DAVE NIEHAUS RUMORS & GOSSIP

Dave Niehaus and broadcasters who are faces of franchises

Dave Niehaus would have turned 77 today. The longtime Seattle Mariners broadcaster was the face of the organization since the club’s inception in 1977. His catch phrase “My, Oh, My” is certainly what Niehaus will be remembered for. He was the team’s broadcaster for the first 34 years of the club’s existence until his sudden death on November 3rd, 2010. There may never be...
Via MyTeamRivals.com
February 19, 2013  |  Discuss

Dave Niehaus: A Legacy That Won’t Be Forgotten

It’s that time of year again. The days are growing longer and all around the country, frigid temperatures are starting to rise. With that comes the start of spring training, one of the ultimate symbols of new beginnings of this nation. It is impossible not to feel optimistic during spring training; this time of year is what maintains the vitality of players and fans alike. Every...
Via Oregon Sports News
February 19, 2013  |  Discuss

Seattle hires Aaron Goldsmith as radio announcer

The Seattle Mariners have hired Aaron Goldsmith to team with veteran broadcaster Rick Rizzs on radio broadcasts beginning with the 2013 season. The Mariners made the announcement on Thursday. Goldsmith becomes a permanent fixture after the Mariners went two seasons with a rotation of announcers working alongside Rizzs following the death of Hall of Fame broadcaster Dave Niehaus...
Via AP on Fox
January 17, 2013  |  Discuss

“My, Oh My!” Mic Check with Mariners voice Dave Niehaus

“My, Oh My” Professional sports in the Northwest has a long illustrious history, and part of that history includes the story telling that the announcing crew brings to life. For fans that are unable to attend the game in person, these gentlemen (and ladies) make you feel as if you were sitting front row. When I sit back and think about Seattle sports announcers there are two...
Via NorthWest Sports Beat
May 30, 2012  |  Discuss

Mariners to keep same broadcast format in 2012

Many of you have asked me what the Mariners are going to do with their broadcast team in 2012 -- the second season since Dave Niehaus's death.
Via Seattle Times
December 01, 2011  |  Discuss

My Oh My! Niehaus immortalized

Was in the checkout line the other day when I heard the cashier gushing effusely over this year’s Major League Baseball Worlds Series being the best ever Baseball he’d ever witness… To which I wanted to say “Put a Sock-in-it Bubbah! Although I must admit I don’t follow Baseball and only idly listened to this year’s Game-7 as background dinner noise. As I guess I’d haveda...
Via Sporty Blog
November 13, 2011  |  Discuss
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