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Ron Fairly, whose career as a player and broadcaster spanned nearly 50 years, has died at the age of 81, the Custom Seattle Mariners Nike Jerseys announced Wednesday.

The Mariners organization has lost one of its most beloved voices.

We send our thoughts and condolences to the family and loved ones of broadcaster and baseball lifer Ron Fairly. May he Rest In Peace.

— Seattle Mariners (@Mariners) October 30, 2019
Fairly played 21 years in the majors, winning three World Series titles with the Custom Los Angeles Dodgers Nike Jerseys, with whom he played from 1958 to 1969. He also played with the Custom Montreal Expos Nike Jerseys, Custom St. Louis Cardinals Nike Jerseys, Custom Oakland Athletics Nike Jerseys, Custom Toronto Blue Jays Nike Jerseys and Custom California Angels Nike Jerseys, compiling a .266 average with 215 home runs and 1,044 RBIs.

He was an All-Star with the Expos in 1973 and the Blue Jays in 1977 and is the only player to represent both Canadian major league teams in the All-Star Game. After retiring in 1978 as an Angel, he joined the team’s broadcast team the next season. He also broadcast San Francisco Giants games in 1987 before moving up the West Coast to Seattle in 1993.

“Ron was a key voice in our history,” Mariners president and CEO Kevin Mather said. “He joined our team at the start of an important era of Seattle baseball, beginning the same year as Lou Piniella and bringing over a decade of exciting baseball to our fans on TV and radio. Our thoughts are with his three sons: Mike, Steve and Patrick, and his grandchildren.”

Fairly remained in the Mariners booth full time until 2006 and occasionally came out of retirement to fill in.

“Red was a true gentleman of the game and in life,” former Mariners radio producer Kevin Cremin said. “He spanned many eras of baseball and had great stories to tell about all of them. He will be missed.”

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NEW YORK — Fans in Washington and Houston might be excited, but the rest of the country is reacting to the World Series with a collective yawn.

Through the first five games, the World Series has been averaging 11.6 million viewers, the Nielsen company said. That puts it on pace to be the least-watched Fall Classic ever, although ratings tend to pick up when a series reaches a sixth or deciding seventh game. Game 6 is Tuesday in Houston.

The previous low point came in 2012, when an average of 12.64 million viewers watched the Custom San Francisco Giants Nike Jerseys complete a four-game sweep over the Custom Detroit Tigers Nike Jerseys.


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From an audience perspective, the Series was really hurt Sunday night, when 18.3 million people watched an NFL game between the Green Bay Packers and Kansas City Chiefs compared to the 11.4 million who tuned in to baseball at the same time. That’s the widest viewership margin an NFL game has ever had over a World Series game at least since Nielsen began keeping more precise records in 1987.

Sports led Fox to an easy victory for the week in prime time, averaging 10.9 million viewers. CBS had 6.54 million viewers, NBC had 6.45 million, ABC had 4.3 million, Telemundo had 1.3 million, ION Television had 1.22 million, Univision had 1.16 million and the CW had 880,000.

Fox News Channel was the week’s most-watched cable network, averaging 2.44 million viewers in prime time. ESPN had 2.38 million viewers, MSNBC had 1.8 million, TLC had 1.21 million and TNT had 1.04 million.

ABC’s “World News Tonight” topped the evening newscasts with an average of 8.2 million viewers. NBC’s “Nightly News” was second with 7.7 million and the “CBS Evening News” had 5.3 million viewers.

For the week of Oct. 21-27, the top 10 shows, their networks and viewerships: NFL football: Green Bay at Kansas City, NBC, 18.32 million; NFL football: Washington Redskins at Minnesota Vikings, Fox, 13.77 million; World Series Game 1: Washington at Houston, Fox, 12.28 million; World Series Game 3: Houston at Washington, Fox, 12.22 million; World Series Game 2: Washington at Houston, Fox, 12.01 million; “NFL Pregame Show,” NBC, 11.87 million; World Series Game 5: Houston at Washington, Fox, 11.39 million; “NCIS,” CBS, 11.35 million; NFL football: New England Patriots at New York Jets, ESPN, 11.33 million; “60 Minutes,” CBS, 11.22 million.