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  1. Bob Uecker - Wikipedia

    Robert George Uecker (/ ˈjuːkər / YOO-kər; born January 26, 1934) is an American former Major League Baseball (MLB) player and current sportscaster, comedian, and actor. Facetiously dubbed "Mr. Baseball" by TV talk show host Johnny Carson, Uecker has served as a play-by-play announcer for Milwaukee Brewers radio broadcasts since 1971.

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  4. A tribute to Mr. Baseball: Classic Ueck stories

    No matter what other sources tell you, Robert George Uecker was born in Milwaukee on Jan. 26, 1934. Throughout his playing career, the back of Uecker’s baseball card said he was born in 1935. Uecker says he never paid attention, but when he got older and people began to more frequently ask his age, he noticed that most databases had it wrong.

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  5. Bob Uecker - IMDb

    Bob Uecker's first career was professional baseball. He played six seasons in the majors (1962-1967), playing catcher for three different National League teams: Braves (Milwaukee, WI, and Atlanta, GA), Cardinals (St. Louis, MO), and Phillies (Philadelphia, PA).

  6. Bob Uecker & Baseball Voices - Bob Uecker: Mr. Baseball ...

    Catcher In The Wry: Outrageous but True Stories of Baseball 1st edition by Bob Uecker (1989) Mass Market Paperback 4.5 out of 5 stars 41 Mass Market Paperback

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  7. Bob Uecker – Society for American Baseball Research

    Jan 04, 2012 · When Bob Uecker was sent down to the minor leagues in 1961 after breaking camp with the Milwaukee Braves, manager Charlie Dressen told him, “There is no room in baseball for a clown.” 1 Dressen could not have been more wrong.

  8. 17 things you might not know about Bob Uecker
    • He was a talk show icon. Before Jimmy Fallon, a guy named Johnny Carson hosted "The Tonight Show" – and he must've been a big Bob Uecker fan, because the broadcast legend was a guest of Carson's more than 100 times.
    • Uecker hosted "SNL" in 1984. Right before "Mr. Belvedere" (see below) made its premiere, Uecker hosted"Saturday Night Live." Despite the all-star cast (including Martin Short, Billy Crystal, Harry Shearer, Christopher Guest and Julia Louis-Dreyfus) the episode is not considered one of the show's finest – but hey, at least nobody came dressed up like bottled water.
    • He’s got some moves. Crank it up, Ueck! OK, maybe it looks less like dancing and more like starting a finicky chainsaw, but when you're Bob Uecker, you celebrate a playoff spot however you damn well please.
    • He’s the star of a great Milwaukee Admirals commercial. Go Ads! (And also ads!)
  9. Grateful Uecker back in booth for Crew

    1 day ago · On Tuesday, "Mr. Baseball" started earning his keep. Uecker joined radio broadcast partner Jeff Levering and longtime engineer Kent Summerfeld for the call of the Brewers’ exhibition home opener against the A’s at American Family Fields of Phoenix.

  10. Bob Uecker: Mr. Baseball is Also Mr. Class | Bob Fox

    Aug 31, 2020 · Shannon often had dinner with owner Bud Selig and with the man who was also known as “Mr. Baseball”, Bob Uecker. When Ueck agreed to do the show, I was thrilled. I was in awe of the guy to begin with. Not only was he a great broadcaster for the Brewers, he also did other national MLB broadcasts for ABC.

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