Send your 'Get Well Ueck' messages

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he well-wishes for Brewers broadcaster Bob Uecker have been pouring in from Miller Park and points elsewhere, and here’s your chance. Post your “get well soon” message or a favorite memory in the comments box below and we’ll make sure they get to Mr. Baseball during what everyone hopes is a speedy recovery from heart surgery. 
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After surgery, you should say “post-op show brought to you by, Christ I can’t find it, the HELL with it.” Get well soon, Ueck.

Ueckers call of Ryan Brauns homer from the clincher two year ago still gives me chills. We will miss you Ueck! Hurry back cause Brewers baseball wont be the same without you

Its like you read my mind! You appear to know so much about this, like you wrote the book in it or sohmietng. I think that you could do with some pics to drive the message home a little bit, but other than that, this is great blog. A great read. I will certainly be back..

The one great thing in not having cable TV is listening to you call the games of my favorite professional sports team. Thank you very much and I hope for your speedy recovery!

Ueck, I’ve listened to you call the games since I was a little girl. Listening while you are recovering won’t be the same. You are in our prayers for a speedy recovery!

There’s something about walking into Miller Park -the smells, the sounds, that let you know summer has arrived. Looks like my summer this year starts in August. Hurry back Ueck! Wisc is with you all the way! Hey! Get up, get up, and get back here!

Love ya, Ueck! Praying you come back stronger than ever! God speed!

Get well soon Uecker! I’m going to miss your play calls from the restrooms at Miller Park.

The broadcasts won’t be nearly as entertaining without your class and humor, Ueck. Get well soon!

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Good luck and best wishes to you, Ueck. Now don’t tell anybody, but I’m a Phillies fan and you’re my favorite broadcaster behind the late, great Harry Kalas. Get well ASAP!

Best wishes on your surgery Bob! It won’t be the same listening to Brewers games without you. Especially day games, you help me get through the day at work with your great insights and plenty of humor. Get well soon!!

It would be my luck that, the year I give up cable, you have to give up radio for a bit, Ueck. All the best, I’ll be thinking about you and those freeways in Atlanta you always talk about.

Can’t wait till you get back Ueck! Be well!

Get well soon, Ueck! My grandfather listened to your broadcasts when to help him learn English when he immigrated from Korea in 1979. His love for baseball transferred to my dad and to me, and we still enjoy listening to your broadcasts today. Thanks for all of the laughs and memories, and here’s to 75 more years of Uecker on the radio!

Mr. Uecker, you’ll be in our prayers, baseball would never be the same without you, so God would never let anything happen to you. Your kindness that day, August 8, 1992 at Miller Park for our sons 8th birthday when you sat down in the near empty stadium before the double header between the Brewers and the Twins (rained out game caused a dh), you turned down cake because you said you “really didn’t need it” brought a laugh to us all. It really left a memory to our young son and our entire family, and made our son and daughter Brewer fans for life.

We thank you for that and for years of baseball joy and wish you the best through this time. Know that you are in the thoughts of so many who care for you, even though they don’t know you personally, you are still like a part of our/their families. Thank you for being just the person you are! We do love you, Mr. Baseball, and look forward to hearing that unmistakable voice back on the radio again soon.

Ueck, I’ll never forget when, several years ago, I got to the game super-early, hung out on the loge level outside the press boxes, and got you to sign my copy of “Catcher in the Wry.” I still smile when I think about it. You are a legend!
Here’s hoping for a speedy recovery and a return for an awesome season!

Get well soon, Ueck! Baseball won’t be the same without you for the next couple of months.

Bless you,Bob! I’ve had you on the radio from the start and to this day I will turn down the volume on the TV(no offense to Mr. Shroeder,Mr. Anderson and the dozen of other announcers we’ve had thru the decades) and put on your radio broadcast. You are more than the voice of the Brewers, you are the voice of Milwaukee. God speed,my friend! I’m sure Herm Tyriver isn’t ready for you just yet!!!

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It’s a relief to find someone who can explain things so well

Your posting really straightened me out. Thanks!

