Longtime voice of the Dodgers Vin Scully speaks to autograph collectors with this signed personal check. The longest tenured broadcaster in the history of professional sports, Scully spent 67 years in the booth calling Dodgers games with a distinctive quality that earned him a place in the Baseball Hall of Fame as a Ford Frick Award winner.
Make a good collecting call by grabbing this Scully signed check. Dated "1/30/86", this crisp payment voucher shows solid (EX-MT+) quality with a distinct ("9") strength signature. This check number 1707 is made payable to Marymount High School of Los Angeles in the amount of $6,475.00, likely for tuition payment.
To put the revered announcer's career in perspective, television was just beginning to take hold as a wide scale entertainment medium when Scully started working for the Dodgers in 1950. He finally retired after the 2016 season, making 2017 the first year Los Angeles TV audiences had to do without him. That's generations of airtime, during virtually the entire practical history of broadcast TV. Auction LOA from JSA.