Tim McCarver, a 21-year MLB veteran and Hall of Fame broadcaster, has died at age 81, the Baseball Hall of Fame announced Thursday.

McCarver spent 21 years in Major League Baseball, collecting two World Series rings with the St. Louis Cardinals in 1964 and 1967.

McCarver, a catcher for most of his career, played from 1959 to 1980 but wasn’t done with the game after he hung up his shoes. He then moved into broadcasting, where he won three Emmy Awards as a color commentator, most notably for Fox Sports.

In 2012, McCarver won the Ford C. Frick Award for Broadcasting and was also inducted into the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame.

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