Astros play-by-play man Bill Brown to retire | astros.com
HOUSTON -- It's the end of an era. Longtime Astros play-by-play announcer Bill Brown will retire at the end of the season, he announced Thursday afternoon, ending a legendary career with Houston that spanned 30 years and earned Brown, 69, a spot on the Astros' Media Wall of Honor. Brown's final scheduled broadcast will be during the Astros' final regular-season home game on Wednesday, when Houston plays Seattle.
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Angels-Astros game story
Bill Brown retiring as Astros television broadcaster - Houston Chronicle
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Astros TV announcer Bill Brown to retire at end of season (Sep 22, 2016) | FOX Sports
HOUSTON (AP) Longtime Houston Astros TV play-by-play announcer Bill Brown will retire this month.
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