Giants-Dodgers NLDS finale ‘the most important game in the history of their rivalry,’ Vin Scully says
Legendary sports broadcaster Vin Scully weighed in Thursday on what Game 5 of the National League Division Series meant for the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Francisco Giants.
The Dodgers and Giants are enjoying to advance to the National League Championship Series towards the Atlanta Braves. Scully known as tonight’s game one of the greatest in the groups’ rivalry.
“To my knowledge, tonight’s game between the @Dodgers and @SFGiants is the most important game in the history of their rivalry. With nearly identical records, and so much at stake, I believe this to be the case,” the 93-year-old former Dodgers announcer wrote on Twitter.
“Many of you might consider the 1951 game for the NL pennant to be bigger. Perhaps, but that was more about the greatest moment with Bobby Thomson’s game-winning home run.
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“I have one prayer for tonight’s game. However it’s decided, I hope there’s no goat, no single player to shoulder the blame for a loss like Bill Buckner in the 1986 series between the @RedSox and @Mets.”
Scully is taken into account one of the best broadcasters of all time. He began out calling Dodgers video games in the Fifties when the crew was in Brooklyn. He stored calling Dodgers video games when the crew moved to Los Angeles till 2016, when he stepped away from the sales space for good.
The Giants and Dodgers completed with the greatest information in baseball, however as a result of of the playoff format in MLB, Los Angeles wanted to get by way of the wild-card playoff earlier than attending to the NLDS.
Game 5 is about for Thursday night time.
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