On November 10, 2010 — At the age of 75, legendary Mariners broadcaster Dave Niehaus dies at his home after suffering a heart attack. The 2008 Ford C. Frick award recipient and Seattle’s only representative in baseball’s Hall of Fame, best known for trademark calls of “My Oh My” and “It will fly away”, called all but 101 of the 5,385 games for 34 seasons that the team has played, including the very first pitch in franchise history thrown by Diego Segui in 1977.

 


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Sources:
Baseball Reference November 10
National Pastime November 10
Retro Sheet
Hall of Fame
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