After more than 9,000 games, legendary Los Angeles Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully signed off for the final time in his incredible 67-year career. Scully, who was the youngest ever to broadcast a World Series game at only 22-years-old, called his last game on Sunday.
The Dodgers took on the San Francisco Giants in the final game of the regular season, which coincidentally, the Giants were his first team he rooted for back in 1936.
Scully signed off following a 7–1 Giants win that clinched San Francisco a spot in the NL wild card game.
“I have said enough for a lifetime,” Scully said. “And for the last time, I wish you a very pleasant good afternoon.”
During Scully’s illustrious career he called 21 no-hitters and three perfect games.
We leave you with Vin Scully’s epic call of Kirk Gibson’s game-winning home run in Game 1 of the 1988 World Series. Thank you, Vin Scully.