Vin Scully Bio, Wiki, Age, Family, Health, Wife, Children, Quotes, Awards, and Net Worth.

Vin Scully Biography

Vincent Edward Scully is an American retired sportscaster. Scully is best known for his 67 seasons calling games for Major League Baseball’s Los Angeles Dodgers, beginning in 1950  and ending in 2016. His run constitutes the longest tenure of any broadcaster with a single team in professional sports history, and he is second only to Tommy Lasorda (by two years) in terms of the number of years associated with the Dodgers organization in any capacity. He retired at age 88 in 2016, ending his record-breaking run as their play-by-play announcer.

He is considered by many to be the greatest baseball broadcaster of all time, according to fan rankings, Bleacher Report, and Fox Sports. Scully retired following the 2016 Major League Baseball season and hasn’t been in the public eye very much since leaving the sport. However, Scully wants to connect with sports fans once again.

Scully is joining social media and will be launching a Twitter account (@TheVinScully), an Instagram account (@TheVinScully), and a Facebook page (Vin Scully). Scully also plans to launch a YouTube channel and a website,, in October.

10 Facts About Vin Scully

  1. Name: Vin Scully
  2. Age: 92 years as of 2019
  3. Birthday: 29 November
  4. Height: Average
  5. Weight: Moderate
  6. Nationality: American
  7. Occupation: Retired sportscaster
  8. Marital Status: Married
  9. Salary: To be Updated.
  10. Networth: $3 million – $5 million

Vin Scully Age

Vin Scully is 92 years as of 2019. He was born on 29 November 1927, in The Bronx, New York, the U.S. He celebrates his birthday on November 29th every year.

Vin Scully Health

Vin has aged gracefully, he has defied his age to remain strong and healthy in spite of the number of years he has lived. He is in perfect health and there is no news of him battling any

Vin Scully Education

Scully attended Fordham Preparatory School in the Bronx.

Vin Scully Height and Weight

He appears to be quite tall in stature if his photos, relative to his surroundings, are anything to go by. However, details regarding his actual height and other body measurements are currently not publicly available. We are keeping tabs and will update this information once it is out.

Vin Scully Family, Parents and Siblings

Born in the Bronx, Scully grew up in the Washington Heights section of Manhattan. He worked delivering beer and mail, pushing garment racks, and cleaning silver in the basement of the Pennsylvania Hotel in New York City. His father, Vincent Aloysius, was a silk salesman; his mother, Bridget, was a Catholic homemaker. He is of Irish descent. His biological father died of pneumonia when Scully was 4, and his mother later married an English merchant sailor named Allan Reeve, whom Scully considered “my dad.

Scully is a second cousin of the former Lord Mayor of Dublin, Mary Freehill.

Vin Scully Wife and Children

In 1972, Scully’s 35-year-old wife, Joan Crawford, died of an accidental medical overdose; the couple had been married for 15 years. In late 1973, he married Sandra Hunt, who had two children of her own, and they soon had a child together. Scully’s eldest son, Michael, died in a helicopter crash at the age of while working for the ARCO Transportation Company. He was inspecting oil pipelines for leaks near Fort Tejon, California in the immediate aftermath of the Northridge earthquake in January 1994.

Although Michael’s death still haunts him, Scully, a devout Roman Catholic, has said in numerous interviews that he credits his religious faith and being able to dive back into his work with helping him ease the burden and grief from losing his wife and son. Scully has four children, two stepchildren, sixteen grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. He and his wife reside in Thousand Oaks, California. Scully attends St. Jude the Apostle Church in Westlake Village, California

Vin Scully Net Worth

He has an estimated Net Worth of between $3 million dollars and $5 million dollars as of 2020. This includes his Assets, Money, and Income. His primary source of income is his various business ventures. Through his various sources of income, Scully has been able to accumulate a good fortune but prefers to lead a modest lifestyle.

Vin Scully Measurements and Facts

Here are some interesting facts and body measurements you should know about Vin Scully

Vin Scully Bio and Wiki

  • Full Names: Vin Scully
  • Popular As: Vin Scully
  • Gender: Male
  • Occupation / Profession: Retired Journalist
  • Nationality: American
  • Race / Ethnicity: American
  • Religion: Not Known
  • Sexual Orientation: Straight

Vin Scully Birthday

  • Age / How Old?: 92 years (2020)
  • Zodiac Sign: To Be Added
  • Date of Birth: November 29, 1927
  • Place of Birth: The Bronx, New York, the U.S
  • Birthday: Nov 29th

Vin Scully New York, the U.S Body Measurements

  • Body Measurements:  Not Available
  • Height / How Tall?:  To Be Added
  • Weight:  Not Known
  • Eye Color: Brown
  • Hair Color: Black
  • Shoe Size: Not Available

Vin Scully New York, the U.SFamily and Relationship

  • Father (Dad): Not Known
  • Mother: Not Known
  • Siblings (Brothers and Sisters):  Not Known
  • Marital Status: Married
  • Wife/Wedding/Spouse: Married to Sandra Hunt
  • Children:  Sons ( TBA) Daughter(s) (TBA)

Vin Scully Networth and Salary

  • Net Worth:$1 to $5 Million
  • Salary:  $210,725 or less
  • Source of Income: Under Review

Vin Scully NBC

After the National League Championship Series in 1989, Scully’s NBC contract was up and he left to focus primarily on his duties with the Dodgers. Scully also returned to being the national radio announcer for the World Series, since CBS Radio gave him the position that Jack Buck had vacated in order to become the primary announcer of CBS-TV coverage of Major League Baseball.

Scully’s first assignment was the 1990 World Series and he remained in that role until 1997, working with Johnny Bench for the first four years and Jeff Torborg for the final three. After ESPN Radio acquired the World Series radio rights from CBS in 1998, Scully was offered a continued play-by-play role but declined. Instead, ESPN Radio used Sunday Night Baseball television play-by-play man Jon Miller for their World Series coverage for the next thirteen years. Scully missed most of the Dodgers’ opening homestand of the 2012 MLB season (the first five out of six games) because of an illness.

On January 31, 2016, Scully announced that he planned to retire from broadcasting after the conclusion of the 2016 season; his final game was the team’s October 2 finale at San Francisco. Scully left open the possibility of calling postseason games (but not the World Series) if the Dodgers were to advance; in September, however, Scully stated that he would retire after the end of the regular season and not call postseason games because he did not want to “say goodbye 12 different times.” Scully was assigned a total of six road games for the 2016 season: the opening game in San Diego, two games in Anaheim, and the entirety of the three-game regular-season closing series in San Francisco.

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