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Tale of Two Kershaws

By:  Gerry Schwartzmeyer

I’ll never forget the first time I saw a real, bonafide curveball as a hitter in little league.  It was the first year of Pony ball and I was batting against Ricky Garcia, with whom I’d had a friendly rivalry ever since we were teammates on the Mustang League “World Series” champion Indians three years prior.   911 more words

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Celebrating the life of the incredible Prince. Vin Scully, as sharp as ever at 88. And Obama and Steph Curry make a great mentoring video

It is Friday, which usually means I post only Good News stories, and it would be impossible for anyone to say that the death Thursday of 57-year-old music icon Prince Rogers Nelson is good news. 436 more words

Vin Scully Reads A Grocery List

In the middle of the Giants-Dodgers game on Sunday, ESPN played an old clip of Dodges broadcaster Vin Scully reading someone’s grocery list.

Scully, 88, has been calling games for the Dodgers since 1950 — when the team was still playing in Brooklyn. 17 more words


Drei's Thoughts From Vin Scully Avenue

 Greetings Dodgers fans ! After 13 games at 8-5 our Boys in Blue currently stand atop the division. If not for some early bullpen struggles The Blue could be 12-1. 229 more words

Vin's Final Season - First Homestand

A couple of weeks ago I stated my goal this year was to watch every game and hear every call that Vin Scully broadcasts this season, his 67th behind the microphone for the Dodgers. 976 more words


The Afternoon Skate, April 18: Vin Scully should work forever, Colabello's gift, and classic Alice Cooper with the Muppets!

The other day, the kids and I were chatting about old people. Why do they go into homes? I was asked. Why do we do that to them? 1,676 more words


April 18, 1958: Dodgers Play First LA Home Game

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Coming off a 3-1 win over the Giants, the Dodgers are celebrating something else Monday: the anniversary of their first home game in Los Angeles. 65 more words

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