Vin Scully: The Voice Of The Dodgers(Baseball): Died At 94.

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The renowned broadcaster Vin Scully, who presided over the Dodgers for 67 years, passed away at the age of 94. From Brooklyn to Chavez Ravine, Scully was the voice of baseball for a large number of people. Scully took the game into the commons throughout the nation with his calming voice, sarcastic sense of humor, and unique collection of catchphrases. He was also renowned for his exquisite timing, well known for stepping back and forth and letting the audience carry the moment. 

He was incomparable in his arena with 25 World Series, 12 All-Star Games, 3 perfect games, and 18 no-hitters. 

Jeff Passon tweeted, “Vin Scully was a storyteller, and nobody ever told the story of baseball better. He called games with such elegance and grace. He spoke only when necessary, allowing the broadcast to breathe when it demanded. He made baseball a more beautiful game. RIP.”

Legendary Dodgers announcer Vin Scully, 94, dies | CBS Los Angeles

A press release on Twitter mentioned the Vin Scully classics playlist; look at the image below.

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His news is a serious blow to his hardcore fans. In 1950, Scully made his professional debut with the Dodgers. He earned the highest civilian accolade, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, in 2016. Scully stayed associated with the franchise even after he retired. RIP to his soul.


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