Dodgers legend Vin Scully explains his favorite call of his career
Vin Scully has worked for more than half a century in broadcasting, so he’s been some places, seen some things and had some amazing calls.
There was Bill Bucker in the 1986 World Series: "Little roller up along first, behind the bag, it gets through Buckner!"
There was Hank Aaron’s 715th home run: "Fastball, a high drive to deep left-center field, Buckner goes back to the fence and it is gone!"
Of course, there was Kirk Gibson’s homer in the ’88 World Series: "High fly ball into right field, she is gone! In a year that has been so improbably, the impossible has happened."
But none of those are the first that come to mind when Scully is asked about which call means the most to him. Instead, he goes back to a moment early in his career with the Dodgers when they won the 1955 World Series in Brooklyn. Here’s Scully explaining it: