … But I’m going to miss Joe Buck a lot.”
McCarver has broadcast games on all four major networks. He’s been calling games on FOX with Buck since 1996. The 71-year-0ld has had his share of miscues as of late, but his amazing 54 years in the game — plus a Ford C. Frick Award — make him a baseball legend.
As for post-retirement plans?
“I want to take cooking classes in Italy,” McCarver said. “And I love to read, although I know reading gets old after a wh
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Tim McCarver will be retiring after the 2013 season. Good riddance.
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NEW YORK (AP) Tim McCarver will make his 55th straight season of Major League Baseball his last.
The two-time champion catcher will call the World Series this year and then retire from his analyst job at Fox.
"I wanted to step down while I know I can still do the job and proud of the job I've done," the 71-year-old McCarver said during a conference call Wednesday...
One of the longest-tenured sports TV analysts is calling it a career. FOX Major League Baseball analyst Tim McCarver will retire at the end of the 2013 season, Fox Sports announced Wednesday. McCarver has been [...]
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FOX baseball analyst Tim McCarver announced earlier this week this season would be his last. He’s 72 and he obviously feels like taking a step back.
After a 21-year career in Major League Baseball (1959-1980 with St. Louis and Philadelphia twice, along with Boston and Montreal) – plus 33 years in the booth beginning in 1980 – one can’t blame him.
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Tim McCarver, shown bottom right with the 1980 Phillies broadcast team with Andy Musser, Harry Kalas and Richie Ashburn, will retire from broadcasting at the end of the 2013 season. Photo: Phillies.com
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