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Best Wishes To Bob Uecker

By on April 28, 2010

Bob Uecker will be unable to announce for 10-12 weeks as he will undergo heart surgery on Friday. Mr. Baseball has touched so many lives around the Milwaukee area and beyond, and I wish him a speedy recovery. You can leave a message for Uecker here, courtesy of Fox 6 Milwaukee.

Get well soon, Bob. We’ll miss you.

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  1. Julie Garber says: October 15, 2010

    My very best wishes to you on your surgery. I can’t begin to tell you how much I love listening to you broadcast the games. I’m outside alot working in the yard so I have you to listen to while I’m working and when I have to come inside the radio comes with me to listen to you and I always turn the volume down on the T. V. There’s NO ONE more enjoyable than you to listen to you. Again I wish you the very best and a speedy recovery. I’d love to get your autograph.

  2. Aaron RIvard says: October 15, 2010

    Mr Uecker –

    I was born in 1972 so as far as I know, you are the only announcer the Brewers have ever had! I started following closely during the magical 1982 season and would hide a radio under my pillow and listen to you on WEVR 106.3 in River Falls, WI. Your stories are the best, your views on life, baseball, and your own place in the world are as entertaining as any. Just a afew weeks ago in New York you had Bob Costas in the booth, and between you, Corey, and Bob – it was as entertaining as anything I have ever heard!! No matter if they are winning like in 1987 during the streak, or having a sub .500 season – you make it all for great entertainment. I know the players and community love you – and so do I, after all these summers listening, you are a family member to me. My 12 year old son does not realize how lucky we are to have you. We would drive 5 1/2 hours as kids to see outdoor baseball (not that crap in the Metrodome 45 minutes away) and I would get as big a thrill seeing Robin, Paul, Coop, Gorman, as I do see ing Bob Uecker in the WTMJ booth at County Stadium. I know your sense of humor and most jokes point directly at you, but you area Hall of Famer in every sense of the word. Get well soon – not having you on the radio leaves a huge hole for us True Blue Brewers fans…

    Aaron Rivard
    Somerset, WI

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