Is sportscastor vin scully alive?

Yes. Vin Scully is still alive!

Vin Scully became play-by-play announcer of the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1950, then followed with the team during their move to Los Angeles. He became the longest tenured broadcaster for a single team in the history of sports, with over 60 years in the booth for the Dodgers.

He worked as a delivery boy and janitor in his early years. He developed a signature introduction to his games:

"It's time for Dodger baseball! Hi, everybody, and a very pleasant good (day/evening) to you, wherever you may be."

In latest buzz, the traditional first pitch at World Series games is usually quite the spectacle. The one before Game 2 was the best ever.

The public-address announcer told the crowd it was time for the first pitch, and Vin Scully walked out to a reception unlike any other. He mentioned Jackie Robinson, Roy Campanella, Gil Hodges and Duke Snider and how they must be laughing their heads off watching him throw. He asked for a catcher, and out walked 1981 World Series co-MVP Steve Yeager. Read more at Los Angeles Times.

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Thursday, October 26 2017

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