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Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully received the Commissioner’s Historic Achievement Award for his record 65 years of calling Los Angeles Dodgers games on Friday.
Fans of the Los Angeles Dodgers, baseball and sports in general were elated when longtime announcer Vin Scully announced he would return behind the microphone for the 2015 season.
By Adam W. Bloom As a native Los Angelino, I had the incredible good fortune to grow up listening to Vin Scully call Dodger games. I have argued with many that he is the very […]
Longtime Dodgers Hall of Fame broadcaster, the beloved Vin Scully, has announced that he will return in 2015, for his 66th season with the club, according to a team statement.
Hall of Fame announcer Vin Scully will miss calling two Los Angeles Dodgers games because he has a chest cold.
Hall of Fame announcer Vin Scully will travel to Australia to call the Dodgers’ opening series against the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Even now, as he prepares for his role as Grand Marshal of the 2014 Tournament of Roses Parade, and despite all he has accomplished, Vin Scully still cannot believe he has been given the honor.
Dodgers play-by-play announcer Vin Scully will be the Grand Marshal of the 2014 Tournament of Roses.
Ricky Nolasco pitched eight innings of two-hit ball, Hanley Ramirez hit a two-run homer with two outs in the fourth and the Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the Boston Red Sox 2-0 Friday night in the opener of an interleague series that began as a matchup between first-place teams.
The L.A. Dodgers announced Friday that play-by-play announcer Vin Scully will return for his 65th season in 2014.
Luis Cruz greeted St. Louis reliever Edwin Mujica with a first-pitch, three-run homer in the sixth inning and the Los Angeles Dodgers tightened up the NL wild card race with an 8-5 victory over the Cardinals on Friday night.
After more than six decades in the broadcast booth for the Dodgers, Vin Scully tells CBS SUNDAY MORNING’s Lee Cowan he still gets goosebumps doing the job.
84-year-old Vin Scully threw the first pitch, with the help of his grand-children, at Dodgers stadium for the fourth time of his 63-year career in part of the Dodgers’ 10th homestand of the season.
Hall of Famer Vin Scully is coming back to the broadcast booth for an unprecedented 64th season, the Los Angeles Dodgers announced Sunday.