I really am just going to let all of the quotations speak for themselves because I do not know what else I can add beyond the obvious.
"He's a legend. His knowledge of the game is evidence by his flawless commentating which is done with great detail. Each televised game is announced as if it were on the radio. One can close their eyes and picture exactly what's happening in the game."
"He's the best. He's been doing it forever, and his knowledge of baseball's history is unparalleled. He adds small insights to every game that make each experience unique."
"The Shakespeare of announcers. A Hall of Famer. Still great at age 85."
"Scully sets up the action in a way that is easy even for the most casual of baseball fans to understand. He's also the only announcer in all of baseball who doesn't need a color commentator by his side. He doesn't need one, he describes all of the action perfectly. Over 60 years after his career in announcing baseball games started, he's still unique."
"He's the best in the business, and it isn't even close. Scully has the perfect blend of intelligence and objectivity to be an announcer, not to mention an iconic voice. Scully, without a doubt, sets the standard among announcers of every sport in any era."
"There's nothing like hearing an old-timer like Vin call a game. Listening to a game he calls brings back MLB history and everything he's experienced."
"What more needs to be said about Vin Scully other than that I turn to the Dodgers' broadcast when my Braves play in Los Angeles? Scully is still so good and gives you amazing details about things you would never think of in addition to being a one-man play by play and color guy. The best announcer ever regardless of what team you like."
"No one can tell a story like Vinny."
"Not only does he call the game in a unique way with no color guy, he knows everything about the Dodgers and the opposing players. He calls the game in a manner no one else ever will again."
"Knowledgable and great storyteller"
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