Legendary broadcaster Jack Buck died overnight at the age of 77. Buck spent 47 years as the voice of the Cardinals, but his legendary status went beyond his work at KMOX. He was also the voice of 18 Super Bowls, the World Series, and even had a stint with the Missouri Tigers. Some of his legendary calls include Joe Montana’s touchdown pass to Dwight Clark in the 1981 NFC Championship game, Kirk Gibson’s Game 1 homer in the 1988 World Series, and Ozzie Smith’s home run call in the 1985 NLCS. Jack Buck had been hospitalized since January and was suffering from Parkinsons disease.