Found August 26, 2012 on 5TH QUARTER MAGAZINE:

The Los Angeles Dodgers have been very busy this season, adding big names like Hanley Ramirez, Shane Victorino and Adrian Gonzalez to their line-up. But perhaps their biggest announcement came today when legendary announcer Vin Scully confirmed he would be returning to LA for the 2013 season.

Scully, who has been with the team since their Brooklyn days, will be returning to the broadcast booth for his 64th season. The Hall of Fame announcer claims his decision was somewhat based on all of the moves the Dodgers have made this season, saying “it would be pretty hard to walk away from.” Scully is known primarily as being the voice of the Dodgers, but he has also called some classic moments in baseball history such as Hank Aaron’s record breaking 715th home run and Bill Buckner infamous error in the 1986 World Series.

The Dodgers have seen many faces come and go in the past 64 seasons. But one thing has always been the same, and that’s been their voice. I’m sure baseball fans in Los Angeles wouldn’t have it any other way.


Anchor to Scully: 'Get your **** together!'

You've probably heard by now that Vin Scully is going to return next year for his 64th year in the LA Dodgers broadcasting booth. KTLA's Weekend Sports Final anchor Rebecca Hall was so excited, she... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~

Anchor jokingly tells Vin Scully to get his sh*t together

This is KTLA anchor Rebecca Hall delivering a report on the news we told you earlier this morning - Dodgers announcer Vin Scully returning for his 64th season in the booth.  Hall's report is stellar for the first 18 seconds as she's able to rapidly list off several of the major events in Scully's Dodgers career in impressive fashion.  At around the 19 second...

KTLA Reporter Forgets She Is On Live TV, Tells Vin Scully To “Get Your Sh*t Together”

We reported yesterday that the Dodgers made it official that 84-year-old Vin Scully will return as the broadcasting voice of the team in 2013 for his 64th season, and we are proud to say we did so without cursing. However, KTLA anchorwoman Rebecca Hall was unfortunately unable to contain her excitement and unleashed a curse word on live TV. Rebecca was in the midst of running through...

Vin Scully to return to Dodgers booth in 2013

Vin Scully is sticking around another season to broadcast Los Angeles Dodgers games. The 84-year-old Hall of Fame broadcaster will return for a record 64th season in 2013. Scully will call all Dodgers home and road games in California and Arizona. Scully said Sunday that the team's new ownership has ''revitalized the city, the team, the fans and myself.'' He...

News anchor Rebecca Hall talking about Vin Scully: ‘Get your sh** together’ (Video)

Dodgers fans had plenty to be excited about over the weekend. For starters, their team pulled off one of the biggest transactions in MLB history and brought huge names Adrian Gonzalez, Carl Crawford and Josh Beckett to L.A. in a trade with the Red Sox. As if that wasn’t enough of a gift, the team later announced that legendary commentator Vin Scully will be returning next year...

KTLA Reporter on TV to Vin Scully: “Get Your Sh*t Together”


Sports Anchor: “C’mon Vin (Scully), Get Your Sh*t Together”

Poor, Rebecca Hall. She’s a blonde broadcaster for KTLA, a station known for its bimbos, and she’s trying to read a teleprompter during a piece on Vin Scully. Everything is going just fine for Hall until she has to read the punchline. HERE IT COME! HERE IT COMES! HERE IT COMES! “C’mon Vin, get your **** together,” Hall said. OMG, did I just say that! HA! LOL! What do we...

Vin Scully Commits to 64th Year in Broadcast Booth After Dodgers Get New Ownership, Swing Huge Trade

LOS ANGELES -- Vin Scully, one of baseball's most beloved broadcasters, is sticking around for another year with the Los Angeles Dodgers. The 84-year-old Hall of Famer will return for a record 64th season in 2013. He began his professional baseball broadcasting career in 1950 with the Brooklyn Dodgers and has called three perfect games, 25 no-hitters, 25 World Series and 12 All...

Vin Scully to return for 64th season with Dodgers

In a bit of absolutely fantastic news, legendary Dodgers play-by-play announcer Vin Scully will return to the team in 2013 for his 64th season behind the mic. Scully, who will turn 85 years old this November, said the Dodgers' new ownership group was a big factor in his decision to return next year. "I was so impressed by the [team's] new ownership. What...

KTLA reporter thinks Vin Scully should get his sh-t together

Vin Scully Needs to Get His Sh*t Together

Hot blondes cursing on Live TV are fantastic.

Vin Scully to Return to Broadcast Booth in 2013 for 64th Season

Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully, one of the most revered figures in Los Angeles sports history, will return to the broadcast booth for an unprecedented 64th season in 2013, it was announced. Scully will again call all Dodger home and road games in California and Arizona. “The new ownership of the Dodgers has revitalized the city, the team, the fans and myself,” Scully...

Early Christmas for LA Dodger fans: Vin Scully plans to return to the booth in 2013

It seems there is no stopping the avalanche of good news that keeps pouring out of Chavez Ravine lately. Frank McCourt is now a distant memory. Bookish and incompetent Paul DePodesta and his Triple A-caliber roster now seem a lifetime removed. Moreover, the ink is just now drying on the Guggenheim group's most recent blockbuster deal, this time for slugger Adrian Gonzalez...

Detroit Free Press: “Vince” Scully will return for 64th year in the booth

<img height="319" class=" wp-image-11624 colorbox-11623" src="" alt="Photo of Detroit Free Press headline "Vince" Scully" width="598" title="Vin-Scully-Free-Press" />Via In fairness to the Detroit Free Press...

Blockbuster! Gonzalez, Crawford, Beckett, Puto and (of course) Vin Scully

Wow, what a weekend to be a Dodgers fan, huh?  And what a weekend I chose to be up in my family’s remote cabin, away from most technology.  But I couldn’t resist logging in and sharing a few thoughts on this weekend’s developments. First up, like all Dodger fans, I’m beyond thrilled that Vin is returning for his 63rd season.  It’s a remarkable accomplishment, and something...
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