Vin Scully, the legendary 86 year old Hall of Fame broadcaster of the Dodgers since 1950, is well renowned for his dulcet voice and steady demeanor. These professional attributes were at the forefront during the bottom of the sixth inning of Freeway Series Exhibition ballgame between the l.A. Dodgers and the L.A.Angels of Anaheim when an earthquake shook Dodger Stadium.
This temblor was a shallow quake 1.2 miles beneath Brea, California. This was unlike the 2.2 earthquake coming from raucous cheering from Seattle Seahawks fans in December, 2006
Some say that Scully's laid back attitude toward the shaking was typically LA. Others may point to Scully's 65 year experience in being a consummate professional. Both of those points have elements of truth to it. However, one should not discount Scully's sunny disposition. Scully's call projects a calm cheerfulness which invites viewers into the action. This understated announcing would not emphasize the geologic event.
That being said, Vin Scully sounds best when speaking in his own voice. The Ozzie accent which Scully tongue-in-cheek started the 2014 MLB Season Opening Day in Sydney Australia rubbed some baseball fans the wrong way.