in

Vin Scully: 50,000 fans shout ‘it’s time for Dodger baseball’ in tribute to legendary broadcaster


The LA Dodgers paid tribute to legendary broadcaster Vin Scully Friday night at the Dodgers stadium at the first home game since his death. 

Scully was the longest-tenured broadcaster with a single team in sports history, spending 67 years in the booth as the voice of the Dodgers in both Brooklyn and Los Angeles. He died Tuesday at the age of 94. 

The ceremony began with the Dodgers and Padres lining up on the baselines before a moment’s silence was held for Scully.

Friday night the LA Dodgers paid tribute to Vin Scully, who died on Tuesday at age 94

Friday night the LA Dodgers paid tribute to Vin Scully, who died on Tuesday at age 94

Dodgers Stadium held a moments silence for the legendary broadcaster pregame

Dodgers Stadium held a moments silence for the legendary broadcaster pregame 

The Dodgers players and coaches gathered on the filed as they honored Scully

The Dodgers players and coaches gathered on the filed as they honored Scully

Spectators were asked to turn to the Dodger Vision where…



Read the Full Article Here Dailymail

Written by Bourbiza Mohamed

A technology enthusiast and a passionate writer in the field of information technology, cyber security, and blockchain

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Nicaraguan police accuse bishop of inciting violence | News | DW

Covid scandal threatens NRL before finals as positive RAT cartridge found at Manly’s 4 Pines Park