This is a neat idea ESPN is implementing this season. A number of legendary play-by-play voices (past and present) will be working as guest announcers on the network's Wednesday night telecasts. Couple of nights ago they had Curt Gowdy working the Yanks/Red Sox game. Future telecasts will feature the Reds' Marty Brennaman, the Phillies' Harry Kalas, ABC's Keith Jackson (this doesn't excite me as much, as IMO Jackson was always pretty mediocre on baseball), and--most eagerly anticipated by this Detroiter--Ernie Harwell. Hall of Famers all. Other announcers are planned to be named later. Hopefully we'll see Vin Scully, Herb Carneal, and Bob Murphy added to the list.