Vince Bagli Death – Dead | Broadcaster Vince Bagli Obituary – Passed Away

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Broadcaster Vince Bagli Death – Dead | Obituary – Passed Away

Vince Bagli Death – Dead: A great loss was made known to InsideEko. As friends and families of the deceased are mourning the passing of their loved and cherished Vince Bagli.

Oh no. Vince Bagli was a legendary broadcaster and prince of a man who made Baltimore better for generations and who exemplified the best of @LoyolaDons. RIP, sir. You will be missed

Nestor: We honored the legendary Vince Bagli at our inaugural Nasty Nice Guy Awards dinner in Glen Burnie back in 1997. We lost the The Dean today at the age of 93. He was my first childhood hero in sports broadcasting – even before Chris Thomas!

Our prayers are with the family of Vince Bagli, @LoyolaMaryland Class of 1949 and Athletics HOF 2003. His passion for Baltimore sports and love for the community was great, and his presence will be missed. Thank you for all of the memories with @wbaltv11!

Vince Bagli, the legendary Dean of Baltimore sports left us at the age of 93. Larger than life in Charm City during his near 1/2 century run on local radio & TV. I was lucky to work with him at WBAL-11 from 1987 thru the end of ‘89. There’s a void in Baltimore today @wbaltv11

Vince Bagli: heart of gold, love for all & passion for sports. Any & all of us who have worked in broadcasting in Baltimore can thank Vince for setting the standard. He did it with grace & kindness.
Rest In God’s Peace, my friend.
You were a friend to all.

There is not enough time in the day or words in the dictionary to aptly describe what Vince Bagli meant to Balt. & the gentleman he was. He was, is and will always be The Dean of Balt. sports. So kind, so classy and the inspiration to all of us who followed him.

My wonderful friend and mentor, Vince Bagli passed away last night. He was 93. We called him the Dean. He taught so many of us what it meant to be a gentleman, to be fair, to tell stories that matter. Rest In Peace, Dean. Love you. Thank you. Miss you.

I grew up on Vince Bagli. He was always a champion of local sports, and made himself a fixture at local high schools and colleges. Even in his later days I’d see him at the Unsung Heroes banquet. Just a great man who will sorely be missed.

Baltimore lost a legend last night, Vince Bagli, the Dean of sportscasting there. I worked with him at WBAL-TV for four summers. He was a gentlemen and sincerely good person, kind to all — no matter their status in life. He will be missed by many.

What heartbreaking news. Vince inspired my father to become a sportscaster after growing up watching him on TV in Baltimore.

Without Vince Bagli, there is no Gregg Mace. You will be missed, Vince.

As nice a man as you could meet. Pure Baltimore. @wbaltv11‘s homespun sports anchor for three decades, 46 years on air, called the old Colts games alongside Chuck Thompson, Vince Bagli was the gentleman dean of #Baltimore sports. Thank you, Mr. Bagli.

Vince Bagli was the definition of the word “gentleman”. He had a kindness, grace, and generosity of spirit that was apparent as soon as you met him. A storyteller. My favorite thing about Vince – upon arriving at OPaCY on Sundays, everyone – EVERYone – *lined up* to say hello.

Three decades as @wbaltv11‘s homespun sports anchor, 46 years on the air, including calling the old Colts games alongside Chuck Thompson, Vince Bagli was our gentleman dean of #Baltimore sports. Rest In peace, Mr. Bagli, and thank you for all of it. #Orioles #Birdland

Baltimore lost a legend today… Simply put Vince Bagli was one of the kindest, nicest, and genuine people I’ve ever met. It was a thrill just to talk with him. And whether you listened to Colts games or watched WBAL-TV no one delivered it with more enthusiasm and love of job.

Vince Bagli: heart of gold, love for all & passion for sports. Any & all of us who have worked in broadcasting in Baltimore can thank Vince for setting the standard. He did it with grace & kindness.
Rest In God’s Peace, my friend.
You were a friend to all.

There is not enough time in the day or words in the dictionary to aptly describe what Vince Bagli meant to Balt. & the gentleman he was. He was, is and will always be The Dean of Balt. sports. So kind, so classy and the inspiration to all of us who followed him.

My wonderful friend and mentor, Vince Bagli passed away last night. He was 93. We called him the Dean. He taught so many of us what it meant to be a gentleman, to be fair, to tell stories that matter. Rest In Peace, Dean. Love you. Thank you. Miss you.

When I was a reporter covering the Orioles and the Ravens, Vince Bagli would always say hello when he dropped by the pressbox. He was an absolute sweetheart of a man. So kind. Always with a word of encouragement. RIP, Vince, and thank you.

So terribly sad to hear of the passing of the great #VinceBagli. He treated this reporter with nothing but kindness and respect, which was returned in double measure.

They don’t make ’em like that anymore. It’s a sad day in Bawlmer, hon.

Rest easy, Vince.

Sad to hear about the passing of Baltimore sports icon & broadcast legend Vince Bagli. Extremely blessed as an outsider that @Bruce45Sports made it a point to introduce us during my 1st Ravens season in 2011. Vince was kind and a true gentleman. Condolences to his loved ones, RIP

Vince Bagli…the name alone conjures up great sports memories. A classic gentleman & kind soul. I remember as a high school athlete waiting to see if Vince might mention our team’s performance. Always great to the kids, a mentor to many, a gift to Baltimore. He will be missed.

The hits just keep coming in 2020. Vince Bagli was a huge part of my childhood sports memories. His nightly reports on WBAL-TV. His work in the booth with Chuck Thompson on Colts games. Saw him often at OPaCY. Always had something nice to say. The consummate gentleman. RIP Vince

This is a tough one to take. A man you grew up watching who became a friend. I treasured our Sundays together in the media dining room at Camden Yards. No matter how busy I thought I was, I’d make sure I sat down for a few minutes with the Dean. So kind. RIP, Vince Bagli.

Having heard about this great loss, the family of this individual is passing through pains, mourning the unexpected passing of their beloved.

This departure was confirmed through social media posts made by Twitter users who pour out tributes, and condolences to the family of the deceased.

We are still working on getting more details about the death, as a family statement on the death is yet to be released.

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