There’s a nice article on Vin Scully in the current issue of Variety. One interesting tidbit from the story: Scully has broadcast more than 10,000 games over 59 years with the Dodgers. Think about it. 59 years! While those are staggering numbers for any career, it’s even more remarkable when you recall that it’s all with one team in two cities. I know Tommy Lasorda gets a lot of votes when you talk about who best represents the heart and soul of the Dodgers, but for me no one compares to Vin Scully.
One last tip: if you want to hear Vin call some legendary games from the 50’s and 60’s, be sure and visit the Museum of Television and Radio in either New York or Los Angeles. In both locations you can visit an audio/visual library and sit and listen to a selection of games they have on file. It’s an amazing experience and will make you appreciate Vin’s talents all the more.