Broadcasting legend Dick Enberg has died at the age of 82.

Enberg was found dead at his home in San Diego, California, but there was no immediate cause of death determined. According to ESPN, the family believes he suffered a heart attack.

Enberg was one of the most recognizable and beloved broadcasters in the sports world. He covered several high-profile events, including 28 Wimbledon tournaments, 10 Super Bowls and eight NCAA men’s basketball national title games. He worked at NBC, CBS and ESPN, with other stops along his broadcasting career.

Most recently, Enberg served as the play-by-play voice for MLB’s San Diego Padres for seven seasons, retiring in 2016.

Before all of that, Enberg earned his bachelor’s degree from Central Michigan University and earned a master’s and doctorate degree from Indiana University. According to Big Ten Network, he was the first every student radio announcer for the Hoosiers.

He was also the radio voice of Indiana’s Little 500.

Enberg was a hall of fame broadcaster and won 12 Sports Emmy Awards and a Lifetime Achievement Emmy. He also received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.