Sportscaster Vincent Edward Scully was from America. He was best recognized for his 67 seasons (1950–2016) of game calling with the Los Angeles Dodgers of Major League Baseball.
At the age of eight, Scully watched the outcome of the second game of the 1936 World Series at a laundromat and instantly fell in love with baseball.
He was able to go to games for nothing because he lived close to the Polo Grounds. Scully toiled in the basement of the Pennsylvania Hotel, moving clothing racks, carrying beer and mail, and polishing silver.
Meet Sandra Hunt
On December 27, 1944, Sandra Hunt was born in Cascade, Virginia. In November 1973, Vin Scully proposed to her. When Sandra Hunt married Vin Scully, she already had two children of her own.
Nevertheless, the pair went on to conceive a daughter they called Catherine. For the past few years, Sandra Hunt has been fighting amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.
Loss of muscle control is one of the signs of degenerative neurological illnesses, which also cause the death of nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord.
Vin Scully, a broadcaster who was inducted into the Hall of Fame and who passed away on, had Joan Crawford as his first wife.
On February 15, 1958, the pair exchanged vows and became husband and wife. They’ve been married for more than 15 years, and throughout that time they’ve had three kids.
Sadly, Joan passed away on January 26, 1972, due to an unintentional overdose of prescribed medication. She was 35 years old.