Carl Beane, the iconic voice of Fenway Park and public address announcer for the Boston Red Sox, died at the age of 59 on Wednesday in a single car crash in Sturbridge, MA.
Beane's family and friends have released a statement regarding his death via Facebook.
The family and friends of Carl Beane appreciate all the heart felt sentiments that we have received. This is a very difficult time for all of us. Please remember Carl as the man who had the best job in the world. Carl also loved to share his good fortune with everyone. He could talk to children as well as senior citizens as if they were all the best of friends. We will miss Carl so very much.
Beane served as the Red Sox' public address announcer from 2003 through his death.
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