Best of luck to you, Ueck. You are one of the greatest figures in baseball, and summer would never be the same without your voice! The Brewers are truly luck to have a legend like yourself in the booth, and I hope you get to return there ASAP. You are in excellent hands. Our thoughts are with you!

Hope you recover soon, Bob. Baseball needs you. God Bless You! You are truly a baseball icon.

It is not gonna be the same without you all summer !! Best of luck and hoping for a speedy recovery !!! Get well and hurry back !!

Ueck,

Get well soon! You are the voice of baseball, not just brewers baseball. A few years ago you changed my opinion on baseball while I had to drive between minneapolis and central wisconsin while I was in school, and I always listened to you on my way back and forth. I have enjoyed listening to you, and baseball ever since.

You are the main reason me and many friends listen to baseball, and we all thank you for it! Hang in there, and we’ll have you in our prayers! Take Care!

-Travis

Hi Bob,

I created a facebook group yesterday entitled

“We wish Bob Uecker a speedy recovery and return to the broadcast booth!”

It’s already up over 700 folks, many posting their warm wishes. I encourage you to take a look! (or find someone who knows their way around facebook to show you – I heard you talking about your text message backlog and am guessing you don’t spend a lot of time on facebook)

We’ll sure miss you! Praying for your doctors and you, Ueck!

Lee Becker

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that we should frogive and forget’. Even if this were actually possible, we are certainly not required to even attempt anything like it if they are unrepentent and likely to offend again on the same serious way. We are entitled to say within ourselves something like: whilst I have handed calling you to account over to God, and whilst I pray that you will see the light, understand what you have done and repent, and apologise so that we can safely be reconciled, I now know you and what you are like, and I choose to guard my heart and the hearts of those under my protection, and (for the time being anyway) to love you in absence.By doing this, as well as protecting ourselves (we are not called to continually cast our pearls in front of swine’) and giving ourselves time and space for our own healing, we give those who have done us wrong the chance to experience that we no longer seek their company, but at the same do not carry any resentment towards them. If it is God’s will that we should be reconciled to them and resume an active friendship, then this course of action can have a powerfully positive challenging effect. If it does not, then it is better that we let them go and enable God to give us something/someone else instead.We hope you find this reply of help.God bless and guide you.

Best Wishes for a Quick Recovery! Luv YA Ueck!
You’re the BEST!

Mr. Uecker I met you in the summer of ’94 I believe when I was a Mass Comm major at the UW-Milwaukee. My father worked with a gentleman who played basketball with Pat Hughes, and he introduced you to me in the broadcast booth before a game. You were very cordial, and very kind with your words to an aspiring sports anchor. You granted me a one on one interview, but the stars never quite aligned. I must say since moving to Arizona my wife who is from LA has a hard time understanding how I can listen to so many Brewers games for hours and hours. I listen to the WTMJ feed on MLB.com every time I’m able. Well, the real thing that boggles her mind is how I can stand to listen even when the Brew Crew is losing with the game out of reach? The reason is always constant, and the answer is you! Mr. Bob Uecker. I truly believe you are the greatest radio sports announcer to broadcast professional sports. I wish you a speedy recovery, and thank you for your 40 years of service with more to come in 10-12 weeks.

A True Fan of the Ueck,

Orrin Gorelick
Queen Creek, AZ

Ueck, I don’t have just one memory but a whole lifetime of happy moments listening to you call Brewer baseball. When I was a kid, I’d have a radio in the yard while we played outside, and I remember falling asleep to games playing on my clock radio. I’d listen to games on my Walkman as I studied for finals at UW-Madison. I sadly missed a lot of games when I moved out of state in ’97, but in recent years I’ve been able to listen to all of them again via the internet and now on my iPhone! (Too bad I don’t have a pocket Doppler…) In all seriousness, your voice is the soundtrack of my summer and my link to Wisconsin, my home state. Best wishes for a speedy recovery – you will be missed while you are gone. Our thoughts and prayers are with you! – Melissa

Best wishes for the man with a heart of pure baseball!

