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What's Great About Baseball



Ernie Harwell, Detroit Tigers broadcaster since 1967 ---

Diagnosed with incurable cancer, Ernie delivers his farewell address at Tigers stadium. Harwell has been calling baseball games for 55 years, the last 42 with the Tigers. A member of the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame, Harwell may be the last of the truly great announcers.