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Krukow Takes The Bait


The Giants, and their fans, have always had a massive inferiority complex when it comes to the Dodgers. 931 more words


In case you missed it: Vin Scully chased by giant clam

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By Jon Weisman

If you didn’t get to hear Vin Scully at FanFest on Saturday, above is a special video capturing his words, where you can hear about his nightmare of “being chased by a giant clam screaming ‘Linguine!'” That’s right. 687 more words


1/31/15-Something Current-Dodgers Fanfest by Jon SooHoo/LA Dodgers

 Yasmani Grandal  Chris Withrow, Mickey Hatcher and Juan Nicasio

 Joc Pederson and Scott Van Slyke Brandon McCarthy    Roberto and his homeboy…  Howie Kendrick

 Joe Wieland Chris Hatcher

My Top 10 Sports Broadcasters of All-Time

As Super Bowl 49 takes place tomorrow, I wanted to give my personal favourite sports broadcasters list. Sports play-by-play guys specifically are the ones who really taught me storytelling. 953 more words

Al Michaels

Team Jarrin takes over Spanish radio broadcasts

By Jon Weisman

For the first time, Hall of Fame broadcaster Jaime Jarrin and his son Jorge will form the broadcast team for the Dodgers’ Spanish radio broadcasts on KTNQ 1020 AM. 149 more words

Vin Scully

Vin Scully: The Man, The Legend, The X-File

ACCORDING TO MY CALENDAR, the Julian calendar, the Aztec calendar, the Hebrew and the Chinese calendars it is not long until Baseball Spring Training begins. It will be a time of magic, creation and resurrection. 502 more words


Video: Scully, Koufax and Hendley honored

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By Jon Weisman

“On a Thursday night at Dodger Stadium, the crafts of pitching and broadcasting came as close to perfection as we’ll ever see,” said Tom Verducci at Saturday’s Baseball Writers Association of America dinner as he introduced the Willie, Mickey & the Duke Award, going to the Cubs’ Bob Hendley and the Dodgers’ Sandy Koufax and Vin Scully in recognizing the historical significance of the September 9, 1965 night that Scully broadcast Koufax’s perfect game beating Hendley’s one-hitter. 131 more words