Find out the cause of Hall of Fame announcer Vin Scully’s death and his estimated wealth after he passed away at age 94. Scully was the Dodgers’ radio voice for more than seven decades.

Although the reason for death has not been made public, it is believed to have been caused by age-related illnesses. He passed away at his home in Hidden Hills.

The Dodgers said, “He was the voice of the Dodgers, and so much more.” He was their conscience, their laureate, capturing their beauty and chronicling their glory, from Jackie Robinson to Sandy Koufax, Kirk Gibson to Clayton Kershaw. “Vin Scully was the heartbeat of the Dodgers in so many ways—the heartbeat of all of Los Angeles.”

Scully was recognized for his smooth voice and informal storytelling, making him one of the most adored individuals in Dodgers club history. Together, he and his wife Sandi had five children, 21 grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren before she passed away in 2021.

After graduating from Fordham University and assisting in the establishment of the student radio station WFUV, he began working on the Brooklyn Dodgers broadcasts in 1950. After the 1957 season, the club relocated to Los Angeles, and he went with them.

On September 9, 1965, Sandy Koufax pitched a perfect game against the Chicago Cubs, one of his many standout on-the-mic performances. His account of the ninth inning of the contest has been praised as outstanding baseball writing. The ballpark has 29,000 people and a million butterflies, according to Scully.

Vin Scully Funeral Service and Burial Announcement

After his recent passing on August 2, his family is having difficulty coping with his loss. The family is organizing the deceased’s funeral. The details of his funeral, burial, and memorial service will be made public by the family.


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  1. Kath Wurts Reply

    Dear Vin,
    I’ve “known” you since about 1947 when you were with the BROOKLYN DOGERS! Although I lived in New Jersey, my mom was born in BROOKLYN and her father and brothers were VERY faithful Dodger fans and passed the love on to me. One of my mother’s brothers was a priest in Brooklyn and you were in one of his parishes. (Father Jack Ansbro). He told us stories about you!

    I’ll never forget my first trip to Ebbets Field because as I walked out of a “tunnel” and saw the field I was in such a shock that I SHOUTED out “THE GRASS IS GREEN!!!” (We only had a black and white TV!!)

    Yes, I know, Vin, that you won’t SEE this but I believe you’ll know about it!!! I just KNOW that you are now rejoicing in HEAVEN!!!

    Please pray for me!

    With tender love,

    Kath Wurts

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