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Dick Stockton was educated at Syracuse University, majoring in political science. In 1965, he began his sportscasting career at local radio and television stations in Philadelphia; a decade later, he became the lead play-by-play announcer for the Boston Red Sox' TV broadcasts. Stockton was part of the broadcast crew for NBC Sports' coverage of the 1975 World Series and called Carlton Fisk's famous, game-winning home run in Game 6 of that series: "there it goes a long drive, If it stays fair ... Home run!"
In 1978, Stockton joined CBS Sports, and from then until 1994 covered a variety of sports for that network including the National Football League, the National Basketball Association, Major League Baseball, the Pan American Games, and the 1992 Winter Olympic Games. From 1993 to 1995 he also called local TV broadcasts of the Oakland Athletics.
Stockton left CBS in 1994 for Fox Sports, which continues to employ him on NFL and occasional MLB telecasts. Since 1995 he has also called NBA games for the TNT cable network, and in 2004 began doing part-time local television work for the San Antonio Spurs.
Since 2002, Stockton has been the substitute lead play-by-play man for The NFL on FOX. This will happen whenever the regular lead play-by-play man, Joe Buck has to go on a postseason baseball assignment for Fox. Dick Stockton is currently partners with Daryl Johnston and Tony Siragusa on the sidelines for football telecasts.
Stockton is married to the sportscaster and former sportswriter Lesley Visser.
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