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Murphy was the Mets announcer from the franchise's inception through the 2003 season. (Kathy Willens/AP)
Remembering Bob Murphy:
Mets announcer Gary Cohen on Murphy's career
Gary Cohen and Howie Rose discuss Murphy
Mets announcers reminisce about Bob Murphy
Art Howe on Bob Murphy
• Mets react: Leiter | Piazza | Franco | McEwing
Murphy stories bring on Mets hits
Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully's reaction
• Murphy's biggest calls and Mets reaction: 350K
• Met announcers Robinson, Healy reminisce: 350K
• Mets pregame tribute to Bob Murphy: 300K
Bob Murphy recounts his career in 2003
• Final game pregame ceremony: 350K
• Bob Murphy interviewed Jan. 2003: 56K | 300K
• From 1963 special, "Let's Go Mets": 56K | 300K
Download the Mets game from Aug. 3, 2004, which includes on-air tributes to Murphy, to your hard drive
Voice of the Mets passes away
The Voice of Summer in New York, calm and confident, steady and reliable for so many years, was lost on Tuesday afternoon, when longtime Mets broadcaster Bob Murphy passed away in Florida after a brief battle with lung cancer. He was 79. More >
Murphy honored at memorial service
A master of the airwaves
Generations of New York baseball fans have lost the narrator of their youth. The lullaby of their nights. There is no happy recap. More >
Murphy beloved in New York
Finding someone more beloved than Bob Murphy, a transplanted Oklahoman, on the New York sports landscape would be difficult. More >
Colleagues remember Murphy
Bob Murphy's death unleashed a torrent of emotional remembrances from those colleagues, who eulogized him and celebrated his career. More >
NY area writers remember Murphy
Bob Murphy belonged to a larger family, the family of baseball media. Murphy's death moved the baseball kin to narrate their favorite recollections. More >
Murphy makes his last call
The Voice of Summer never cracked, never wavered, even on his night broadcasting a Mets game, last Sept. 25 at Shea Stadium. More >
Murphy's classic calls
It's nearly impossible to separate the voice of Bob Murphy from the many memorable moments in Mets history. More >