Ueck, take your time, just get well, everyone’s pulling for ya

Since my son was born 6 years ago we have seldom miss a night in the summer when he doesn’t want to listen to “Uncle Bob”. We will even be out and he will hear some one who sounds like Bob and he will be looking around for his “Uncle Bob”. It will be a sad day when we lose Bob and can’t hear him every night. We think of Bob as a member of the family. Get well soon you will be missed very much! Especially by my son who doesn’t know Brewers other then from the words of Uncle Bob.

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Ueck. Its been great listening to you every game on the radio you jokes and knowledge will be misses. Wish you a speedy recovery so we all can enjoy your brewers broadcasts again.

I am addicted to listening to you call the Brewer games!! It will be a long summer without you. Hurry back so I can listen to more of your stories, learn more about the game, and feel the excitement of the game thru your voice as if I was there. :)
Tammie
Waldo,WI

I am addicted to listening to you call the Brewer games!! It will be a long summer without you. Hurry back so I can listen to more of your stories, learn more about the game, and feel the excitement of the game thru your voice as if I was there. :)
Tammie
Waldo,WI

I am addicted to listening to you call the Brewer games!! It will be a long summer without you. Hurry back so I can listen to more of your stories, learn more about the game, and feel the excitement of the game thru your voice as if I was there. :)
Tammie
Waldo,WI

I am addicted to listening to you call the Brewer games!! It will be a long summer without you. Hurry back so I can listen to more of your stories, learn more about the game, and feel the excitement of the game thru your voice as if I was there. :)
Tammie
Waldo,WI

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Well Ueck I’ve been listening to you for 8 years now. I’m a young guy. I’m going to miss your jokes and the fun you have with the ballclub. Hopefully we will have you back before the all star break. I’ll be praying your surgery goes well so you can get out to the ball park and call some more get up get outta here and gone!

We all love you Ueck. Get well soon

We’re pulling for you Ueck! Can’t wait to hear you calling games again. It won’t be the same w/o you this summer.
Get well and come back soon. We’ll need you for post season (I’m still optimistic!)

Mr. Uecker as an aspiring sports broadcaster (specifically baseball) you are obviously one of the biggest reasons I made that decision. I wish you the best of luck and hope that you will be back in that booth soon.

Hi Bob,
I’m sure going to miss you while you’re out recovering, but please take all the time you need. Corey will keep your seat warm for you, but in all honesty, only you can fill that seat. I love listening to your stories about players you watched because we all know you didn’t play much(just teasing you Bob). You truly are the face of the Brewers, and your love for the game and for the team is very obvious. I hope you know that we’ll all be keeping you in our prayers.

Hey Ueck,
Long time listener- first time well-wisher.
Here’s to a speedy recovery and return to the booth.
It will be a long summer w/o you on the airwaves, especially if Hoffman doesn’t turn it around soon!

Get Well.
Craig.
Portland, OR

Hey Bob Uecker i will watch Major League Tonight In Honor of you. Hope your surgery goes smooth and get better and get back soon buddy we need you.

Yesterday I wrote that I didn’t have one outstanding memory of you, Bob, just a lifetime of wonderful memories…well, just after posting, I did remember one in-person memory – the last game at County Stadium. The goodbye speech you gave was absolutely perfect. I stood there in tears, saying goodbye to the place my parents took my brother and I as children, and your words couldn’t have been more perfect. I found it online afterwards and transcribed it so I could keep it forever. Best wishes, Bob! You’re in our prayers!

Bob-
I am praying for you today and I hope the surgery/recovery goes very smoothly. You know your whole baseball family is pulling for you! I cannot wait until you’re back to bring your humor and knowledge to the airwaves once again.

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Bob, please get well soon!!! I will miss you – your humor and commentaries always entertain. The Brewers aren’t the same without you. Really enjoyed listening to you and Costas during a Sunday spring training game. Take care, listen to your doctors and make a speedy back in the park recovery!

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Ueck,
I know I speak for a lot of Brewer fans who have moved away from the great state of Wisconsin in saying that listening to your calls of the Crew’s games is a a little piece of home for all of us, and it puts a smile on my face every time. Thanks for your continued excellence and dedication. We’ll all miss hearing you for the next few months. I’ll be praying for a successful operation and a smooth and speedy recovery for you.

