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Broadcaster Joe Buck has been the voice of the NFL and Major League Baseball for years, calling countless significant playoff games.

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And he will be working tonight’s Pittsburgh Steelers game against the Cleveland Browns for “Monday Night Football” on ESPN.

But a Monday morning walk around town, with PNC Park in its sights, apparently stirred feelings of a missed opportunity.

“Walking on a beautiful morning in Pittsburgh and I remember how much I wanted to call a World Series in this beautiful stadium,” he said. posted on social media platformformerly known as Twitter.

The Pittsburgh Pirates haven’t been to the World Series since 1979, and have only made the postseason three times in the last 30 years, so there hasn’t been any chance of canceling a game in what is classified as one of the best in the country. baseball stadiums.

Buck, son of Hall of Fame broadcaster Jack Buck, also shared other Pittsburgh memories on social media Monday.

“I’m old school. I’ve stayed at the Westin/Doubletree in the past and smashed the Dilly Dally Deli across the street in the morning. I am a simple man,” he wrote. “Family? The meatballs there are crazy. Poli has also returned to her times. Memories. With my dad and Jerry Creedon. One of her best friends. Have you played golf at Chartiers? “I think I’m doing well.”

(We assume he was referring to Alla Famiglia in Pittsburgh’s Allentown neighborhood.)

Last week, Buck and Troy Aikman surpassed the Pat Summerall/John Madden pairing for the most seasons for a football broadcast duo on national television.

Mike Palm is a digital producer for the Tribune-Review. You can contact Mike at 412-380-5674 or mmpalm@triblive.com.

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