Earl Gillespie

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Earl Gillespie (July 25, 1922-December 12, 2003)[1][2] was a sportscaster. He called games for the Milwaukee Braves, Green Bay Packers, Wisconsin Badgers football and basketball, and Marquette Golden Eagles basketball. He also called games nationally for DuMont, NBC Radio, and Mutual Radio.

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  1. Social Security Death Index
  2. "Earl Gillespie, 81, Milwaukee Braves baseball announcer", The Boston Globe, Dec. 13, 2003.