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Scully Keeps Calling Dodgers' Games

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Scully Keeps Calling Dodgers' Games

Scully Keeps Calling Dodgers' Games

Scully Keeps Calling Dodgers' Games

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It's been said that 90 percent of life is showing up. Today we can report that Vin Scully is going right on with that 90 percent. He signed a contract to work two more years broadcasting baseball for the Los Angeles Dodgers. He'll keep working until he's eighty.

It's been said that 90 percent of life is showing up. Today we can report that Vin Scully is going right on with that 90 percent. He signed a contract to work two more years broadcasting baseball for the Los Angeles Dodgers. He'll keep working until he's eighty. And it also means the voice calling the Dodgers next spring is the same voice that broadcast their World Series in 1955 when they were the Brooklyn Dodgers and the team included Jackie Robinson. $00.00

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