CBS News Sportscaster Dick Enberg had died at his California home at the age of 82. Enberg was an Indiana University graduate, voicing the first radio broadcast of the infamous “Little 500” bike race.
His wife, Barbara Enberg, believes the legendary broadcaster suffered from a heart attack when he failed to leave for the airport.
Through his career, Enberg covered 28 Wimbledon Tennis tournaments, 10 Super Bowls, and eight NCAA Basketball Title games.
His most recent full-time job was as the TV voice of the San Diego Padres.