NHL has lost a cluster of voices; The Vin Scully/Ray Scott, Koufax/Kaat ’65 Series; Broadcast news and notes

The NHL has suffered a tough stretch, losing some of its  best announcers ever. Locally, […]


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 […]


Westwood One’s surprise renewal of the NCAA Tourney; Scully; Cefalo; Fox’ MLB; SiriusXM’s NBA Channel

NCAA Tournament In a surprising move, the NCAA announced that it has renewed its […]


Southern California’s top all-time play-by-play voices; It’s a who’s who list of some of the best ever!

When the Dodgers moved from Brooklyn to Southern California in 1958, Los Angeles […]


Halby’s Morsels: Changes behind the mic; Real heroes; Scully; Uecker; Amazon voices and Ratings

As reported here earlier, Chris Webber has told friends and colleagues that he thinks his […]


Halby’s Morsels: A busy winter of MLB announcer changes; Spring Training gave Scully a large canvas

The Hot Stove League baseball season is always full of trade talk, rumors and conjecture. […]


Historic Calls, one-by-one: Hank Aaron’s 714th and 715th; Brennaman, Gowdy, Hamilton and Scully

We lost Hank Aaron this week at age 86. Although the bare numbers don’t support […]


Halby’s Morsels: Vin Scully and boss Walter O’Malley; 50 years of MNF; Keith Jackson; Ernie Harwell

Vin Scully has often said that baseball broadcast pioneer Red Barber was like a […]


Vin Scully talks about this season, the broadcasts and more; Says twin bills should be 9 and 7 innings

This week, I had a chance to catch up with icon Vin Scully who […]


The Brooklyn Dodgers played their last game in ’57; Vin Scully called it; Nothing official was said about LA

I’m sure this has happened to you from time to time, particularly when trying […]


Halby’s Morsels: Age precautions; Orioles shut down their regulars; MLB and NBA broadcasts; War stories

Yes, ladies and gentlemen, there is a restart. But do we know what to […]


Didn’t go to Syracuse? Over 150 sports voices went to colleges elsewhere and did just fine too

It’s conventional knowledge. Syracuse University is the Harvard or Yale for future sports broadcasters. […]