1982 ALCS Gm5: Brewers radio call of final out

1982 ALCS Gm5: Brewers radio call of final out
    10/10/82: Brewers radio call of the final out of the 1982 ALCS as the Brewers win the AL pennant and advance to the World Series
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    1. Uecker didn't work for ABC during this series. As stated ABC at the time(in Howard Cosell's words) A broadcaster could not work games of a team with which he was so closely identified.. ABC's crew was Keith Jackson and A Baltimore Oriole and the Orioles's fomrer manager(Earl Weaver retired for the 1st time after this season) Here is the 1982 ABC post season broadcasting crews

      Tuesday 10/5:
      Game 1, Brewers-Angels, 8:00, ABC. Keith Jackson, Jim Palmer, Earl Weaver
      Wednesday 10/6:
      Game 2, Brewers-Angels, 8:00, ABC. Keith Jackson, Jim Palmer, Earl Weaver
      Thursday 10/7:
      Game 1, Braves-Cardinals, 8:00, ABC. Al Michaels, Tommy Lasorda, Howard Cosell
      Friday 10/8:
      Game 3, Angels-Brewers, 3:00, ABC. Keith Jackson, Jim Palmer, Earl Weaver
      Saturday 10/9:
      Game 4, Angels-Brewers, 1:00, ABC. Keith Jackson, Jim Palmer, Earl Weaver
      Game 2, Braves-Cardinals, 8:00, ABC. Al Michaels, Tommy Lasorda
      Sunday 10/10:
      Game 5, Angels-Brewers, 4:00, ABC. Keith Jackson, Jim Palmer, Earl Weaver
      Game 3, Cardinals-Braves, 8:00, ABC. Al Michaels, Tommy Lasorda, Howard Cosell

    2. Never forget watching this live as a kid. The city went crazy people just out every where honking their horns and celebrating. What a great team they had. The old school brewer logo is the best in baseball imo.Love the Brew Crew win or lose😀

    3. As a Cub fan, I can honestly say I hope the Brewers win the world series soon. The Brewers were my favorite AL team when they were in the AL. Went to several games at county stadium. My family is from Wisconsin but moved to Chicago before I was born. Once the Braves left, my dad became a Cubs fan and I was born into it. But we always rooted for the Brewers in the AL. It may not be a popular thing for me to say but I was sad when the Brewers came to the NL and became a part of the NL central. As much as I hated to, I had to force myself to not root for the Brewers anymore because of the Cubs. However, ANY year that the Cubs don't make the playoffs and the Brewers do, I will be pulling for the Brewers to win it all!!

    4. I don't know how true it is, but supposedly something happened that got Mosely fired. Like I said, I don't know how true it is, just something I've heard…. I've asked some old timers in the Brewers organization about it and everyone's tight lipped.

    5. WISN won the radio rights to Brewers games starting in 1981 but when the other announcer left, Mosley, who was the sports director at WISN radio at the time, was tapped to call games in 1982. Then he went along with the broadcast when WTMJ reclaimed the rights for 1983, but was fired after the season. 1981 and 1982 were the only seasons WTMJ did not broadcast Brewers games. Mosley became sports anchor at WQOW-TV in Eau Claire shortly afterward.

    6. That is actually Dwayne Mosely on the call. Uecker was down in the locker room ready to do interviews on the ABC broadcast. Mosely went on to call Kansas City Royals games on TV in the mid 80's.