Los Angeles Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully is recognized as one of baseball’s greatest legends. Scully has been calling Dodger baseball for over 60 years and has been a staple in many households as they watch and listen to his magnificent tales.
In recent news, there have been two no-hitters this season, and both have been by the Dodgers. For Scully, Kershaw’s no-hitter was the 19th no-no that he’s called.
Scully discussed the differences between calling the historic games for radio and television and stated on the radio it is important to build up the drama and suspense, but on television the picture is there and that he is just a voice.
To most baseball aficionados, Scully is regarded as a phenomenon and a special treat to hear. Scully did not confirm whether he is returning next year or not, but says his health is the major factor in deciding what to do. Scully feels that his love for baseball is still there, and that in order to continue, he needs to make sure he can withstand a full season.
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