Sep 18, 2015

Longtime MLB radio announcer Milo Hamilton dies at 88

HOUSTON (AP) — Milo Hamilton, a Hall of Fame broadcaster whose radio calls over six decades included 11 no-hitters and Hank Aaron's historic 715th home run in 1974, died on Thursday. He was 88. The Houston Astros announced the death of their longtime play-by-play man, well known for using the phrase "Holy Toledo." A cause of death was not immediately released for Hamilton, who worked for seven...

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