Chavez Ravine, CA (CBS HOUSTON) – As the 2016 baseball season draws to a close it will end an era that has reigned for 67-years. Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully is calling it a career when the season finishes.
Sunday marked the final game at Dodgers Stadium for the Hall of Fame broadcaster and it couldn’t have gone any better.
With the Dodgers and Rockies tied 3-3 in the bottom of the ninth, a win would mean not only Vin getting to call a win in his final home game, it would clinch the NL West for the Dodgers.
Charlie Culberson took his spot in the batter’s box, and finished an amazing career for the best voice in baseball.
Who know’s how Scully’s career will end. We do know that it will end on Sunday, rightfully, against the Dodgers’ rivals the San Francisco Giants in Northern California.
Scully already announced he will not be calling any of the Dodgers post season games because he doesn’t want to have to possibly say goodbye more than the two times he is doing it at the end of the regular season.
You’ll be missed Vin.