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For Your Listening Pleasure (Walk-Off Calls x 3)

Just thought I'd cut and paste these from MLB Audio and the WGN post game feed - the walk off home run calls by Len Kasper and Bob Brenly, Pat Hughes and Ron Santo, and Bob Uecker doing the  Milwaukee radio call (for contrast).

Someone said Len sounded like he was going through puberty for his call of the Soriano walk off hit against the Rockies in the big comeback last week. Guess what - he's still making the big change!

Warning: these were hacked together quickly and recorded at different levels. Turn UP your computer for Len and Bob, then turn it DOWN before you listen to Pat and Ron or else you might wake someone up on the next block.

Note: there's actually something in common between Bob Uecker and Ron Santo...see if you can figure out what it is.

Click here for Len and Bob

Click here for Pat and Ron

Click here for Bob Uecker

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