Pull Up a Chair: The Vin Scully Story

Read [Curt Smith Book] # Pull Up a Chair: The Vin Scully Story Online * PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB free. Pull Up a Chair: The Vin Scully Story RICK SHAQ GOLDSTEIN SAYS: VINNIE IS THE GREATEST OF ALL-TIME HE DESERVES A BETTER STORY THAN THIS. Vince Scully the legendary Hall Of Fame announcer for the Brooklyn and now Los Angeles Dodgers is nearing his sixtieth complete year of broadcasting. I happen to have been blessed to listen to Vinnie as a young boy in New York and then miraculously our fami. Very disappointing - - poor writing, very little insight according to Joe Consolino. Love Vin Scully, and was looking forward to learnin

Pull Up a Chair: The Vin Scully Story

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Rating : 4.53 (742 Votes)
Asin : 159797661X
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 296 Pages
Publish Date : 2016-03-16
Language : English

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At one time or another, Scully has aired NBC Television’s Game of the Week, twelve All-Star Games, eighteen no-hitters, twenty-five World Series, and network football, golf, and tennis. Dodgers franchise personality.” In 2000, the American Sportscasters Association named Scully the Sportscaster of the 20th Century. Nearly sixty years later he still invites a listener to “pull up a chair,” completing a record fifty-ninth consecutive year of play-by-play. In 1950, Vin Scully broadcast his first major league baseball game for the then–Brooklyn Dodgers. The first biography of Vin Scully is long overdue. He has made every sportscasting Hall of Fame; received a Lifetime Emmy Achievement award and a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame; and been voted “most memorable L.A. Recruited and mentored by the legendary Red Barber, the New York–born Scully moved with the Dodgers to Los Angeles in early 1958. His instantly recognizable voice has described players from Duke Snider to Orel Hershiser to Manny Ramirez, with hundreds in between. Curt Smith—to USA Today, “The voice

It makes for great summer reading."—politicalmavens. "I highly recommend it. His life story has been beautifully sculpted by Curt Smith in Pull Up a Chair

RICK "SHAQ" GOLDSTEIN SAYS: "VINNIE IS THE GREATEST OF ALL-TIME HE DESERVES A BETTER STORY THAN THIS." Vince Scully the legendary Hall Of Fame announcer for the Brooklyn and now Los Angeles Dodgers is nearing his sixtieth complete year of broadcasting. I happen to have been blessed to listen to Vinnie as a young boy in New York and then miraculously our fami. "Very disappointing - - poor writing, very little insight" according to Joe Consolino. Love Vin Scully, and was looking forward to learning more about him and some behind the scenes stories. So there was an excellent chance I was going to like this book.Unfortunately, it was one of the most disappointing books I can remember reading. It is on. "Great subject, sloppy writing/editing" according to James Mushener. As a previous reviewer said, the book came out too quickly. Throughout the book, quotes just appear, without it being clear who said them. Sentences come from nowhere (seemingly misplaced from other chapters where they belong). A very difficult read. Not th

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