Vin Scully signed off for the last time Sunday, capping off a 67-year career calling games for the Dodgers — first in Brooklyn and, since 1958, in Los Angeles.
The legendary baseball announcer’s final call was in San Francisco, where the Dodgers fell to the rival Giants in the last game of the regular season, 7-1. Both teams are headed to the postseason, with the Dodgers going in as the National League West champions with a 91-71 record while the Giants settle for a wild card berth with their 87-75 mark.
Scully delivered a final message to his fans, which was posted by Sports Net LA and can be seen by clicking here.
Additional clips of Scully’s farewell can be found below in a report posted by CBS Los Angeles.