Bob Wolff

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Bob Wolff (born November 29, 1920) is a longtime sportscaster who has called football, baseball, basketball, and ice hockey.

Broadcasting[change | change source]

He has called NFL, college football, NBA, college basketball, MLB, and NHL.

Football[change | change source]

Wolff has called games for the Cleveland Browns, Washington Redskins, and Baltimore Colts and college football for MSG Network.

Basketball[change | change source]

He called basketball games for NBC, New York Knicks, Detroit Pistons, and college basketball for MSG Network.

Baseball[change | change source]

Wolff called games for Mutual, ABC, NBC, NBC Radio, Washington Senators, and Minnesota Twins.

NHL[change | change source]

He called games for the New York Rangers for many years.

Other sports[change | change source]

Wolff called games for the old Tamp Bay Rowdies, boxing, gymnastics, bowling, track-and-field, and tennis tournaments.