A View from the Booth: Gil Santos and Gino Cappelletti : 25 Years of Broadcasting the New England Patriots
Gil Santos and Gino Cappelletti first teamed up to broadcast New England Patriots games in 1972 and have been the first choice of fans to bring them the action ever since. Filled with great tales about life in the National Football League, A View From The Booth offers a behind the scenes look at radio announcers Gil and Gino in action. They are the best in the business, and A View From The Booth is their story.
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