Chronology of Vin Scully on what would have been his 95th birthday, after his death last August

No better way to remember baseball’s best voice ever, Vin Scully, than identifying his accomplishments […]


VIN SCULLY: A REMEMBRANCE PART TWO; Historian Curt Smith covers voice’s role in LA and nationally

BASEBALL? – VIN  SCULLY? – NO ONE BETTER – THE VERY BEST! On August 2,Vin […]


VIN SCULLY: A REMEMBRANCE, PART ONE, An unbeatable announcer; by Curt Smith, Voices of the Game

A gem by the marvelous writer Curt Smith on the life of 94 year-old Vin […]


With the death yesterday of the inimitable Vin Scully comes endless memories, led by his use of language

When I got up early this morning, I walked slowly, still half asleep to my […]


Vin Scully: From voices to network bosses to players, these folks played a role in his enormous success

Allow me to identify the names of those who were in some […]


With the passing of his wife, Jaime Jarrin, the 61 year Hispanic Voice of the Dodgers is calling entire schedule

This season, Jaime Jarrín planned to work about 120 Los Angeles Dodgers games on […]


Frick Hall of Famer Jaime Jarrin begins his 61st season next month as Dodgers’ Hispanic Voice

The easiest sports broadcasting question is, “Who has had the longest tenure with one team?” […]


Dodgers hire Neverett for radio and some TV; Remembering Lee Leonard, a first ever host on ESPN, dead at 89

It’s good to see that Tim Neverett, the Red Sox radio broadcaster for the past […]


Scully’s 1965 Koufax call was perfect; yet his most graphic was in 1959, describing a rhubarb at the Coliseum

In 1959, some three years before television replay was introduced, there was a wild argument […]