Incolm Place, Cape Town, South Africa
Email Us +27 82 444 4444

opinion, actual, will take part discussion. know..


9 thoughts on “ Dave Niehaus & Rick Rizzs - 1995: A Season To Remember (Cassette)

  1. There’s a minute video tape, “My oh My” ($), narrated by the voice of the Mariners, Dave Niehaus; 73 minutes of audio highlight from radio broadcasts featuring Niehaus and Rick Rizzs.
  2. Jun 01,  · Which is why on the day Martinez smashed the double off Jack McDowell to beat the Yankees in the playoffs, Niehaus' broadcast partner Rick Rizzs ripped off his headset and microphone, leaving the descriptions to the man at this side. "This is his moment," Rizzs remembers saying to himself.
  3. Collection of (3) SEATTLE MARINER Baseball Videos & Audio by KIRO - Two VHS Videocassettes: MY OH MY, SWEET and one rare Audiocassette A Season to Remember with Rick Rizzs and Dave Niehaus (72 minutes!) - Save on shipping! [Seattle Mariners, Major League Baseball, KIRO Radio] on blocenzaphinalu.newslagetfdetosudogtprovimnebugal.infoinfo *FREE* shipping on qualifying blocenzaphinalu.newslagetfdetosudogtprovimnebugal.infoinfo: Seattle Mariners, Major League Baseball, KIRO Radio.
  4. minute video highlights of The Magical Mariner Ride of ! Relive the unbelievable ride - from 13 games out in mid-August to the A.L. West Championship. Thrill again to the jubilant play-by-play calls of the legendary Dave Niehaus and Rick Rizzs as you see the Seattle Mariners climb from worst to first/5(4).
  5. Rick Rizzs Remembers. From the Corner of Edgar & Dave recently caught up with Mariners broadcaster Rick Rizzs, who shares with us the moment that — after nearly 25 years — still resonates with him. “What still stands out is I still get goosebumps,” Rizzs said. “I know Edgar’s going to take a fastball on the outside corner for a strike.
  6. Mar 20,  · Dave Niehaus Top 10 Mariners Moments MY OH MY! We miss you Dave, you were the greatest.
  7. Rick Rizzs, Niehaus’ longtime broadcast partner, was blown away when he walked into the room where the sculpture is being worked on. At this point, the statue has been done in clay. That mold will then be used to cast the bronze piece that ultimately will go into the outfield concourse in .
  8. Art of baseball: Radio deities who call the shots. Jun 4, Dave Niehaus, left, and Rick Rizzs reunited as broadcast partners for the Mariners in , when Rizzs returned to Seattle after a disastrous stint in Detroit as Ernie Harwell's replacement.
  9. Dave Niehaus passed away at the age of 75, and if anyone deserved to live twice as long, it was Dave. When he was ready, he was going to tell us that, “This will be my last season.” That way, we as Mariner fans, as baseball fans, could take the time at some point in the season to appreciate the man, the legend, the voice.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *