Baseball lost a great one Tuesday. Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully, the voice of the Dodgers for an incredible 67 years, passed away at the age of 94. In his memory, I’m repeating a post from 2016, when Vin retired. So long, Mr. Scully, you were the best. Larry
The end of an era is upon us, sports fans.
Vin Scully, legendary baseball announcer for the Los Angeles Dodgers, is retiring this season, after an astonishing 67 years in broadcasting.
Sixty…seven…years. Let that sink in for awhile.
Nobody has ever done his job so well, for so long. Nobody even close.
It makes me envious of Dodger fans. He’s more than just their announcer. He’s more than just their buddy, inviting them to sit back and enjoy a ball game with him.
He’s their dad, the one with all the memories of former Dodger heroes like…
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