Hank Goldberg, a legendary handicapper, dies at 82

Hank Goldberg lived an idyllic life.

Hank Goldberg, a legendary handicapper, dies at 82

Hank Goldberg lived an idyllic life. He lost his charmed life on Monday, his 82nd Birthday, after complications from a long fight with kidney disease.

Goldberg is best known for his ESPN handicapping work. Goldberg was a Yankee batboy as a child and became close friends with Joe DiMaggio.

Goldberg, in his mid-20s moved from New Jersey and South Florida to take over Miami. His P.R. job was with the Dolphins. He was a P.R. representative for the Dolphins. He was a reporter for Jimmy "The Greek", Snyder. Goldberg was appointed color commentator on the Dolphins' radio broadcasts in 1978. He was the host of talk radio in Miami. After his stint with the Dolphins in 1992, he joined ESPN in 1990.

Gene Menez, CBSSports.com's long-form obituary writer, posted that Goldberg was married to Katie Couric. In his black book, he had Clint Eastwood.

One person who has been involved with the league for many years explained that NFL owners and P.R. personnel have been friends for decades. Executives wouldn't travel to Miami without checking in with Goldberg.

We send our condolences and sympathies to his family, friends, as well as colleagues.

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