Vincent Edward Scully was a well-known sportscaster in the United States.
The majority of his career, which began in 1950 and lasted until 2016, was spent as the play-by-play announcer for the Los Angeles Dodgers of Major League Baseball.
Vin Scully was a father to four children. He was previously married to Joan Crawford, with whom he had two children.
Following the death of his first wife, Joan, he married Sandra Hunt and started a family with her. They had one kid together.
In total, he has sixteen grandchildren, including his two stepchildren who are Sandra’s children.
In 2015, his wife, children, and grandchildren were seen standing together on the field before a game.
Meet Michael A. Scully and Cat Scully
Michael Scully, Vin Scully’s oldest child, was killed in a helicopter crash at the age of 33. He was an employee of ARCO Transportation.
Due to the Northridge earthquake in January 1994, he used to check oil pipelines for leaks close to Fort Tejon, California.
He was devastated after his passing, but even more, devastated because he had already lost his wife Joan to a drug overdose.
The loss of his two dearest loved ones was too much for him to bear.
He was a devoted Roman Catholic who resorted to his faith to help him cope with the loss of his wife and son
Meet Cat Scully
Cat Scully was conceived by Vin Scully’s second wife. In contrast to her father, Vin Scully, Cat has led a private life and shunned the spotlight.
As a result, there aren’t many details about Cat’s life and profession online.
Scully appears to be in her early 30s based on the provided photos. But Cat’s age may change; this is not a representation of her true age.
On Twitter, Cat Scully is accessible under the handle @cattherealtor. She started using Twitter in November 2009