The Other Voice of the Dodgers — in Spanish
The ball soared off left fielder Carl Crawford’s bat once, then twice, into the dimming blue sky.
And each time, the home runs conjured a familiar call for listeners of Spanish-language radio, one that has made its way onto Dodgers shirts and blended seamlessly with the roaring crowd for generations.
Vin Scully may be baseball’s poet laureate, but the man who has shared the Dodgers airwaves with him for 55 years is no slouch in the lyricism department.
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