Sportscaster Les Keiter Dies At 89

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Les Keiter, a longtime Hawaii sportscaster who called Muhammad Ali's first title win over Sonny Liston in 1964, has died at 89. He was also known for his radio re-creations of baseball games.

Archival footage in this piece was provided by the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Library.



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