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'''John Sterling''' is an [[American]] sports broadcaster and play-by-play announcer for [[Major League Baseball]]’s [[New York Yankees]], a job he has held since 1989. Sterling is known for his style of original phases and overly dramatic approach to announcing. Two of his most well-recognized phases include his [[home run]] call, “It is high ... it is far ... it is gone!”, and the phase he states after every Yankee victory, “THHHHHHEEEEEEEEEEEE Yankees win”<ref>http://www.nyyfans.com/article/8550</ref>.
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Sterling joined the Yankees Radio Network in 1989 after working at two radio station in [[Atlanta]], where he announced basketball games for the Hawks (1981-89) and Major League Baseball games for the [[Atlanta Braves]] (1982-87). After hosting a talk show, he served as a fill-in announcer for the [[New Jersey]] [[Nets]], a professional [[basketball]] team<ref name="ycom">http://newyork.yankees.mlb.com/team/broadcasters.jsp?c_id=nyy#john_sterling</ref>.
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Sterling has won numerous awards including two [[Emmy Awards]] for his work on the television series ''Yankeeography''. In 1999 he won the New Jersey Sportswriters Association's Radio-TV Excellence award<ref name="ycom" />.
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==References==
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[[Category:Sports Broadcasters]]
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