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Name:Peter Gammons
Hometown:Groton, MA
High School:Groton
Born:April 9, 1945 (74)
Notes:Sportswriter

Astros call up third-base prospect Colin Moran from AAA
The Astros are calling up their second prospect from Class AAA Fresno in as many days. Colin Moran will join the team Tuesday in Chicago...

Daniel Bard released by Pittsburgh Pirates, per report
The Pittsburgh Pirates have released former Boston Red Sox reliever Daniel Bard, Peter Gammons reported on Twitter. Bard signed a minor league contract with Pittsburgh...

Hall of Fame baseball writer, UNC alum Peter Gammons plans website launch this week
Veteran baseball scribe Peter Gammons has partnered with Boston-based TruMedia Networks Inc. to create a new website based around his work, GammonsDaily.com. The online destination...

Could Daniel Bard Make Move to Red Sox Starting Rotation?
The Rod Sox brought in (other) pitchers...to help shore up the back end of the pen, a spot held down last year by Daniel Bard...

Peter Gammons discovered his calling during Chapel Hill bar debate
Brilliance is often discovered by accident, and so it was with Peter Gammons. Gammons, inducted into the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association Hall of Fame...

First Pitch Dinner A Success
The UNC baseball team kicked off the 2010 season in style Saturday night by hosting nearly 400 supporters for the second-annual First Pitch Dinner at...

Around the Bases with Peter Gammons
Hall-of-Fame baseball reporter Peter Gammons was the featured speaker for UNC's 2010 First Pitch Banquet. Inside Carolina was able to catch up with the UNC...

Peter Gammons Unplugged
After two decades with ESPN as the network's most prominent baseball voice, Peter Gammons begins the next chapter of his professional career. He recently joined...

Dustin Ackley calls for gushing
In Peter Gammons' May 16 blog on ESPN.com, he -- yes -- gushed for nearly 500 words under the headline "Carolina's Dustin Ackley has 'it'"...

Peter Gammons Talks Tar Heels
Peter Gammons, a 1969 UNC graduate, diehard Tar Heel fan, and oh yes, the most respected baseball analyst in the country, stopped by the Tar...


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