Vin Scully Fan Reveals Unearthed 1960s Footage of Legendary Broadcaster at Little League Game – Los Angeles

Baseball fans all over the country have started sharing their memories of Vin Scully after the passing of Vin Scully who was the voice of Los Angeles Dodgers for almost 70 years. They even found footage from decades ago.

Bill Hopple shared footage from Vin Scully’s 1960s era in a Facebook group that was focused on news in La Habra.

The VideoThis image, which was taken from an 8mm film in 60 and later transferred to a DVD, shows a young Scully wearing sunglasses in a suit.

He attended the opening day at La Habra Little League.

Roy CampanellaThe first pitch was also caught on camera by Corey, who was a catcher for the Brooklyn Dodgers.

Bill Hopple Jr. is seen signing his glove by Scully in the video.

The family shared with us that the little league team went on winning a national title after this event.

According to the team, Scully was 94 years old when he died Tuesday at his Los Angeles home in Hidden Hills.

Scully was a broadcaster for the Dodgers in Brooklyn and Los Angeles for 67 years. He is the longest-tenured broadcaster to have worked with one team in professional sports history. 

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