Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

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April 22, 2013

Fake sounds or not, ole Waite was the best

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When the Reds played on the road, Hoyt didn’t travel with the team. He would broadcast the games from a studio in Cincinnati with a pitch-by-pitch running report from Western Union.

We used to marvel at the sound of the bat striking the ball so loudly on a big hit as the crowd roared its approval – through the magic of recorded sound effects.

To be honest, we boys of summer didn’t know and didn’t care whether or not the game was a live broadcast.

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Keith Kappes is a columnist for The Morehead (Ky.) News. Contact him at kkappes@cnhi.com.

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