Life is not talk, it's sharing lessons in LA Sports Radio

You would hear every program on the radio like the talk show talking about random stuff and random topics. One of the best things to listen would be the LA sports radio. One personality is very famous based on his contributions in the field of entertainment and information through the radio. People would like to hear and expect the name "Vin Scully" when the LA sports radio is already starting.

Vin Scully was born in America and he is well-known as a sports commentator or sports announcer for the Los Angeles Dodgers which is a baseball team. He accompanied the team during the days they were in Brooklyn. His present seasons and time together with Los Angeles Dodgers was the longest term. If it is compared to any broadcaster, the duration of his term as a broadcaster with any single squad and team in professional sports radio broadcasting.

His full name is Vincent Edward Scully and called Vin Scully. He was born on November 29, 1927 in The Bronx, New York. He was given the title and name, "The Voice of the Dodgers" because he was the voice of the Los Angeles Dodgers team as the name implies and states.

Vin Scully is famous for sweet voice, he has a style of descriptive lyrically, and an attention-catching and well-known introduction to represent Dodger games: "It's time for Dodger baseball! Hi, everybody, and a very pleasant good (day/evening) to you, wherever you may be." This simple and fun introduction made Vin Scully the famous sports announcer that caught the hearts and attention of the people.

After Vin Scully, served for two years in the United States Navy, he started his dreams and career as a student broadcaster and a journalist at Fordham University. He then had many achievements and memories regarding his career on his school. Red barber was his mentor and teacher, and later on, he was advised and given the important and life lesson message to never listen to other broadcasters and announcers, and keep his own thoughts and opinions to himself.

Those memories and advices, especially life lessons from his past friends and mentors are the ones that kept him going through the years until today. During his term as the broadcaster representing The Los Angeles Dodgers, he received the biggest awards and certifications that really made him well-known and famous among the LA Sports Radio.