VIN SCULLY RUMORS & GOSSIP
In a small but heart-warming Christmas-sized miracle, the mystery of Dodgers legendary broadcaster Vin Scully’s lost World Series ring has been solved. Scully had lost the ring on a Costco trip on Thursday. The Dodgers were quick to sound the alarm. While Christmas shopping today, Vin Scully lost his 1988 World Series ring. If you
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Vin Scully lost his 1988 World Series ring during a Costco run on Thursday. Contrary to what this bro says, Vin didn’t find the ring at Costco. His wife found it while unloading the ribs they bought from Costco. Still, it’s good to see Vin smiling at Costco and missing his ring. It’s unclear whether this photo was taken before or after Vin loaded his ride and realized the...
Vin Scully hasn’t missed much during his 65 seasons as the voice of the Los Angeles Dodgers. After being the booth for three perfect games, 19 no-hitters, 25 World Series and 12 All-Star games…Thursday was a first.
He lost his 1988 World Series ring.
The 87-year-old was out Christmas shopping when the prized piece of jewelry ended up missing. Thankfully, the Dodgers had his back...
We’ve all been there before. Where did I leave my keys? I know I put my watch down over here. Darnit, I can’t find my cell phone. But if the stakes are a World Series ring from 1988, the panic might be a little more desperate. Even a wedding ring might be more easily replaced. Apparently, legendary Brooklyn Los Angeles Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully had temporarily...
That's a relief.
Vin Scully nothing to worry about.
For a short moment, the legendary Dodgers broadcaster lost his 1988 World Series ring on Thursday.
The team tweeted the news.
But thankfully, nine minutes later, the ring was found.
Now when do pitchers and catchers report?
If you’ve been on the internet within the last 72 hours, you’ve likely seen the viral Adult Swim sensation Too Many Cooks. If you haven’t seen it, well, prepare to be amazed, dumbfounded, confused, flabbergasted and all of those other great emotions. Also prepare to get the song stuck in your head for the rest of your life?
Where could such an absurd idea come from? Would...
@awfulannouncing Would love if these were the actual announcers. Brings me back to growing up in the 80s. pic.twitter.com/dCKZEDXJ4b
— Daniel Goodman (@NJTerp1996) November 8, 2014
Uhhhh… what?!?!? Vin Scully and Joe Garagiola called a lot of baseball games together back in the day… but Big XII football in 2014??? With Gus Johnson???
Gus Johnson, and Joe Garagiola would...
In a perfect world, Vin Scully would be the voice of the Los Angeles Dodgers forever. But Scully is 87 and human, and eventually, it will be time for Dodger baseball with someone else behind the mic. We have no idea who will take over, and when the change will be made, but Scully is willing to mentor a successor, just like he was mentored by the legendary Red Barber.
Bryan Cranston is a huge Los Angeles Dodgers fan, so it was no big shock when, during a recent Reddit AMA, the actor mentioned that his heroes were Sandy Koufax and Vin Scully. Tuesday night, the Emmy Award winning “Breaking Bad” star visited Chavez Ravine and, well…this. Tonight, @BryanCranston met his hero, Vin Scully. pic.twitter.com/W25vJxvNgT — Los Angeles Dodgers (...
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Before Monday night’s Rockies-Dodgers game, Vin Scully told a story in honor of the late, great Tony Gwynn. Scully brushed aside all of Scully’s on the field greatness, and instead focused on his wonderful sense of humor. You might want to have some tissues handy after watching this one.