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They tried ever so hard to make major league baseball’s opening day seem as normal as possible, for the radio listener or TV viewer anyway. Globe Life Field in Arlington – the $1.2 billion enclosed structure barely completed for the scheduled home opener in March – languished for almost four months. When it finally opened, fans were denied admission. So, it was up to “describers” behind microphones and cameras to showcase the goings on of the delayed first game. For the Texas Rangers, seasoned media veterans came through, thanks to the creative genius of public address announcer/sound effects maestro Chuck Morgan and ...

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