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Saturday, September 19, 2015

Hall of Fame Broadcaster Hamilton Dies

Hall of Fame Broadcaster Hamilton Dies
Sep 17th 2015, 20:01
Milo Hamilton spent 60 years broadcasting major league baseball games and was working for WSB in Atlanta when he called Hank Aaron's 715 home run back in 1974. He also called Stan Musial's five home runs in a doubleheader in 1954, 11 no-hitters, Nolan Ryan's 4,000th strikeout in 1985 and Craig Biggio's 3,000th hit in 2007 throughout his six decades calling baseball. Hamilton joined the Houston Astros in 1985 and retired after the 2012 season. He was inducted into the radio Hall of Fame in 2000. Hamilton was 88 years old.