Vin Scully, Dodgers Broadcaster For 67 Years, Dies At 94

As the longest tenured broadcaster with a single team in pro sports history, Scully saw it all and called it all. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1982, received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame that year, and also had Dodger Stadium’s press box named for him in 2001. The street leading to the stadium’s main gate was named in his honor in 2016. That same year he received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President Barack Obama. In addition to being the voice of the Dodgers, Scully called play-by-play for NFL games and PGA Tour events as well as calling 25 World Series and 12 All-Star Games. He was NBC’s lead baseball announcer from 1983 to 1989. (

Obama Awards Medals To Ellen DeGeneres, Others

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama awarded the nation’s highest civilian honor to 21 groundbreaking actors, musicians, athletes and innovators who inspired him over the years and “helped make me who I am.” “Everybody on this stage has touched me in a very powerful, personal way, in ways that they probably couldn’t imagine,” Obama said […]


Baseball Will Never Have Another Vin Scully

The legendary baseball announcer kept the best parts of the game on the radio, even after decades on TV.

ESPN To Use 1 Inning Of Scully’s SF-LA Call

BRISTOL, Conn. (AP) — Vin Scully’s call from the local Dodgers broadcast will be used for one inning during the national telecast on ESPN on Wednesday. ESPN says it will air Scully’s live commentary for SportsNet LA for the entire fourth inning of the matchup between the Dodgers and the rival Giants. In his 67th […]


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KTLA To Air Vin Scully’s Final Dodgers Games

As Vin Scully’s time in the booth winds down, Charter Communications has set a deal with Tribune’s KTLA Los Angeles to simulcast six Los Angeles Dodgers games, briefly lifting the TV blackout for local fans who don’t have access to the team’s SportsNet LA channel.

Vin Scully To Miss Postseason After Procedure

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully won’t be calling any games in the baseball playoffs after undergoing a medical procedure. The Los Angeles Dodgers said Thursday that Scully was resting comfortably after a recommended procedure earlier in the day. The team didn’t specify what the procedure was. Doctors advised Scully to […]

Vin Scully To Return For 66th Season in LA

The 86-year-old Hall of Fame announcer will return for his record 66th season with the team in 2015. The announcement was made on the Dodger Stadium video board in the second inning of Tuesday night’s game against Atlanta. Scully’s consecutive years of service make him the longest-tenured broadcaster with one team in sports history. He calls all nine innings of the team’s home games and road games in California and Arizona for the Dodgers’ new television home on SportsNet LA, while the first three innings of his games are simulcast on the radio.

Vin Scully To Return To Dodgers In 2014

The Dodgers are expected to announce today that Hall of Fame sportscaster Vin Scully will return for his 65th year as announcer. “I really still enjoy it immensely. My health is good, thank God. So why not? And my wife said, ‘Why not?’ as well.

Vin Scully Will Return As Voice Of The Dodgers

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