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Jack Brickhouse

a voice for all seasons
  • 226 Pages
  • 0.95 MB
  • English
Contemporary Books , Chicago
Brickhouse, Jack, 1916-, Sportscasters -- United States -- Biogr


United S

StatementJanice A. Petterchak ; foreword by Jerome Holtzman.
LC ClassificationsGV742.42.B75 P48 1996
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 226 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL806923M
ISBN 100809232073
LC Control Number95043566

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Jack Brickhouse outside the broadcast booth in the old pressbox at Wrigley Field (left). His profile rose even higher when WGN-TV began televising or more Cubs games a season starting with the season opener in Cincinnati, recorded by Brickhouse’s scorecard (right).

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The season saw Brickhouse cover his first of five baseball All-Star Games, this time as the national announcer for the DuMont network. During that same year, he began publishing the annual Jack Brickhouse’s Major League Record Book, helped to pioneer televised golf, and was on the national broadcast team for the first of four World Series.

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