Umpire Celebrates 37 Years with the Major League Umpire Bruce Froemming will be honored at Tuesday night's All-Star Baseball game for his 37 years of service in the Major League. With more than 5,000 games under his belt, Froemming has broken the record for most years in service as a MLB umpire.
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Umpire Celebrates 37 Years with the Major League

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Umpire Celebrates 37 Years with the Major League

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After 37 years of service, Bruce Froemming is the longest serving Major League umpire. Doug Pensinger/Getty Images hide caption

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Umpire Bruce Froemming will be honored at tonight's All-Star Baseball game for his 37 years of service in the Major League. With over 5,000 games under his belt, Froemming has broken the record for most years in service as a MLB umpire.

Fay Vincent, former commissioner, Major League Baseball; author of "The Umpire Strikes Back," published in The New York Times

Bruce Froemming, longest-serving MLB umpire

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