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Author Topic: Remembering Sports Heros  (Read 1064 times)
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« Topic Start: May 05, 2010, 09:11:23 am »

Have you ever met someone in sports that met a lot to you? I have and below will be my best attempt at sharing this.

In Detroit, just like most major sports towns, there are sports figures that are idolized, revered, and placed on an untouchable pedestal.  Last night Ernie Harwell passed away.  Most do not even know who Ernie Harwell is, but to sum it up simply, Erine Harwell was the voice of Michigan's spring, summer, and fall.  He was the announcer for the Detroit Tigers baseball team.  He was a celebrity in Michigan unlike any other because even if you didn't listen to baseball, most know who he is and what a great man he was.  I feel honored to have met him even if it was only for 10 min.  It is 10 min I will cherish in my memories because he gave me 21 years of memories listening to the radio with my dad and grandfather.  It is hard to explain, but just imagine if you could meet a man that made this impact on so many throughout his life.  Ernie Harwell was a one of a kind, genuine article of a human being and will be missed.

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