For the first time in 67 years, Vin Scully won’t be working on opening day. Now that he’s retired, the legendary voice of the Los Angeles Dodgers will have a clear schedule when the team takes the field for the first time in 2017.
Given how long Scully worked for the organization, you might think he would make a point to sit back, relax and take in the broadcast as a fan. You would be wrong.
Scully doesn’t seem all that interested in watching the Dodgers as they take the field on opening day. The 89-year-old told the Associated Press he’ll “probably have things to do” during the contest.
“It’s a day game. I’ll probably have things to do,” the famed 89-year-old announcer told The Associated Press from his home in Hidden Hills, California. “I might catch a piece of it.”
Now, before you jump to any conclusions, Scully isn’t upset with the organization or anything like that. It’s just tough for him to enjoy a game as a normal fanRead More »from Vin Scully might be too busy to watch the Dodgers opener