Brooklyn Cyclones Announcer Warner Fusselle Dies At 68
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Warner Fusselle, the voice of Brooklyn Cyclones baseball, has died at age 68.
The team says Fusselle passed away of an apparent heart attack Sunday night.
Born in Kentucky and raised in Georgia, Fusselle had a 40-year career in broadcasting, calling Seton Hall basketball games and filling in for Mel Allen on "This Week In Baseball."
Fusselle came to the Cyclones in 2001.
In a statement, Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz calls Fusselle "Brooklyn's Mr. Baseball."