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Guy Bagli

Guy started his broadcasting career at Tampa’s WDAE. After serving in the Air Force during the Korean War, he was hired at WALT as a sportscaster and did free-lance work announcing local sports for ABC Radio. In 1953, he moved to television and joined WSUN-TV Channel 38 as sports director. When Channel 13 signed on in April of 1955 he moved over to WTVT for two years, and later spent a decade as sports director with WFLA-TV Channel 8 from 1960 to 1970.

Throughout his career, Guy closed out each of his sports reports with “Remember, whether you win or lose, be a good sport.” Sadly, he took his own life on February 21, 1971, about six weeks after his 50th birthday.

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