Joe Garagiola, honored by the Hall of Fame for his broadcasting, ends 58-year career

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  • Updated: February 20, 2013 - 8:35 PM
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xjritterFeb. 21, 13 1:52 PM

What a great TV personality he was! I really enjoyed him on the NBC baseball game-of-the-week, and also hosting the game show To Tell The Truth. He was ready with a smile and was so self-effacing he could put anyone at ease.

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owatonnabillFeb. 21, 13 2:09 PM

Loved Garagiola. In all honesty he made a career out of telling Yogi Berra stories. Kinda reminded one of a refined Dizzy Dean.

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