Bob Prince signed letter & envelope duo – Pirates Baseball HOF Broadcaster

Bob Prince (D. 1985) was an American radio and television sportscaster and commentator best known for his 28-year stint as the voice of the Pittsburgh Pirates Major League Baseball club, with whom he earned the nickname “The Gunner” and became a cultural icon in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Prince was one of the most distinct, colorful and popular voices in sports broadcast history, known for his gravel voice, unabashed style and clever nicknames and phrases, which came to be known as "Gunnerisms." His unique manner influenced a number of broadcasters after him, a list that includes Pittsburgh Penguins voice Mike Lange and Pittsburgh Steelers color analyst Myron Cope among others.Prince called Pirates games from 1948 to 1975, including the World Series championship years of 1960 and 1971. Nationally, Prince broadcast the 1960, 1966, and 1971 World Series and the 1965 All-Star Game for NBC, as well as the first year (1976) of ABC's Monday Night Baseball. He also broadcast at different times for other Pittsburgh-area sports teams, including Steelers football and Penguins hockey. He is a member of the Broadcaster’s Wing of the Baseball HOF.

Offered is a 6x9 signed handwritten letter  from 1982 writing to a fan about Rosey Roswell (who was the Pirates first broadcaster and Bob’s first broadcasting partner).  This comes with the original mailing envelope that Prince signed.

Wow!!!! Nice content and pairing (2 signed pieces in total)

Item: 10548

Price: $350.00
Bob Prince signed letter & envelope duo – Pirates Baseball HOF Broadcaster