God bless!
Jeremy
Newport News, VA

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He has been my hero as I dream to be an announcer. Best wishes from the Martenson’s. Your calls, voice, and emotion in every game is an inspiration for us all.

Bob,

Best wishes for a speedy recovery!
Thank you so much for the many years of great joy you have brought me listening to you calling Brewers games. No matter win or lose it is always a treat. Take care and I look forward to hearing you later on in the summer!

Bob.
I will be thinking of you, praying for you while watching my
nephew pitch, at Carson Park, for his high school baseball team. I know you hold Eau Claire and Carson park dear to your heart. You are the best and we love listening to your
wit and wisdom. Speedy recovery to you.
Steve
Cornell, WI

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Mighty good pan fish there!

In 2000 when you were named “Man of the Year” by the Wisconsin Baseball Coaches Assn., I was “Woman of the Year”, but you didn’t make the banquet. Too bad you missed your chance to meet “Mrs. Baseball”! A year later, my son wanted to go to the Brewers winter banquet to see you instead of getting a birthday present. From the podium, you told the crowd you gave him a buck, but you needed it back. The photo is online at the Appleton Post Crescent.You just get back up to speed, and Jeff will get you the buck. Swing for the fences!

A speedy rocovery, Ueck. Brewer fans are lucky to have you announcing the games, and you’ll be missed. We’ll just have to watch the ‘Major League’ movies to get our fix.
–Mike
‘Minoring In Baseball’
http://burrilltalksbaseball.mlblogs.com

Glad to hear the surgery went well. I started to listen to your broadcasts when I was a kid while at my Grandmas house. My Grandma loved listening to you because you always made her laugh and she loved your voice. I always tried to make my Grandma laugh when I saw her because of the joy I could see on her face when you made her laugh. That was 32 years ago and Im still listening to you, but its alone now because Grandma has passed away last year (95 years old). Every time I hear your voice now, I think of her – and every time you make me laugh – I know shes up there laughing too. Thanks for some great memories Bob. Please get well soon.

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Uek,

Looking forward to hearing “juuuust a bit outside” once again. Get well and get back soon.

Nobody calls Tribe games (though only in the movies) like you! I’m always quoting your lines from Major Leauge. Well wishes towards a speedy recovering.

I hope you have a speedy recovery, Ueck. Looks like it’s strictly salads for the home radio booth for a while.

-Dave Lezotte
Son of Chef Steve
http://lumberkings.mlblogs.com

I know Bob Ueker… there is only one Bob Ueker… get well Bob! — A dead orange giants fan. :)

PS: we still all have Ueker baseball cards! :)

Get well Bob! Part of the fun of playing the Brewers is seeing you! Many in the Cubs nation wish you a speedy recovery! We’d love to hear you sing the 7th inning stretch in August! Becky

Get well soon, Bob!
I live in Western Canada, but have been a Braves fan since 1957? 58? when you were playing the Yankees for the World Series. Lew Burdette, Warren Spahn, Joe Adcock, Eddie Matthews and Del Crandal are all name familiar to me, as is yours. And later Hank Aaron. How this takes me back down memory lane. I recall interviews with you wherein I was impressed with your calmness and humor. This is all to say that I remember you well, and wish Godspeed in your recovery.

Bob – Here’s hoping the recovery is swift and successful, you fun to listen too, even when the Brewers aren’t your favorite team…

-peter
Phillies Outside

Speedy recovery,
Miller Park Beer Vendor

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Listening to the Brewer game today, reminded me of
watching the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson when
Johnny was on vacation. You still watch it, and enjoy it,
but are so glad when he returned to the desk.
Johnny always cracked up so much when Bob was on the Tonight Show, and we need you back Bob, to crack us up!
Get well soon!

Get well soon Mr. Ueker! You are truly one of our baseball gems!!

