Vin Scully has learned a lot over the years as the voice of the Dodgers, but nothing has been more amazing than his grasp of Twitter.

Scully has learned what a hashtag is, what it means to be trending and has fully engulfed himself into Twitter after taking over the Dodgers official account last night.

Playing against the Yankees at Yankee Stadium for the first time since 1981, Scully was full of classic his lines and it was impossible not to hear him say what was being tweeted.

Here are some highlights from his Twittercast that lasted the entire game:

Vin addressed the audience just like he addresses the radio listeners and T.V. crowds on a daily basis:

Finding out that he was trending was exciting, but he seemed more interested in what Yasiel Puig was doing:

After being asked if he knew all along he wanted to be a broadcaster, Scully shed some light that he knew all along:

Vin continued his admiration for Puig after he smacked a home run to right field, giving the Dodgers a 6-0 lead:

Scully saved his best for last, saying he believes the Dodgers have the talent to make a run in the near future:

The Dodgers improved to 1-0 when he does a Twittercast and it was great to see him interact with the fans during a broadcast.

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Ross Gasmer is a Social Media Producer for @TheHerd and was a contributing writer and editor for Dodger Nation. Follow him on Twitter @Ross_Gasmer12

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