Hall of Fame baseball announcer ‘Felo’ Ramirez dies; the voice for millions of Spanish-speaking sports fans – Los Angeles Times

Rafael “Felo” Ramirez, a Hall of Fame baseball radio broadcaster who was the signature voice for millions of Spanish-speaking sports fans over three decades, has died. He was 94.

The Miami Marlins announced Ramirez’s death early Tuesday. The organization says he died Monday night.

“The entire Marlins organization is deeply saddened by the loss of a great friend, Hall of Fame broadcaster and community icon, Felo Ramirez,” the Marlins said in the statement. “Since our inaugural season, he brought home practically every magical moment in franchise history to generations of fans.”

Ramirez was the baseball voice for Spanish speakers across the country, giving voice to more than 30 World Series and All-Star Games.