Bob; I’ve been listning to you for years and really miss you at the helm. We need you back. So “Git up, Git up, and git back to that microphone” as soon as your well. Your in my thoughts and prayers, get well soon!
Roger

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Bob you are my hero. Every single one of your home run calls give me chills. Get back soon because summer baseball is not the same! :)

Don

after listenting to the great Vince Scully, I was a Dodger fan in L.A. for 20 years…..but Bob has made me a Brewer fan in just 10 years….I love your broadcast….get well real soon.
Brad

after listenting to the great Vince Scully, I was a Dodger fan in L.A. for 20 years…..but Bob has made me a Brewer fan in just 10 years….I love your broadcast….get well real soon.
Brad

after listenting to the great Vince Scully, I was a Dodger fan in L.A. for 20 years…..but Bob has made me a Brewer fan in just 10 years….I love your broadcast….get well real soon.
Brad

Ueck, one of baseballs best. Get well soon! Not the same with out ya. August wont come soon enough!

Hey Uk- You have more heart than anybody I know, course I only know the Bob we listen too and watch on the old Carson shows, But you have so much heart that you could spare 75% of it and still be fine. be well friend, I can’ bear to listen in this slump right now, you made the bad ones tolerable.
I remember 1999 the Crew was down 2 outs in the 9th, down I think 12 runs. YOU kept me listening! and the crew went through the order 1 1/2 times to WIN. Thanks Bob, you are Milwaukee.

I sure miss you calling the brewers’ games. I have been a fan of yours for a long time. Hope to hear you back at the mic soon! Hope you are doing great!

Don H.

Mr Uecker!

I work second shift at the BloodCenter and listen to the game nightly – but I am a true fan of the game and I love listening to you (& Corey too) call the game. I also like all the history and crazy stories you throw into the mix.

Get well soon and come back with some great hospital stories.

Lisa

Hey Bob, please get well soon! We miss you on the radio broadcasts. The other guys are doing a great job, but we miss the little side stories and comments that only you can provide!!! Looking forward to your return :)

Bob
Thanks for the memories. You made my son, Stephan, have a great childhood. My mom Alice Mae Piwonski wishes you well too. God bless you.
Patty (Piwonski) Davis

Can’t remember a baseball Scenario where you didn’t have the greatest one-liner comebacks.
Quick wit and sarcasim.
Great combo Bob.
Get well.

Can’t remember a baseball Scenario where you didn’t have the greatest one-liner comebacks.
Quick wit and sarcasim.
Great combo Bob.
Get well.

Take a long slow drive through dieffrent neighborhoods and check out the color schemes along the way this helps in the real world Personally I like earth tones have fun!

I have an ezrun 35A/3800kv combo that cogs even at higher spedes, and only at full throttle.. any ideas what it could be?I can run it at 15mph, hit full throttle and it just stutters and hardly picks up speed. If I slowly pull the trottle, it runs really well and tops 30mph like it should.Ruled out the battery, it works even with a hotter motor, so thats ok and powerful enough. Also checked my soldering on the deans plug, and it was good as well.Ever come across a similar problem?

deux fois Wimbledon (1925 et 1928) et deux Forest Hills US Open (1926 et 1927).

Except for the i – Phone 4, which will probably continue
to be sold as a low-end handset. ) It has only gotten more difficult to
compare between the carriers. Instead, you can simply
switch the SIM card in the phone and use the local GSM services,
just like the way you have been using on any previous unlocked phone.

Everything is very open with a really clear explanation of the
issues. It was truly informative. Your site is extremely helpful.
Thank you for sharing!

Greetings! I know this is kinda off topic but I’d figured
I’d ask. Would you be interested in exchanging links
or maybe guest authoring a blog post or vice-versa? My site addresses
a lot of the same subjects as yours and I think we could greatly benefit from each other.
If you might be interested feel free to shoot me an email.
I look forward to hearing from you! Terrific blog by the way!

With havin so much written content do you ever run into any issues of plagorism
or copyright infringement? My site has a lot of unique content I’ve
either created myself or outsourced but it looks
like a lot of it is popping it up all over the internet without my permission. Do you know any techniques to help protect against
content from being stolen? I’d certainly appreciate it.

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