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Enberg is one of the most prominent play-by-play announcers in network television, with a career spanning more than forty years. He is recognizable by his trademark exclamation, "Oh, my!"
In 1965 Enberg began a full-time sportscasting career, calling games for the California Angels of Major League Baseball, the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League, and UCLA Bruins basketball. After every Angels victory, he would wrap up his broadcast with, "And the halo shines tonight." Four times Enberg was named California Sportscaster of the Year.
In 1975 Enberg joined the NBC television network. For the next 25 years, he broadcast a plethora of sports and events for NBC, including the NFL, MLB, the National Basketball Association, the U.S. Open golf championship, college football, college basketball, the Wimbledon and French Open tennis tournaments, heavyweight boxing, Breeders' Cup horse racing, and the Olympic Games. While on The NFL on NBC, Enberg called eight Super Bowls, the last being Super Bowl XXXII in 1998.
Having switched to CBS in 2000, Enberg now calls that network's NFL and college basketball action, and the U.S. Open tennis tournament, as well as contributing to coverage of The Masters and PGA Championship golf. In 2004, Enberg served as lead commentator for ESPN's coverage of the Wimbledon, French Open, and Australian Open tennis tournaments.
Enberg has garnered many awards and honors over the years, including 13 Emmy Awards (as well as a Lifetime Achievement Emmy), 9 National Sportscaster of the Year awards, the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Pete Rozelle Award, the NBA's Curt Gowdy Award, and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Enberg is the only sportscaster thus far to win Emmys in three categories (broadcasting, writing, and producing.) In 2012, Enberg returned as play-by-play voice of the San Diego Padres.
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