As the Los Angeles City Council honors Dodgers Living Icon Vin Scully, CD 15 City Councilman Joe Buscaino (and Father Matteo) share a QUALITY moment with the always gracious and humble Voice of the Boys in Blue.
CD 15 City Councilman Joe Buscaino and Father Matteo (in glasses) share a moment with Los Angeles Dodgers Living Icon Vin Scully.
** Blogger's Note: Please pardon the absence of bloggin content as we give witness to another Opening Day of Dodgers Baseball. Students of local Sports History will SURELY prep themselves for what will be the last Opening Day Broadcast featuring the half-century plus some years, Voice of the Dodgers Vin Scully. As we near the time for Scully's last Opening Greeting to start another season within Chavez Ravine, we want to commend the Los Angeles City Council (with Scully's blessing) for formally moving forward in honoring the Hall of Fame Broadcaster, with the naming of "Vin Scully Avenue". It was fitting to take note from yesterday's "Vin Scully Avenue Festivities", a "Moment of Family" involving CD 15 City Councilman Joe Buscaino and Father Matteo as they shared in Special Moment with one of Los Angeles Greatest Living Icons. For decades, Scully brought families ..........., and a community together in chronicling the Glory (and objectively noting the pratfalls) of the Boys in Blue. Thus, as we near the opening pitch ............, let enjoy our Civic Treasure Vin Scully, from where ever you may be----Scott Johnson