Mark Spitz With A Microphone
Specifically, he didn't trust them on road trips. See, Weber, who broadcast almost 2,000 Caps games, had heard about players pulling pranks at the team hotel - like kidnapping media types from their rooms, and locking them out in their underwear.
So Ron made a pre-emptive maneuver: he always slept in a bathing suit.
Speaking of Weber's attire, "Outrageously loud" was how Robert Fachet of the Washington Post described it.
As a sportscaster, "Weber needs little added color with his favorite ensemble of red jacket, red shirt, white tie, white pants, red socks, and white shoes."
Weber got the last word, though, saying on-air that Fachet "has been to too many somber affairs." Sitting nearby, Fachet roared with laughter that could be heard on the broadcast.