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It's official: Vin Scully to return to Dodgers in 2016

By Jon Weisman

With a reveal in the second inning of tonight’s Dodger game, Vin Scully has officially announced he will return to the Dodgers broadcast booth for his 67th season in 2016. 149 more words

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MIRACLE ON 16TH STREET: The Biggest Upset in Youth Sports History

Memorial Park in Santa Monica, CA – site of my little league team’s epic upset

A year ago, I wrote on my personal blog, “The Hartland Chronicles” 1,449 more words

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Voices of the Game

TORONTO – Everyone hears voices.  They’re part of our communication system, and also the soundtrack to our favourite moments.  Some voices connect with us more than others – without Morgan Freeman, it’s just a film about penguins, or another credit card advertisement.  2,086 more words

Cowboys announcer shares special Vin Scully memory

Brad Sham, the play-by-play announcer of the Dallas Cowboys, joined The Drive live on the set at the Cowboys and St. Louis Rams Training Camp. Brad blew up our NFL fans hoping for the return of the Rams and/or Raiders to Los Angeles. 78 more words

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ANOTHER DAY AT DODGER STADIUM

SPENDING THE DAY IN THE NINETY-PLUS DEGREE HEAT OF THE DODGERS’ ICONIC BALLPARK ON THE OCCASION OF MY FIFTIETH DODGER GAME

It should be obvious that much has changed regarding the third oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball – only the Red Sox’ Fenway Park and the Cubs’ Wrigley Field are older – since my first visit to Dodger Stadium on June 18th, 1978, my 11th birthday (which I remember quite well and fondly, but we’ll get to that). 1,586 more words

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Reds lose to Dodgers 5-3 in John Lamb's big-league debut

John Lamb was waiting to make his major-league debut for the Cincinnati Reds when he spotted Vin Scully on the video board talking about him and his grandfather. 582 more words

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Vin Scully Tells a Story About Matt Williams' Mom

WASHINGTON — When you tune into a Dodgers home television broadcast, you’ll hear the golden pipes of legendary announcer Vin Scully, a broadcasting icon, hard at work. 370 more words

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