Vin Scully whose real name is Vin Edward Scully is a sportscaster from America who is known to have passed away recently on August 2, 2022. Born on November 29, 1927, at the Bronx, New York in the United States. He was well known for calling several 67 seasons for Major League Baseball team Los Angeles Dodgers from the year 1950 and ending in the year 2016.
His calling for games was known to be one of the longest tenures any broadcaster with a single ever has at the time in professional sports history, as well as being second only to Tommy Lasorda in terms of a number of years which is associated with the Dodgers organization in any capacity at the time. Scully was known to have retired at the age of 88 years in the year 2016 when he ended his breaking-run career as the team’s play-by-play announcer.
He is known to have announced most Dodgers home games on SportsNet LA television as well as KLAC radio. He was well renowned for his distinctive vocal style, lyrically descriptive style as well as a signature introduction to Dodgers games. “It’s time for Dodger baseball! Hi, everybody, and a very pleasant good (afternoon/evening) to you, wherever you may be.”
How long did Vin Scully announce for the Dodgers?
For 67 summers, Vin Scully called Dodgers baseball games, first in Brooklyn and subsequently in Los Angeles.