Vin Scully, the legendary Dodgers announcer, died Tuesday night. He was 94.
Vincent Edward Scully (November 29, 1927 – August 2, 2022) was a sportscaster in the United States.
"Vin Scully" of the Los Angeles Dodgers was one of the greatest voices in sports.
He was a giant of a man who was not only a broadcaster but also a humanitarian.
He was a people person. He was passionate about life. He adored baseball and the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Scully's 67-year career as the Los Angeles Dodgers' voice began in 1950, when the team was still based in Brooklyn.
He quickly rose through the ranks to become the team's lead announcer, a position he held for the rest of his career.
He followed the Dodgers from Brooklyn to Los Angeles in 1957.
He was best known for calling Dodgers games, but he also worked as a national broadcaster for NBC and CBS.
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