Dodger broadcaster Vin Scully recovering after fall

Vin-scully If you felt an earthquake late Thursday night, it wasn’t geological. It was the hearts of millions of people in Los Angeles leaping into their throats.

Legendary Dodger play-by-play announcer Vin Scully was hospitalized overnight for precautionary reasons after a fall at his home, but was said to be in good condition. He said he bumped his head after rising too quickly from bed
Thursday.

Scully is still expected to broadcast his first game of the year Sunday, an exhibition between the Dodgers and Cleveland Indians in Arizona – kicking off his 61st season calling games for the team. Scully is slated for three Spring Training broadcasts before the Dodgers’ home opener April 13.

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