Talk:John Gordon (broadcaster)

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Was John Gordon the first announcer to regularly exclaim "Touch 'em all [player who just hit homerun]"?

  • Dunno, but he is probably the only one to do it EVERYTIME a player for the team he is anouncing for hits one out.--E tac 06:08, 13 April 2007 (UTC)