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Captain of the harbors of Major League Baseball start etching plate for a a bunch of years now about 21.
Hall of fame broadcaster get this 34 years and he's finally get a say.
I retire I quit tomorrow be his last all star game that he's gone.
Simply doing it Citi Field the team he broke in the broadcasting doing so what are his favorite moments throughout his 55 year old baseball career we need our own our -- Hall of fame broadcaster Tim -- welcome.
Thank you very much Brian why energy here at the ballpark is here behind me.
You're I don't know what I don't want my.
-- looks a little bit more authentic not much more but yeah -- -- I -- I know.
All right so listen you -- -- you get -- doing great you call in this game tonight.
Why do you retiring now I mean -- you not did you need to do this anymore but why now well.
I'm not retiring I'm stepping back next year I won't be doing the all star game I won't be doing good.
League championship series and I won't be doing the World Series and that's really.
Right now the only change between this year and next year.
It's time I mean I'll be 72 years -- on October.
It's time to step away -- smell the roses and that's exactly what I'm gonna do.
I heard cooking in blind -- -- to your other passions.
Now I thought about your favorite moment as a player you say no doubt about it score the winning run 1966.
I was too.
The all star game was in its pride and there you are sliding -- Did that hurt.
That's not sure that's not your picture perfect slide is it.
It's good -- -- it all up all it bounces if you were robbed before the ball.
You know I've got a I've got a picture at home.
Not only of the slide but who greeted me.
After the slide Perry walker the third base coach who's the manager of the -- -- that year.
Was the only guy who was not in the hall -- it -- Willie McCovey Willie Mae is Walter Alston.
Gaylord Perry now.
It was baseball hall of famers with the exception of that.
Areas right now what what a wonderful memories that first all star game at Saint Louis and I think six.
Yeah it was unbelievable -- thought about your favorite as a broadcaster not too many years ago.
When the all in the all star game was at Yankee Stadium fifteen innings.
It went to X trading before it was over you loved it.
That -- that was 2008.
And what a great -- -- For that for the grand -- lady to bow out I love the old Yankee Stadium on loved it.
I don't -- -- the new stadium but I love the old stadium a lot of memories there.
Cardinals we won a world championship.
At the old Yankee Stadium -- broadcast their three years and to see it bow out so gracefully in 2008.
And that was the longest all star game and in history.
It didn't match the all star game from innings played but it was along this morning and the famous.
Grow from Nate McLouth.
Two Russell Martin who eventually became a Yankee -- through a lot of memories from -- game.
The -- I can't -- I told you this from day one when you became the net broadcast guys are -- much so much more.
About baseball there's no doubt about it you're going to be the best and that's way you are.
-- off just a little bit.
After all these years thanks to join his camp good look at the game Tuesday night on fox you -- Joe Buck if you don't get sick of them present an -- -- -- this year.
-- things are slowing down and I'm enjoying this job.
Much more than I ever have.
And he did eight years is still when your prime at seven due back in your car thanks so much.
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