He was 83-years-of-age, according to The NYPost.
Better known nationally as a longtime play-by-play man for the San Francisco Giants both before and after his stint in The Bronx, Greenwald teamed with Tommy Hutton on WABC Radio during the 1987 and 1988 seasons. Greenwald spent 16 seasons as the Giants’ play-by-play broadcaster. He called Giants games on radio from 1979-86 and then returned to the Giants after his Yankees stint and called their games until he stepped down in 1996.
Giants President Larry Baer called Greenwald a “broadcasting legend.”
Greenwald also called games for University of San Francisco basketball, Syracuse football, Triple-A baseball in Hawaii and the Golden State Warriors. He worked part time for the Oakland Athletics in 2004-05 and served as the press box public address announcer at the Super Bowl.