A timeline of Dave Niehaus' career broadcasting for the Seattle Mariners.
Created by seattletimes on Nov 11, 2010
Last updated: 11/20/10 at 02:50 PM
Dave Niehaus broadcasted his final game, the last game of the 2010 season.
Dave Niehaus delivers his induction speech at the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y., where he received the Ford C. Frick Award for broadcasting. (MIKE GROLL / AP)
Dave Niehaus throw out the first pitch on Opening Day 2008. (STEVE RINGMAN / THE SEATTLE TIMES)
The Mariners set an American League record for most wins in a season with 116.
The Mariners, en route to their record-breaking 116-win season, wrapped up the AL West title a mere eight days after 9/11. Mark McLemore and Mike Cameron grasped a large American flag and led the team around the bases.
Carlos Guillen bunted home the winning run, as the Mariners swept the Chicago White Sox in the AL Division Series.
Dave Niehaus waves to the crowd, who are one their feet waving MY OH MY signs, after accepting a plaque and being inducted into the Mariners Hall of Fame. (STEVE RINGMAN / THE SEATTLE TIMES)
Dave Niehaus throws out the ceremonial first pitch at the Mariners opener at Safeco Field. (JIM BATES / THE SEATTLE TIMES)
Dave Niehaus interviews Ken Griffey, Jr., left, and Ken Griffey, Sr., center, as part of the closing ceremonies at the Kingdome. (ELLEN M. BANNER / THE SEATTLE TIMES)
A resolution in the Washington House of Representatives praised Dave Neihaus for his 20 years as announcer for the team and his contribution to the quality of life in the Pacific Northwest. (LOUIE BALUKOFF / AP)
Dave Niehaus introduces Ken Griffey Jr. to the crowd at a ceremonial groundbreaking event. Thousands of fans, many carrying shovels, turned out to cheer the ceremonial first dig on the new ballpark. (ELAINE THOMPSON / AP)
Edgar Martinez hit the game-winning double to send the Mariners to the AL Championship Series. Dave Niehaus' call of The Double is a fan favorite.
The Mariners beat the Angels in a one-game playoff, 9-1, to win the AL West for the first time.
Junior tied a Major League record by hitting home runs in eight consecutive games.
Bosio threw a no-hitter in a 2-0 victory over the Boston Red Sox.
Johnson pitched the first no-hitter in Mariners history in a 2-0 win over the Detroit Tigers.
The Mariners beat the Yankees, 7-3, for Perry's 300th victory.
Dave Niehaus broadcast 5,284 of the 5,385 games played by the Mariners, including their inaugural game and many other memorable games.