LOS ANGELES — When the Twins and Dodgers last tangled on April 13 at Target Field, Clayton Kershaw almost threw a perfect game — and he might have accomplished the rare feat if only Dodgers manager Dave Roberts had left him in.
One of Dayne St. Clair’s first soccer memories is from roughly 20 years ago with him juggling a plastic balloon at his grandmother’s home in the Toronto area. The young Canadian wasn’t yet good enough with his feet to keep a heavier soccer ball aloft; he needed an inflatable orb that would hang in the air a bit longer.
If Scully ever really considered himself the greatest of all time, he never let on. He was truly a humble man with a great gift — the ability to spin a story while calling a baseball game and paint a picture that made you feel you were in the ballpark watching along with him.