Pete van Wieren

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Skip Caray and Pete van Wieren
acknowledging fans at a game in 1983.

Pete van Wieren (born October 7, 1944 in Rochester, New York) is a former American sportscaster. He was the voice of Major League Baseball's Atlanta Braves along with Skip Caray.

He also called games for the Atlanta Hawks, Atlanta Falcons preseason, and Atlanta Flames. Van Wieren also was employed for Turner Sports calling college football games on TBS and NBA games for TNT and TBS. He unexpectedly announced his retirement in 2008 after the death of fellow broadcaster Skip Caray.

Early in 2010, Van Wieren was diagnosed with cancer.[1]

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