Woody Durham treasured note from Vin Scully

Sports broadcasting legend Vin Scully, who died Tuesday at age 94, made the day of another broadcast legend with a note he sent. Scully, the Hall of Fame announcer who called Dodgers games for 67 years, sent a note on Dodgers stationery to . It congratulated the longtime Voice of the Tar Heels, who passed away in 2018, on his career. (Tar Heel Tribune)


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Woody Durham treasured note from Vin Scully

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