Jack Buck Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Jack Buck

This Biography is about one of the best Sportscaster Jack Buck including his Height, weight, Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Jack Buck
Real Name Jack Buck
Profession John Francis Buck
Famous as Sportscaster
Nationality American
Personal life of Jack Buck
Born on 21 August 1924
Birthday 21st August
Died At Age 77
Sun Sign Leo
Born in Holyoke, Massachusetts, United States
Died on 18 June 2002
Place of death St. Louis, Missouri, United States
Diseases & Disabilities Parkinson’s Disease
Family Background of Jack Buck
Father Earle
Mother Kathleen Buck
Siblings Bob Buck
Spouses/Partners Alyce Larson, Carole Lintzenich
Children Jack, Jr., Dan, Joe Buck, Beverly, Christine, Bonnie, Betsy, Julie
Education Ohio State University
Awards 1987 – Ford C. Frick Award for broadcasting from the National Baseball Hall of Fame

1996 – Pete Rozelle Radio-Television Award from the Pro Football Hall of Fame

Personal Fact of Jack Buck

Jack Buck, best known as the former voice of St. Louis Cardinals, was one of America’s most loved sportscasters. Drafted into the U.S. Army, he was awarded the Purple Cross for his distinguished service in World War II. He began his broadcasting career calling Cardinals games for KMOX radio along with Harry Caray, Milo Hamilton and Joe Garagiola and became the team’s main play-by-play caller later.

He had a great partnership which spanned nearly three decades with Mike Shannon. As a Cardinals fan, there was an extra zeal in his voice when he called That’s a winner! when the team won. But his most memorable calls were “Go crazy, folks!”, and We’ll see you tomorrow night! His calls were spontaneous, sincere and humorous.

Apart from baseball, he was a caller for many other sports. He called National Football games, and along with Hank Stram, was the radio voice of Monday Night Football. He called 16 Super Bowls and did the play-by-play for one. He was the voice of the St. Louis Blues of the National Hockey League. He has also covered a Stanley Cup final for radio. He was honored with many awards, including the Ford C. Frick Award and the Pete Rozelle Radio-Television Award.

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