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Vin Scully is a hypocrite....

I know that Vin Scully is a Major League Baseball icon, but that doesn’t mean he’s above reproach.  Yesterday, Scully said that he’ll “never watch another NFL game again,” 233 more words

Politics

NFL continues to suffer #emptyseats

Another Monday morning and its another come to Jesus moment for the NFL.

While the TV networks stopped showing the National Anthem protests, in the hopes that people will forget about them, social media has done a spectacular job of showing how far attendance is off. 336 more words

Economy

Vin Scully, Legendary Voice Of The Dodgers, Will Never Watch The NFL Again

I grew up in Southern California and I was a Los Angeles Dodgers fan. I listened to games on the radio when they weren’t on television and the consistent thing for the over 4 decades I’ve been a fan has been the voice of… 201 more words

Pop Culture

Vin Scully, Legendary Voice Of The Dodgers, Will Never Watch The NFL Again

I grew up in Southern California and I was a Los Angeles Dodgers fan. I listened to games on the radio when they weren’t on television and the consistent thing for the over 4 decades I’ve been a fan has been the voice of… 201 more words

Pop Culture

Vin Scully Will Not Watch the NFL Ever Again Because of Protests

Vin Scully, Dodgers broadcasting legend, is the latest to weigh in on the NFL and players kneeling during the national anthem. Scully was speaking at a Saturday event in Pasadena, and said he would never watch another NFL game. 379 more words

NFL

NFL Anthem Protests Week 9: Vin Scully Speaks Out As Finger-Pointing Continues

The NFL player protests during the national anthem have devolved into a circular finger-point of blame, as no resolution of the issue seems in sight, or even possible. 896 more words

Breaking News

Dodger Stadium's First Championship

In honor of the Dodgers looking to clinch the World Series tonight in Dodger Stadium, a look back at the first World Series clinched at Chavez Ravine, Dodgers vs Yankees, Game 4, Sunday, October 6, 1963. 662 more words

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