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Thursday 30 July 2009, 10:48 am
Filed under: Things That Make Toaster Cry

Vin Scully’s Final Innings

From Bill Plaschke comes news that Vin Scully plans to retire after the 2010 season. Scully, 81, has been the voice of the Dodgers since 1950, when they played in Brooklyn. A Bronx native and a graduate of Fordham University, Scully is beloved throughout baseball, the best at his craft and a giant on radio and television.

Millions of fans know Scully from the “Game of the Week” for NBC in the 1980s. He also called some of the best World Series moments for NBC, including the Bill Buckner game in 1986 and the Kirk Gibson game in 1988. And he did many World Series for CBS Radio, working with Sparky Anderson or Johnny Bench

Toaster loves GaryKeithandRon, but he absolutely adores Mr. Scully.

Toaster is glad that the Mets are playing better. But this news about Mr. Scully has him all upset:

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