Vin Scully’s storied broadcasting career began in Philadelphia

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The Philadelphia Inquirer

PHILADELPHIA — Vin Scully, the beloved voice of the Dodgers for 67 years, died at his home in Los Angeles on Tuesday. He was 94. Scully is widely considered one of the best broadcasters in sports history, and his time in the booth — which dates back to the Dodgers’ time in Brooklyn (they went to Los Angeles in 1958) — earned him widespread respect from players and announcers alike. His work on CBS and NBC also garnered nationwide acclaim, and he was voted “the greatest sportscaster of the 20th century” by members of the American Sportscasters Association in 2010. Scully’s list of famed calls i…

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