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Inducted in 1989 … South Nyack resident since 1976 … sports broadcaster since 1946, continues to ply his trade with distinction … a member of the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame, broadcasters’ wing … exceptionally versatile announcer … has been at the play-by-play microphone for every major pro championship in the U.S.: World Series, Super Bowl, Stanley Cup finals and NBA playoffs … broadcast Don Larsen’s perfect game in 1956 World Series, one of three World Series he covered … also broadcast the 1958 NFL championship game between the Baltimore Colts and New York Giants, the first overtime pro football title game … he was the TV voice of the New York Knicks’ NBA championship seasons in 1969-70 and 1972-73 … a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Duke University, Wolff also has broadcast major college games including the Rose Bowl, Sugar Bowl and Gator Bowl, the NIT championship and Holiday Basketball Festival, and championships in soccer and gymnastics … he has handled a variety of assignments for the Madison Square Garden Network, including the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, National Horse Show, Millrose Games track and field, and Virginia Slims tennis … he’s also broadcast bowling, boxing and golf … he did play-by-play for more than 30 years of Knicks and MSG college basketball, and spent many years as the New York Rangers’ telecaster … for many seasons, besides games at the Garden, he concurrently was TV announcer for the Washington Senators, Baltimore Colts, and college football and basketball games — some 250 play-by-play assignments a year… Wolff telecast pro football for CBS-TV, and was on the radio for NBC, ABC and Mutual … he was a studio sports host on ABC, along with field assignments for Wide World of Sports … he also did NBC Game of the Week baseball telecasts for three years … five years ago Wolff was honored by the Smithsonian Institution as part of a baseball broadcasting legend series.