Vin Scully net worth and salary: Vin Scully is an American sportscaster who has a net worth of $5 million and annual salary of $800 thousand. Born in The Bronx, New York, Vin Scully attended Fordham University, where he began working as a broadcaster for college games. His college years were busy, as he co-founded a radio station, served as a broadcaster for multiple sports, sang with a quartet, edited his class yearbook, and played on the baseball team. He received only one job offer after college, but that led to a job broadcasting college football games for CBS Radio. He became part of the Brooklyn Dodgers coverage team in 1950, and remained with the Dodgers even after they moved to California. His play-by-play announcements were so popular, that fans would bring radios to the stadium to listen to his commentary, while watching the game live. He also continued to call football games, and occasionally tennis and golf, for CBS. In the early 80s, he shifted to covering baseball for NBC. He covered baseball for that network until the late 80s, when they cut their baseball coverage. Since then, he has continued to call baseball for the Dodgers, and to call World Series Games. He has been working almost continuously for 65 years.
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Date of Birth
Nov 29, 1927 (88 years old)
Journalist, Sports commentator, Announcer, Voice Actor
United States of America
Vincent Edward Scully, The Voice of the Dodgers, Vincent Edward "Vin" Scully, Vinny
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