Vin Scully, Dodgers Fans, and the Transistor Radio—How an Unbreakable Bond Was Formed

From a Los Angeles Times story by Bill Shaikin headlined “Vin Scully, Dodgers fans and the transistor radio: How an unbreakable bond was formed”:

Today, you can walk into Dodger Stadium, device in hand. The device lets you make phone calls, send text messages, take photos, access statistics and replays, post your thoughts on social media, play games, and buy food, drinks and souvenirs.

When Dodger Stadium opened in 1962, you could walk into the stadium, device in hand. That device let you do exactly one thing: listen to the radio.