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Last post 6 months ago by DrMaddVibe. 7 replies replies.
RIP Vin Scully.
JadeRose Offline
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Joined: 05-15-2008
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Voice of Dodger Baseball for 67 years. One of the greatest that ever lived
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My fave broadcaster of all time, and it's not even close. I've listened to his Dodger broadcasts since I was a kid back in 1961, when I became a Dodgers fan. I remember taking a transistor radio to bed with me whenever the Dodgers were playing, and listening until Scully called the final out. He and the Dodgers baseball station were set on all the family's car radios. I've listened to and heard his voice more than any other person in my entire life, and it's not even close.
It's like the passing of a dear old friend...

RIP Vin.
MACS Offline
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Joined: 02-26-2004
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I don't even like the Dodgers, but that guy was awesome.
Burner02 Offline
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Joined: 12-21-2010
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A voice easily recognized.

RIP
Gene363 Offline
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Joined: 01-24-2003
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RIP, Mr. Scully has exited Dodger Stadium.
Palama Offline
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RIP Vince. Pray

There’ll never be another one like him.

Fo’ sure Vince is the voice of baseball for me, just as Chick Hearn is the voice of basketball.
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Joined: 10-21-2000
Posts: 53,483
Palama wrote:
RIP Vince. Pray

There’ll never be another one like him.

Fo’ sure Vince is the voice of baseball for me, just as Chick Hearn is the voice of basketball.


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