Vin Scully's year-long retirement party has been a dream. As the Dodgers honored the long-time broadcaster in his final home series, the end of the Scully Era finally feels real.
The players sent Scully out with a bang Sunday, tipping their helmets to the broadcast booth upon coming to the plate.
— Vin Scully (@VinScullyTweet) September 25, 2016
— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) September 25, 2016
And of course, the Dodgers made Scully's final regular-season home call a memorable one. Second baseman Charlie Culberson hit a walk-off solo home run in the bottom of the tenth inning to break a 3-3 tie and clinch the NL West for the Dodgers.
After the game, Scully addressed Dodger Stadium for one final thank you to the fans.
In the wake of Jose Fernandez' sudden passing, Scully also told a touching story about the late pitcher.
The Dodgers end the regular season with a road trip to San Diego and San Francisco. Scully, 88, will work his final game Oct. 2 in San Francisco.
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