Jack Buck

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Jack Buck

John Francis "Jack" Buck (August 21, 1924 – June 18, 2002) was a sportscaster. He was the father of Joe Buck and the brother of another late sportscaster Bob Buck. Buck was best known for working with the St. Louis Cardinals. His other play-by-play jobs include these:

  • Ohio State Buckeyes football play-by-play
  • Ohio State Buckeyes basketball play-by-play
  • Rochester Red Wings play-by-play
  • Columbus Red Birds play-by-play
  • MLB on ABC play-by-play
  • AFL on ABC play-by-play
  • NFL on CBS play-by-play
  • College Football on CBS play-by-play such as the 1965 Cotton Bowl Classic
  • MLB on CBS Radio lead play-by-play
  • NFL on CBS Radio lead play-by-play with Hank Stram
  • NFL on NBC play-by-play
  • MLB on NBC back-up play-by-play
  • St. Louis Blues play-by-play
  • St. Louis Hawks play-by-play
  • Rochester Royals play-by-play
  • Boxing on CBS play-by-play
  • Boxing on NBC play-by-play
  • Bowling on CBS play-by-play
  • Bowling on NBC play-by-play
  • Wrestling on CBS play-by-play
  • Wrestling on NBC play-by-play
  • MLB on CBS lead play-by-play