• Vin Scully looks over the shoulder of Dodger owner Walter O’Malley who is visiting the Dodger broadcast booth.
  • Dodger broadcaster Vin Scully was named the “Most Memorable Personality” by Dodger fans in 1976. He was influential in the growth and vast acceptance of Dodger baseball in Southern California, where fans tuned into his broadcasts on transistor radios, even while watching Dodger games in person at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum and Dodger Stadium.
  • Vin Scully (far right) with his broadcasting partners Red Barber (left) and Connie Desmond (center) at Dodgertown in Vero Beach, Florida. The trio worked together from 1950, when Scully joined the Dodgers, through the 1953 season. Though Scully’s mentor and “father figure” Barber left after that season, Desmond continued through the 1956 season.
  • At his broadcast position for the Dodgers at Ebbets Field in Brooklyn, Vin Scully prepares for another telecast on WWOR-TV Channel 9. Scully started broadcasting Dodger games at age 22 in Brooklyn, alongside Red Barber and Connie Desmond.
  • During Spring Training at Dodgertown in Vero Beach, Florida in the mid-1960s, Vin Scully interviews Dodger coach Lefty Phillips. Throughout his career, Scully has conducted thousands of interviews with baseball players, managers, coaches and executives.
  • Vin Scully is on air from the Ebbets Field broadcast booth in 1957, the last Dodger season in Brooklyn. Behind Scully is his announcing partner Jerry Doggett, who joined the Dodgers in 1956. Al Helfer was also on the Dodger broadcast team in 1957.
  • Dodger broadcasters Vin Scully and Jerry Doggett worked as an enormously popular team for 32 seasons. Doggett was hired by the Dodgers in 1956, after working in the Texas League and was an outstanding broadcaster in his own right. But, Doggett always complemented Scully in the booth and remained as a solid number two man.
  • Beautiful Dodger Stadium opened on April 10, 1962 and Vin Scully and Jerry Doggett were in the broadcast booth in the press box to bring all of the exciting action to Dodger fans. In tribute to his longtime success, the press box at Dodger Stadium was named the “Vin Scully Press Box” on April 21, 2001.
  • For generations of baseball fans, Vin Scully’s distinctive voice is the soundtrack of summer. As Scully described every great moment in Dodger history is exactly how they will be remembered throughout time. Hall of Famer Scully is completing his 59th season as “Voice of the Dodgers” in 2008.
  • Named “baseball’s all-time best broadcaster in 2005,” Vin Scully is known for his colorful descriptions of baseball and life. The wordsmith is considered a fan favorite for his soothing voice and is baseball’s poet laureate.