Sherm Feller was inducted into The
Massachusetts Broadcasters Hall of Fame on September 15th,
Dear Red Sox Fans,
Sherm Feller, the greatest ballpark announcer in Red Sox history passed away eighteen years ago. Sherm’s famous “Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, welcome to Fenway Park” is still used on TV , radio, and even at The MLB Hall of Fame in Cooperstown. Sherm’s induction into The Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame is long overdue. Please take a minute to send an e-mail to Dick Bresciani, Boston Red Sox Historian, and creator of the Red Sox H.O.F.. (BrescianiD@redsox.com). Ask Mr. Bresciani to lend his support in getting Sherm nominated on the next ballot. Please be brief and polite with your comments. You may know other members of the nomination committee as well. Please contact them. Please visit www.shermfeller.com and read the many memories that people have written and consider doing the same. You can also visit the Sherm Feller group on Facebook. Keeping Sherm Feller’s memory alive is a labor of love for me and a few of my close friends. Your help is very much appreciated. Thank you for your time. Go Sox!
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This web site is
dedicated to the memory of Sherm Feller,
Boston Red Sox PA announcer for 26 years. He
also wore many other hats. Sherm was a
Boston Radio personality, and a music lover
who wrote and produced pop songs like
"Summertime Summertime", standards like
"Snow Snow Beautiful Snow", and a moving
Orchestral suite called "Ode To JFK". Sherm
was a friend to all, and this is where some
of his friends will help preserve his memory
for generations to come.
I would like to thank Columnist Beverly Beckham for getting the ball rolling with her article "Sox Should Remember Sherm". Since this is a work in progress, everyone is welcome to contribute a personal story, a picture, or even an article about Sherm. Send your stories and comments to AttentionPlease@ShermFeller.com Thanks in advance for any and all contributions.
Please Take some time to look at, and contribute to the letters page now.
From Mike Dean:
Reading about Bob
Sheppard's passing away reminded me of Sherm
Feller and his distinctive style, which I
enjoyed hearing a lot (sometimes, in my
baseball PA work, I will try to use that
So, since I never sent the Red Sox organization a note of appreciation for Sherm's work, I hope to partially rectify that with this note.
From Kenneth Barr:
am writing to ask that Sherm Feller be
inducted into the Boston Red Sox Hall of
Fame. As a New York citizen of the
nation, I know the value of an iconic Public
Address announcer. Both Bob Sheppard
(Yankee and Giants Stadium) and John Condon
(Madison Square Garden) are honored for
their legendary work at their respective
venues. PA announcers may mean more in
baseball than in any other sport, as their
player announcements are official and no
player may take the field without an
announcement. In today's world of
cheerleader PAers, Mr. Feller stands out for
his clear, concise method with a unique
personality. Watching Sox games, (I
didn't see my first game at Fenway until
1994), I got a real kick out of his,
"#27, Carlton Fisk, Catcher Fisk."
as an example of his one of a kind style.
Bob Sheppard is known as the voice of Yankee
Stadium, Sherm is the unforgettable voice of
Fenway Park. Please honor him in the
manner he deserves with induction into the
red Sox Hall of Fame.
Rest in Peace Lou Gorman (1929-2011)
"The sun will rise, the sun will set, and I’ll have lunch." -- 1987, Red Sox GM Lou Gorman when asked what might happen if he didn't reach a contract agreement with the great Roger Clemens
(Editors note: Lou Gorman was a kind a gentle man. He was extremely warm and genuine any time I met him. He was also the first person from The Boston Red Sox organization to offer a quote for this website. Thank you Lou)
Remembering Fenway Park
To Harvey Frommer - Thanks for including Sherm Feller in your book, and the mention on page 21 "Gary Titus is webmaster for shermfeller.com and a rabid Red Sox fan". There is also a quote from me about Sherm on page 157. I am honored to be a small part of this great book.
(Harvey Frommer's "Remembering
Fenway Park" is available at Amazon.com)
Legendary Yankees Ballpark Announcer Bob Sheppard passed away today (July 11th, 2010) at 99 years old. He and "Sherman" (as Bob called him) were very good friends. RIP Bob, please say hello to our old pal.
Courtesy of Ken Carberry - Circa 1975
Sherm Feller Passed Away on
Donations in Sherm Fellers name can still be made to:
The Massachusetts Hospital School Athletic Fund
3 Randolph Street, Canton, Massachusetts 02021
All proceeds from anything sold on this page will be donated as well.
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