Baseball announcer Ken Coleman dies

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Ken Coleman, the legendary voice of the Boston Red Sox, has died. Coleman got his start calling baseball games in Vermont for the Rutland Royals in the 1940’s.

He went on to call Red Sox games for 20 years, including the team’s World Series appearances in 1967 and 1986.

Coleman was a native of Quincy, Massachusetts; he was 78.

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