Vin Scully, the Los Angeles Dodgers long time broadcaster, turned 89 years young on Tuesday, November 29th. Scully was apart of the Dodgers broadcast team for 67 seasons and wrapped up in 2016.

From his call of Kirk Gibson’s memorable at-bat in Game 1 of the 1988 World Series , Clayton Kershaw’s no-hitter, and his historic call of Hank Aaron’s 715th home run.

Some other events include:

  • Sandy Koufax’s perfect game
  • Interviewing Koufax
  • Scully’s call of Barry Bond’s record-breaking home run

He researched different subjects and shared his knowledge to his audience. Scully could make anything sound interesting and he did it well.

In his 67 seasons of baseball commentating, Vin Scully has able to remember those who had passed and changed the world of sports.

Scully is more than a Sports Lifetime Achievement Award or Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient, he is someone that touched hearts all around the globe.

Thank you Vin for all that you said to make our days better! Can you please come back from retirement? Happy 89th Birthday!

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