Results tagged ‘ Vin Scully ’

3/22/12-Something Historical–Team Travel Early 2000s with Leica M6-Photography by Jon SooHoo/Los Angeles Dodgers

I bought my first Leica in 2000…an M6 with 35/2 lens and shot behind the scenes in black and white film. Between the lines is only so interesting photographically that I wanted something else. Given my access by the organization, I felt it important that I record Dodgers life off the field as well. I learned this by watching my friend Michael Zagaris, team photographer of the San Francisco 49ers and Oakland A’s and all of his behind the scenes black and white images of the 49ers during the Joe Montana, Jerry Rice era. Baseball is such a long season and anything I can do the capture the organization in a different light I will.

In a private holding area at LAX prior to departure Jim Tracy, Bob Daly and Vin Scully relax waiting to board flight back in 2001.   ©Jon SooHoo/Los Angeles Dodgers

Getting ready to get off the plane left to right–radio engineer supreme Mike Noto, Ross Porter (with the original way to huge roller bag), Manny Mota, Jim Riggleman and Jim Lett.   © Jon SooHoo/Los Angeles Dodgers

Manny Mota and his wife Margarita on another flight in 2001. © Jon SooHoo/Los Angeles Dodgers

Rick Monday and the late, wonderful Stu Nahan sit on the bus in Pittsburgh in 2001. Dave Wallace sits behind them with Bob Mariano behind him. I believe it is Murph from Fox Sports next to Mariano. © Jon SooHoo/Los Angeles Dodgers

And these two have been traveling together for a long, long time. Vin Scully sits next to retired team traveling secretary Billy Delury in Pittsburgh 2001. © Jon SooHoo/Los Angeles Dodgers

As much fun as it is to photograph our players on the field, I find as much joy in shooting everyone else along the way since it is a history of humans I want to record. These behind the scenes will continue as long as I am allowed to.

With tremendous regret I have moved on from the film Leica M6 to the digital Leica M9. To keep up with the hungry needs of our impatient society who crave immediate viewing of everything through social media, I can no longer have film sit in the can until I return from road trip. I hope to return to shooting black and white film someday….but not really. I wouldn’t know how to shoot a camera without being able to look at the back of it for review.  JS

 

2/29/12-Something Historical-Yankees/Dodgers-Tampa 2004

You can feel the years of baseball history in this foursome.  Yogi Berra, Joe Torre, Vin Scully and Don Zimmer pose for me during the Spring of 2004 in Tampa.   I am so glad our paths would cross again with Joe eventually managing the Dodgers.   © Jon SooHoo/Los Angeles Dodgers

2/14/12-Something Historical-Scully and Jarrin-September 2006

Vin Scully and Jaime Jarrin smile for me for the cover of the Dodgers Magazine back in 2006. Walking through the stadium with these Dodger icons before the gates opened was a lot of fun as workers from the Reserved Level were very excited to see them.  © Jon SooHoo/Los Angeles Dodgers

2/1/12-Something Historical—Vin Scully Press Box Dedication-April 21,2001

Vin Scully poses in front of press box named in his honor dedicated on April 21, 2001 at Dodger Stadium.

© Jon SooHoo/Los Angeles Dodgers

1/30/12-Something Current–SCSBA Hall of Famers

If you are familiar with Los Angeles sports, you will know ALL of these local SCSBA Hall of Famers–Dick Enberg (L to R), Mike Walden, Rich Murotta, Jaime Jarrin, Chris Roberts, Vin Scully, Jim Hill, Nick Nickson, Bob Miller

© Jon SooHoo/Los Angeles Dodgers

1/30/12-Something Historical–SCSBA Luncheon-February 2, 2004

In honor of today’s Southern California Sports Broadcasters Luncheon, this photo is of Jaime Jarrin, Vin Scully and Stu Nahan from the same luncheon in 2004 at Lakeside Country Club in Toluca Lake, California.

© Jon SooHoo/Los Angeles Dodgers

 

1/28/12-Something Historical-Vin Scully in the Green Monster-June 11,2004

In a rare visit to play the Red Sox in Boston, Vin Scully  looks out at Fenway Park from within the Green Monster June 11, 2004. This was one of my favorite moments as Dodgers Team Photographer.  © Jon SooHoo/Los Angeles Dodgers

1/26/12-Something Historical—Late 1980’s-Vin Scully Interviews Tommy Lasorda at the Old Busch Stadium

Vin Scully interviews Tommy Lasorda at the old Busch Stadium in St. Louis during the late 80’s. Boyd Robertson oversees the interview as he still does for Vin.  The old stadium was one of the prettiest to photograph with those archways at the top. Late day shadows made some gorgeous designs on the field. It was also one of the hottest off that carpet when we visited usually in June or July.     © Jon SooHoo/Los Angeles Dodgers

1/15/12-Something Historical-2

Los Angeles Dodgers Vin Scully, Los Angeles Lakers Chick Hearn and Los Angeles Kings Bob Miller. All three are Hall of Fame announcers in their respective sports. © Jon SooHoo

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