Legendary broadcaster Bob Wolff passed away peacefully at his home this past Saturday, he was 96 years old. Wolff was most well known for being the only broadcaster ever to do play-by-play for the World Series, NBA Finals, Stanley Cup Finals, and NFL Championship (He did it before it was the Super Bowl). Wolff spent 78 consecutive years as a broadcaster (A world record) where he covered the Westminster Dog Show, the National Horse Show, and multiple college football bowl games as well as the professional sports already mentioned. Wolff is one of only two people (Curt Gowdy) to be enshrined in the Baseball and Basketball Hall of Fame.
You can read more about Wolff’s passing and career here.