Just as it has been for two years, the Dodgers are in trouble at AT&T Park, Scully said. The sun has broken through the clouds and it is shining on the Giants for the moment. Scullys booth featured a special security detail all weekend, and Scully had several personal drivers to get around the city. He handled the Giants broadcast in the third inning, then said while San Francisco fans might consider it no big deal, it was for him, noting his appreciation of the thoughtful gesture. The Oakland Raiders took out a full-page ad in the San Francisco Chronicle honoring Scully with the NFL teams longtime catchphrase, Commitment to Excellence. VIN MISS U ALREADY one sign blared. The media cafeteria featured cupcakes with an edible message of Thank You Vin with a tiny microphone. Scully offered some memorable phrases early in his finale: During Hunter Pences first-inning at-bat, Scully noted, He would make coffee nervous. … go to the websiteHes just been a wild man swinging the bat this series. find outScully noted later in the broadcast Pence is one of his favorite players because he tries so hard, but noted the right fielder is trying too hard right now. A room-service fly ball to Angel Pagan, he called Adrian Gonzalezs fly to left in the second. Later, Scully described Pagans piercing eyes. Fans received a special poster with a photo of Scully in an orange sport coat that read: VIN SCULLY FINAL MLB BROADCAST.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.toledoblade.com/Pro/2016/10/02/Scully-calls-final-game-in-Hall-of-Fame-broadcasting-career.html
Two to Antonio Brown. One very important reminder of just how good… QB wreckage: How the Broncos defense has battered, limited opponents October 2, 2016 The Broncos victory over the Buccaneers was just the latest against a star quarterback this season. Heres a look back at the damage their defense has inflicted on some of the games best QBs through Week 4: Aqib Talib explains how he picked off Jameis Winston twice October 2, 2016 TAMPA, Fla. Aqib Talib received the warm homecoming he had hoped for when he landed in Tampa, the city in which he played the first four years of his NFL career. Fans greeted him at the Broncos hotel, and others welcomed him back to Raymond James Stadium. Trevor Siemian out, Paxton Lynch in. And now Broncos have quarterback quandary. October 2, 2016 We felt like we could have put Trevor back in the game, coach Gary Kubiak said.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.denverpost.com/2016/10/02/paxton-lynchs-1st-career-touchdown-pass/