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"Pat Hughes is an excellent play-by-play announcer...his new Hall of Fame series, 'Baseball Voices', saluting among others Harry Caray and Jack Buck, adds a new dimension to his impressive career."

Curt Smith (America's foremost baseball broadcast historian)


”These are great programs! I love listening to them!.”

Ernie Harwell


“. . .Wonderful!

Chicago Tribune


“Splendid. . . Highly entertaining.”

Chicago Sun-Times


“Masterful . . .These CDs are winners!”

St. Louis Post-Dispatch


“I was really impressed with it . . .I’m very honored by it.”

Harry Kalas


“He has stuff on there that I’ve never heard.”

Marty Brennaman



Pat Hughes

The Baseball Hall of Fame broadcasters are a group I greatly admire.

Growing up in Northern California, I was raised on the voices of the San Francisco Giants, Russ Hodges and Lon Simmons. At night, I could tune in to the amazing Vin Scully from Los Angeles.

Since my parents both had Missouri roots, on vacations to their childhood homes, I could listen to the compelling St. Louis Cardinals announcers, Harry Caray and Jack Buck.

I am certain that Hall of Famers like Vinny, Harry, Jack, Russ and Lon inspired me to get interested in baseball announcing.

This series pays tribute to these all-time greats, with Harry Caray and Jack Buck as my first two efforts. These CDs include many of my favorite things: Baseball, Broadcasting, History, Highlights, Humor, Storytelling, Vocabulary and Music. While each CD required an enormous amount of work, it was truly a labor of love.

I produce each one with the intention of having the listener enjoy the recording over and over. For example, if you were a Jack Buck fan, I want you to enjoy his memorable calls of “Go crazy, folks - Go crazy!” and “I don’t believe what I just saw” again and again . . .and I want you to smile fondly as you hear his humorous speeches or his visit with Ron Santo and me in the Chicago Cubs WGN radio booth in 2001.

I loved these guys, and if you did, too, I want you to be able to listen to them and enjoy them - forever!

Thanks again!

Best wishes,
Pat Hughes
September, 2006



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