The Los Angeles Dodgers legendary broadcaster, Vin Scully, called his last Dodgers home game on Sunday. Scully, 88, thanked Dodgers fans for everything they did for him for 67 seasons.
“Believe me when I tell you I’ve needed you far more than you needed me,” Scully said.
Who can believe that, Vin?
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During his 67 years as the Dodgers’ broadcaster, he called 25 World Series games, 20 No-Hitters, 3 Perfect games, and approximately 9,000 Major League Baseball games.
He originally sang Bette Milder’s “Wind Beneath My Wings” to his wife; however, when he sang the song to Dodgers fan all over the world, he made everyone feel extra special.
Attention all Dodgers fan!
If you feel the need to listen to Vin’s calls on YouTube, another option is to buy his Pop single of “Wind Beneath My Wings” which is available on iTunes for only .99 cents.
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) September 27, 2016
No one could’ve imagined how perfect Scully’s last home game at Dodger Stadium ended with a walk-off home run by Charlie Culberson and the Dodgers clinching their fourth straight National League West Division title.
Everyone will have to thank iTunes for the future tears that will be running down your face when you have this song on repeat.