Vin Scully, Legendary Sports Announcer and Voice of the Dodgers, Dies at 94

Vin Scully, the long-lasting Dodgers in depth host considered by a larger number of people to be the lord of his calling, passed on Tuesday. He was 94.

The Los Angeles Dodgers affirmed Scully's demise through its true online entertainment.

"He was the voice of the Dodgers, thus significantly more," the association composed. "He was their soul, their writer laureate

catching their magnificence and chronicling their brilliance from Jackie Robinson to Sandy Koufax, Kirk Gibson to Clayton Kershaw.

Vin Scully was the heartbeat of the Dodgers — and in such countless ways, the heartbeat of all of Los Angeles."

Likewise for a really long time a public broadcaster of baseball for NBC, football and golf for CBS and baseball for CBS Radio

Scully charmed himself to fans through 67 seasons with the Dodgers, a record for one telecaster with one group in any game

In 2010, the American Sportscasters Assn. named Scully the best sportscaster ever.

he American Sportscasters Assn. named Scully the best sportscaster ever.