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Featured CAB Legacy Honoree: Herb Score

Many a Clevelander grew up listening to the great Herb Score announcing game after Indians game. But Herb got his start as a fireballing pitcher who was heir apparent to Bob Feller. Born in Rosedale, New York, Herb became a part of Cleveland history by signing with the Cleveland Indians at the age of 19. In the spring 0f 55, he became a member of the starting rotation and was named ‘Rookie of the Year’ by MLB. In 1957, Herb got hit by that fateful line drive that essentially ended his career. Herb played a few more seasons of major league baseball and in 1964 he was hired to be the color man on the Indians television broadcasts. After 4 seasons on television, he landed in the radio booth and became the most treasured Indians announcer. In the booth, Herb was rarely critical, occasionally misspoke about the inning and neglected to state the score or inning often, but to Clevelanders, he was ‘our guy’. Luckily, Herb’s broadcast career ended with the powerful Indians teams of the 90’s. Herb received the Cleveland Association of Broadcaster Excellence in Broadcasting award in 1996 and was inducted into the Cleveland Press Club Journalism Hall of Fame and the Ohio Broadcast Hall of Fame in 1998.



CAB Mission Statement

As a nonprofit  401c6 we work collaboratively as an industry to continue to advance excellence in broadcasting in Cleveland through education, social interaction, recognition and philanthropy.
  1. Promote the quality of broadcasting in the Cleveland area
  2. Provide a forum for issues concerning all segments of the Cleveland broadcasting community
  3. Foster greater understanding between those in the broadcasting sales, advertising and business communities
  4. Increase the level of professionalism among those in the Cleveland broadcast community

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