PadresHall of Fame broadcaster Dick Enberg says 2016 will be his final season as the team’s primary play-by-play announcer.Enberg, 80,made the announcement just before the Padres hosted the Giants on Wednesday.MORE: The 13 best baseball-themedTV episodes |Vin Scully sets longevityrecord| MLB postseason TV scheduleIn culminating 60 years of sports broadcasting, it has Dustin McGowan Jersey been a tremendous thrill to be the TV voice of my hometown San Diego Padres, and I’m tremendously excited that I will have a continuing TV role through the 2016 season an All-Star Game year for San Diego, Enberg said in a release.Our family is sincerely grateful to Padres ownership, Ron Fowler and Peter and Tom Seidler, and CEO Mike https://www.raysedge.com/tampa-bay-rays/dustin-mcgowan-jersey Dee for providing the opportunity for an extension through 2016. While I have decided that 2016 will be my last as the primary play-by-play announcer, I will always be a Padre. Ilook forward to a continuing role, ultimately, with high hopes, I’ll be one of the many in line that will someday soon embrace a World Series championship in San Diego.Enberg,who has been with the Padres since 2010, has received numerous broadcasting awards, includingthe Ford C. Frick Award from the National Baseball Hall of Fame; theRozelle Award from the Pro Football Hall of Fame; and the Gowdy Award from the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.Enberg worked for CBS Sports for 11 years prior to the Padres,serving as a play-by-play voice for the NFL, college basketball, PGA Golfand the U.S. Open Tennis Championship. He also spent25 years at NBC Sports.He hasbeen awarded14 Emmys, nine Sportscaster of the Year awards, the Ronald Reagan Media Award and the Victor Award, recognizing the top sportscaster of the Corey Dickerson Jersey past 40 years.
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