Scully heads to Broadcasters Hall
Legendary Dodgers announcer set for Tuesday induction
LOS ANGELES -- Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully, inducted into Baseball's Hall of Fame in 1982, will be inducted into the National Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame on Tuesday at the organization's annual convention in Las Vegas, with a reception in his honor at the Las Vegas Hilton.
In 2000, Scully was named Sportscaster of the 20th Century by the American Sportscasters Association. This is Scully's 60th year as a Dodgers broadcaster. In 2001, the press box at Dodger Stadium was named in his honor. In addition to his baseball work, Scully has called play-by-play for the NFL and the PGA Tour.
Previous inductees to the NAB Radio Hall of Fame include Mel Allen, Gene Autry, Red Barber, Jack Buck, George Burns, Harry Caray, Bing Crosby, Herbert Hoover, Bob Hope, Casey Kasem, Larry King, Rush Limbaugh, Edward Murrow, Ronald Reagan and Orson Welles.
Ken Gurnick is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.