Vin Scully remembered for turning baseball into poetry
For parts of eight decades, Vin Scully and the Dodgers have been as one.
The silencing of that perfect voice has left the Dodgers faithful – and baseball fans everywhere – with the unthinkable.
Scully, the Baseball Hall of Fame’s 1982 Ford C. Frick Award winner, died Tuesday at the age of 94. He leaves behind a legacy as one of the game’s most beloved announcers – a man whose melodious voice and quick wit verged on poetry for more than 60 years in the broadcast booth.