Tim McCarver may have worn the Cardinals' red to the 1966 and 1967 MLB All-Star Games as a hot-hitting catcher, but chances are, you know his voice before recognizing his face, bat or glove. The Ford C. Frick Award winner began his broadcasting career while still playing Major League Baseball in the '70s, and has seen his fair share of nationally televised sporting events, including 22 World Series - more than any other broadcaster in history. But although the former MLB All-Star knows his way around both the broadcasting booth and the baseball diamond, he always managed to draw his fair share of criticism from players and fans alike, at times drawing ire from his employers and fellow broadcasters in the industry. But following his final MLB season in 2013, no one can deny the impact McCarver had on baseball and sportscasting. Love him or hate him, he made an indelible mark on American sports for the better half of a century.