Sunday media column: A top five of So Cal sports media for 2015

Illustration by Jim Thompson/www.sportsbronze.com

Illustration by Jim Thompson/www.sportsbronze.com

Jessica Mendoza wasn’t just enjoying the view from Vin Scully’s Dodger Stadium broadcast booth on a warm Sunday night in late August.
She was working. For ESPN.
Breaking down a live no-hitter. While breaking down a gender barrier as a bona fide game analyst.
While the Olympic gold-medal softball star out Camarillo and living in Moorpark from would make history in 2015 as the first woman to do an MLB national TV playoff game broadcast, it wasn’t lost on her all the history already made in that particular space by Scully. Just a couple days earlier, the 88-year-old living in Hidden Hills announced that, while he planned to come back for the 2016 season, that would likely be his 67th and final one for the Dodgers.
The curb for arrivals and departures was clearly marked in the Southern California-based sports media this year.
Maybe ask your Uber driver to pull off to the side for just one more moment while take one last look in in the rearview mirror at our Top Five moments before heading out on the open road to next year.
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