WATCH: Vin Scully says goodbye to Dodger fans after three-minute standing ovation
It was an unforgettable night in Dodger Stadium on Friday
Dodgers broadcaster and baseball luminary Vin Scully is of course retiring at season's end after 67 years as the voice of the Dodgers. On Friday, Scully's final series at Dodger Stadium commenced, and the team marked the occasion with a pregame ceremony to honor the living legend. First, the team aired a tribute video ...
Finally, it was time for the man of honor to make his way to the podium ...
What's one sign of a life well-lived? A three-minute or so standing ovation courtesy of more than 50,000 adoring onlookers. And now Scully's farewell address ...
Perfectly said -- not that you would expect anything less. In conclusion ...
Us, too, man. Us, too.
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