Halby’s Morsels: Network responses; Larsen’s Perfect Game; Costas; Joe Davis is much better

Ian Eagle and Jim Nantz We’ll start when a long-timer check-in  anonymous pro. “I […]


Remembering past voices, from Bill King and Marty Brennaman to playing greats, Bobby Orr to Randy Myers

With Bob Costas’ legacy back in the play-by-play booth for the ALDS between the Yankees […]


Advice to voices: Keep things simple; MLB language keeps changing; We lost the best play-by-player in Scully

After the passing of our cherished dean, Vin Scully, I thought first, of his […]


Vin Scully’s most colorful call; Mays’ swing against Drysdale hit the foul pole or did it? A melee erupted

Personally, this call is as good as they come – It proved that Vin can […]


Vin Scully: A friendly voice who captivated fans with warmth, depth, insight and sweet play-by-play

Last week, sports broadcasters broke into collective tears when the very best baseball announcer ever […]


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: My last interview with the greatest sports voice; No play-by-player will ever be as missed

He gave me a hint but I didn’t want to hear it. Was he […]


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 […]


News of Vin Scully’s death came late; David Hinckley’s story was thorough; LA puts patches on later this week

The first story I read of the death of Vin Scully, was written by David […]


Ken Levine talks about Vin Scully; Admired him since he was a kid and later as fellow MLB announcer

Quite simply, no one besides my father has had as much impact on my […]


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 […]


Top 10 all-time MLB network TV storytellers; If Buck leaves for ESPN, would Fox hire Costas for baseball?

Until TV screens were saturated with stats, replays and excessive commercial time between innings, announcers […]