- Herb Carneal
Herb Carneal (
May 10 1923– April 1 2007) was an American Major League Baseball sportscaster. From 1962 through 2006, he was a play-by-playvoice of Minnesota Twins radiobroadcasts, becoming the lead announcer in 1967 after Ray Scott left to work exclusively with CBS. His mellow baritone voice and laid-back demeanor were well-loved by Twins fans. His enduring nickname was "The Voice of the Twins". Carneal's trademark greeting, "Hi everybody," was reminiscent of his down-home style.
His announcing career received a significant boost when he took over the Twins broadcasts, as it united him with legendary broadcaster
Halsey Hall, after whom many major league broadcasters have modeled their work. Hall's influence on Carneal's career development is legendary.
Carneal received the
Ford C. Frick Awardfrom the Baseball Hall of Famein 1996, and was inducted into the Pavek Museum of Broadcasting's Hall of Fame in 2004.
Beginning in 2002, Carneal scaled back his workload to providing play-by-play for half of Minnesota's home games. By 2007, he was scheduled to work only 36 games. Until 2007, Carneal worked in partnership with fellow radio commentators John Gordon and
Herb Carneal died on
April 1 2007of congestive heart failure. [cite web | last = Zulgad | first = Judd | title = Herb Carneal dies at 83 | publisher = Star Tribune| date = April 1 2007| url = http://www.startribune.com/509/story/1093520.html | accessdate = 2007-04-01] The Twins dedicated their 2007 season to Carneal, wearing patches on their sleeves in his honor.
* [http://www.baseballhalloffame.org/hofers_and_honorees/frick_bios/carneal_herb.htm Baseball Hall of Fame - Frick Award recipient]
* [http://www.wccoradio.com/(kd4uqn45j5k4gvy533x1ft45)/talent/carneal.aspx WCCO: Herb Carneal]
* [http://www.pavekmuseum.org/carneal.htm Pavek Museum: Herb Carneal]
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