Patterson, Ted 1944–

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PATTERSON, Ted 1944–

PERSONAL: Born July 6, 1944, in Mansfield, OH; son of Theodore R. and Helen (Stuhldreher) Patterson; married Diana E. Gillett, June 26, 1971; children: Michael T., Clare E. Ethnicity: "Caucasian." Education: University of Dayton, B.A., 1966; Miami University (Oxford, OH), M.A., 1968. Politics: Republican.

ADDRESSES: Home—522 Anneslie Rd., Baltimore, MD 21212.

CAREER: WCBM-Radio, Baltimore, MD, newscaster, sportscaster, and host of sports talk shows. Entertainment and Sports Network (ESPN; cable television network), reporter from Baltimore for NFL Game Day.


Day by Day in Orioles History, Leisure Press (New York, NY), 1984, foreword by Boog Powell, Sports Publishing (Champaign, IL), 1999.

The Baltimore Orioles: Forty Years of Magic from Thirty-third Street to Camden Yards, Taylor Publishing (Dallas, TX), 1994, revised edition, 2000.

Football in Baltimore: History and Memorabilia, photographs by Edwin H. Remsberg, foreword by Raymond Berry, Johns Hopkins University Press (Baltimore, MD), 2000.

The Golden Voices of Baseball (with compact discs), Sports Publishing (Champaign, IL), 2002.

The Golden Voices of Football, Sports Publishing (Champaign, IL), 2004.

SIDELIGHTS: Ted Patterson told CA: "The Golden Voices of Baseball was actually researched from 1966 through 1969, with taped interviews of pioneer and prominent sports broadcasters. The tapes were used for two companion compact discs in the book, each lasting seventy-four minutes. The book is heavily illustrated with never-before-seen photographs."

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