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Twitter reacts to death of MLB broadcast legend Vin Scully

Vin Scully, the beloved voice of the Dodgers for 67 years, both in Brooklyn and LA died at his home in the Hidden Hills portion of LA Tuesday night, the Dodgers announced. He was 94.

Members of the MLB community along with other sports figures and fans paid their respects to the legend on Twitter:

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Vin Scully
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We’ve lost the best broadcaster who ever lived as Vin Scully passed on Tuesday evening. Every game was a masters class as he turned an inning into poetry. So when great as he was, he was in the same way nice. Class, elegance and grace were all section of his humble but regal being.

Michael Kay (@RealMichaelKay) August 3, 2022

The best baseball broadcaster who ever lived, Vin Scully, has passed on. It had been an honor merely to know him. He demonstrated that language still matters and forged a romantic bond along with his listeners that ordinary people can only make an effort to achieve. The Renoir of broadcasters.

Howie Rose (@HowieRose) August 3, 2022

A hardcore week for sports fans that admire greatness once we have lost 2 IN HISTORY GREATS .The late @NBA greatest winner of all-time in the legendary @celtics BILL RUSSELL & tonight the fabulous @Dodgers VIN SCULLY! They both were AS EFFECTIVE AS IT GETS in what they did. May they RIP.

Dick Vitale (@DickieV) August 3, 2022

“He was the very best there ever was. Just once you take into account the Dodgers, there’s lots of history here and lots of individuals who have come through, it’s only a storied franchise completely around. Nonetheless it almost starts with Vin, honestly.” @ClaytonKersh22 on Vin Scully’s legacy.

SportsNet LA (@SportsNetLA) August 3, 2022

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