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COLUMN: A June 2002 conversation with legendary MLB announcer Ernie Harwell

After a one-on-one, 30-minute dugout chat with announcer Ernie Harwell, before a Diamondbacks-Tigers game, my column appeared in the Arizona Daily Sun on June 17, 2002. 677 more words

Miscellany

Unveiling of the Jackie Robinson Statue

While researching Jackie Robinson’s statue at the Rose Bowl Stadium, I ran across this clip of Vin Scully at the dedication ceremony. Enjoy!

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Baseball

Dodgers Highlights: The Top 17 Moments from 2017

As 2017 draws to a close, we here at Think Blue Planning Committee thought that we would take a look back at the season that was, and highlight 17 of our favorite moments, plays and happenings of the… 1,748 more words

Los Angeles Dodgers

BASEBALL AND A LOSS OF INNOCENCE - GARRY ARMSTRONG

A friend took me to a Red Sox Game at Fenway Park. It was the middle of April, so there was a chill in the wind. 720 more words

Nostalgia

Jackie Robinson statue unveiled outside of Rose Bowl, with Vin Scully as emcee

A statue of Jackie Robinson in a football uniform was unveiled Wednesday just outside of the Rose Bowl.

Before breaking Major League Baseball’s color barrier with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947, Robinson was an accomplished football player. 134 more words

Spmg Media

Vin Scully: Supports the Military. What about Police Brutality?

Why would Vin Scully make a statement that seems to put the NFL Players’ Protest and the Military against each other? I know, this is not the first time a person has done this during this protest which started with Colin Kaepernick during last year’s NFL season. 386 more words

General

Vin Scully's Comments Reflect his Stupidity

By Juan Manuel Arróniz

The ex-broadcaster for the Dodgers said he will never watch an NFL game again because of the anthem protests.

Vin Scully might be a legend, he might be one of the most respected figures in sports across America, but he also is an ignorant old man who believes kneeling players disrespect the armed forces and refuses to acknowledge the problem driving them. 224 more words

NFL