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Vin Scully and Dodger Players Pay Tribute to Muhammad Ali | VIDEO

On Friday June 3, 2016 the sports world lost a true legend. The three-time heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali died at the age of 74. The news of Ali’s passing broke during the Los Angeles Dodgers game vs. the Atlanta Braves.

Dodgers announcer Vin Scully took a few moments to reflect on the late great fighter. For those who didn’t know at the time, Scully broke the news during the broadcast reciting one of Ali’s famous quotes.

Dodgers broadcaster Charlie Steiner had his own tribute to Ali.

Following the Dodgers 4-2 win, some players took to social media to mourn the loss of Ali.

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Rest in peace @muhammadali #GOAT

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The MLB, as well as members of the media, also paid their respects to Ali.

“I’ve lived the Life of 100 Men”

– Muhammad Ali

R.I.P. Champ

Written by Elisa Hernandez

Sports enthusiast serving as DodgersNation.com host/reporter. Proud USC graduate in a CA state of Mind. Dodgers, Lakers, Broncos, Trojans and Kings fan! I have a million jobs, but you guys are my first priority <3 Tweet me @EHernandezTV.

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