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A sports anchor on WNAC and announcer of Holy Cross football games, Gamere made his television play-by-play debut in 1970, succeeding Jerry Coleman as a broadcaster for the New York Yankees on WPIX. He was criticized for his overuse of the catch phrase "Here it comes, there it goes" to describe a pitch thrown to home plate and batted anywhere. He was replaced after one season by Bill White.
Gamere's career then moved to Boston. From 1973-1980 he hosted Candlepins for Cash on WNAC. After his dismissal, he moved to WMRE as host of their nightly sports call-in show. In 1984, Gamere began a five year stint as a sports anchor at WLVI-TV. He was fired in 1989 after charges of assault and sexual harassment were brought against him by a Malden man. The charges were eventually dropped, but he was not rehired by Channel 56. That year he began hosting a weekend midnight to 5 AM sports talk show on WRCA and a nightly sports show on Channel 25. In 1990 he began a career in sports betting, hosting a NFL pay-per-view betting show, handicapping, and running a sports book. From 1994-1996, he worked for WNDS, calling UMass-Lowell hockey games and horse races from Rockingham Park.
On October 23, 2008, Gamere was arrested and arraigned on charges of transporting and possessing child pornography. According to court documents, the FBI had been investigating Gamere as far back as 2005 when they alleged he e-mailed videos of children having sex with each other and adults. Gamere pled not guilty in US District Court in Boston.