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Vin Scully News: Dodgers Celebrity Super Fan Shares His Love for Iconic Broadcaster

Los Angeles is synonymous with stars. The Dodgers organization has had a ton of stars don the Dodger blue, and with that comes a lot of celebrities that become fans. The Dodgers have a ton of celebrities who rock with the Boys and Blue, and none are bigger than actor and Dodger super-fan Bryan Cranston.

Cranston is one of the million Dodger fans worldwide and has been all his life. He grew up playing baseball and watched the Boys in Blue play in the LA Coliseum when they first moved to the west coast. The actor known for the award-winning show “Breaking Bad” appeared on Sean Evans’s “Hot Ones” and discussed his favorite Vin Scully memory.

Scully has so many iconic moments that you can’t go wrong with a favorite, but that 1988 Kirk Gibson walk-off home run in Game 1 of the World Series is probably the best call from Scully, and that’s saying something.

The legendary broadcaster left us in early August 2022 and was known for being the Dodgers broadcaster for 67 years before retiring in 2016. No one has, and no one will ever call a baseball game as how Vin did, and we still miss him to this day.

Cranston described it perfectly, and that’s how he made millions of other people feel.

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Ricardo Sandoval

Born and Raised in the East side of Los Angeles. Ricardo is a staff writer at Dodgers Nation and on the LA Sports Report network of sites. He's also a lifelong Dodgers and Lakers fan. Ricardo is an alumnus of CSUN (Go Matadors).

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  1. As a very young child at the time, I recall my parents turning on the radio next to my bed and listening to Vin call the Dodgers game in the late 50s. My Dad died in 2000, Scully announced until 2016 so I listened to, heard, Vin for more than a decade longer than my own Dad.

    Not suggesting he was, to me at least, anything more than a highly skilled broadcaster, I still wish I could have met him in later years and thanked him for the many, many hours of enjoyment I had listening to him.

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