The Rewind: Remembering 'The Catch' 35 years later

Welcome to The Rewind, where we dig through tapes, YouTube videos and streaming services and revisit some of the most interesting games in history. There is something special about revisiting a favorite movie, a favorite show no longer on the air, or even just pulling out an album and giving it a spin the whole way through for the first time in a long while. Inevitably you pick...
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Los Angeles Dodgers go inside Vin Scully’s final home broadcast

It still hasn’t sunk in to many that we won’t be hearing Vin Scully on Dodgers games next season. The true American treasure has provided plenty of joy to fans throughout his 67-year career as Voice of the Dodgers. As Scully turned 88 this week, the Dodgers and MLB Advanced Media produced a video showing the behind the scenes of Vin’s final home broadcast, a dramatic come-from...
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November 30, 2016  |  Discuss

Obama trolls Jordan at Presidential Medal of Freedom Awards

This year’s Presidential Medal of Freedom Awards had a major sports component, with Michael Jordan, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Vin Scully (whose reaction to learning about the medal was great) all among those recognized with the highest American civilian honor. That led to plenty of sports moments at the ceremony Tuesday, including President Obama noting that Jordan (who was again...
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November 22, 2016  |  Discuss

Vin Scully’s reaction to earning Presidential Medal of Freedom

The news came out Wednesday that just-retired Los Angeles Dodgers’ announcer Vin Scully is one of this year’s 21 recipients of the Presidential Medal of Freedom (along with other sports figures like Michael Jordan and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, and plenty of other notables including Lorne Michaels and Bruce Springsteen), the highest civilian award in the United States. What’s even...
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November 16, 2016  |  Discuss

Watch Dodgers icon Vin Scully sign off after his final MLB broadcast

Sunday marked the final game of Vin Scully's iconic 67-year broadcasting career for the Dodgers.Scully made the trip up to San Francisco for the Dodgers' final three games of the season so he could end his career the only way it should -- calling a Dodgers-Giants game.After Rob Segedin flew out to end the game, Scully had these words to share with his audience: "I have said enough...
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October 02, 2016

Here are the highlights from Vin Scully’s final broadcast

We knew this day was coming, but that doesn’t make it any easier. Vin Scully called his final game today, and though the storybook ending would have been a walk-off Dodger win, we got that once already with his final game at Dodger Stadium. Instead the Dodgers lost in fairly blowout fashion. But that might be even more fitting, as what made Vin Scully so great was his ability to...
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October 02, 2016  |  Discuss

WATCH: Vin Scully signs off after calling final game ever

While quoting Dr. Seuss, Vin Scully delivered his final call ever as a broadcaster. Sunday marked the final game Scully would call in his legendary career as he has decided to retire at the age of 88. The Dodgers lost the game to the Giants 7-1, and as the 9th inning was coming to a close, Scully quoted Dr. Seuss and urged fans not to cry because it’s over, but to smile because...
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October 02, 2016  |  Discuss

Giants honor Vin Scully with cupcakes, signs

The Giants and Dodgers may be extreme rivals, but that fact did not stop San Francisco from going all out to honor longtime Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully on the announcer’s final game before retirement. The Giants gave out signs saying “Thank You Vin,” while fans at AT&T Park honored the legendary broadcaster with a standing ovation: #SFGiants handed these cards to every...
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October 02, 2016  |  Discuss

Vin Scully’s Final Game Made Memorable By Dodgers’ Tributes, Thrilling Walk-Off

Sunday marked the end of an era in Los Angeles and all of baseball. Legendary broadcaster Vin Scully said good-bye to Dodgers fans in his final game behind the microphone at Dodger Stadium on Sunday afternoon. The 88-year-old is wrapping up the final season of his Hall of Fame career, a season that’s been filled with tributes from all over baseball. With Sunday marking Scully...
September 26, 2016  |  Discuss

Vin Scully’s career at Dodger Stadium ends with extra inning walk-off home run

Vin Scully made it very clear that Sunday’s game between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Colorado Rockies would be Scully’s last at Dodger Stadium. It couldn’t have ended more perfectly. Charlie Culberson ended the game between the Dodgers and Rockies with a home run in the bottom of the 10th inning that not only gave Los Angeles the win, it gave the Dodgers the National League...
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September 25, 2016  |  Discuss

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