Peter R. "Pete" Gross (December 28, 1936 – December 2, 1992) a Northwest sports announcer, was a household name in Seattle, Washington for 17 years as the "Voice of the Seahawks". He spent most of his career as a radio play-by-play announcer with KIRO (AM). His most memorable call line was "Touchdown Seahawks!" Steve Raible, who served as color commentator with Pete Gross during much of his 17 years, continues to call that line as the Seahawks play-by-play announcer today. Gross' original broadcast partners on the Seahawks radio broadcasts were Don Heinrich and Wayne Cody.

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  • Peter R. "Pete" Gross (December 28, 1936 – December 2, 1992) a Northwest sports announcer, was a household name in Seattle, Washington for 17 years as the "Voice of the Seahawks". He spent most of his career as a radio play-by-play announcer with KIRO (AM). His most memorable call line was "Touchdown Seahawks!" Steve Raible, who served as color commentator with Pete Gross during much of his 17 years, continues to call that line as the Seahawks play-by-play announcer today. Gross' original broadcast partners on the Seahawks radio broadcasts were Don Heinrich and Wayne Cody. Before announcing for the Seahawks, Gross called football and basketball play-by-play for the University of Washington as well as for the University of the Pacific. He was the play-by-play announcer on KIRO-TV Seattle SuperSonics telecasts from 1976-78. The Seahawks inducted Gross into the Seahawks Ring of Honor in 1992. In his 17 seasons, Gross called almost every game, only missing five games in 1992 due to cancer. In 1983, Gross was in the broadcast booth as the Seahawks came within one game of the January 1984 Super Bowl. (en)
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  • Peter R. "Pete" Gross (December 28, 1936 – December 2, 1992) a Northwest sports announcer, was a household name in Seattle, Washington for 17 years as the "Voice of the Seahawks". He spent most of his career as a radio play-by-play announcer with KIRO (AM). His most memorable call line was "Touchdown Seahawks!" Steve Raible, who served as color commentator with Pete Gross during much of his 17 years, continues to call that line as the Seahawks play-by-play announcer today. Gross' original broadcast partners on the Seahawks radio broadcasts were Don Heinrich and Wayne Cody. (en)
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