He was Engberg's daughter, Nicole, confirmed the death to The Associated Press. She said the family became concerned when he didn't arrive on his flight to Boston on Thursday, and that he was found dead at his home in La Jolla, a San Diego neighborhood, with his bags packed. He also was well-known for his baseball catchphrase of "Touch 'em all" for home runs. Raised in Armada, Michigan, Enberg's first radio job was actually as a radio station custodian in Mount Pleasant, Michigan, when he was a junior at Central Michigan.
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Dick Enberg, famed sportscaster, dead at 82
Dick Enberg, Legendary Sportscaster, Dies at 82 – Variety
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He was 82 years old. If you grew up watching National Football League games, the passing of Enberg is a real mortality check. But Enberg brought an ease of vocal delivery and lent an authoritative feeling in his play-by-play work that somehow elevated the games he covered. He was found dead of an apparent heart attack at his home, his bags packed.
Enberg then went on to graduate school at Indiana University , where he earned master's and doctorate degrees in health sciences. He was also the play-by-play announcer for Indiana Hoosiers football and basketball games, and in called his first NCAA basketball tournament event, the championship game between Cincinnati and Ohio State. After every Angels victory, he would wrap up his broadcast with, "And the halo shines tonight," in reference to the "Big A" scoreboard at Anaheim Stadium and the halo at the top, which would light up for everyone in the area to see, particularly from the adjacent freeway. Enberg was named California Sportscaster of the Year four times during this period.