The Dodgers have 33 games remaining this season, which means there are only 33 games left in the Vin Scully era. Less than that, really, since Scully only calls home games and select road games.
The Cubs are in Los Angeles this weekend for a series with the Dodgers, and prior to the series opener Friday night, former Dodgers catcher David Ross and Cubs skipper Joe Maddon visited Scully in his broadcast booth. They brought him some gifts too. Check it out:
I love that Scully remembers Ross’ first MLB game better than Ross does. He remembers who he threw out on the bases and everything. Incredible. As for the No. 67, that’s for Scully’s 67 years calling Dodgers games. He’s been at it since 1950.
MLB.tv is only $9.99 for the rest of the season, you know. Don’t miss Scully’s last month behind the microphone. He’s baseball royalty.
Source: CBS Sports / WATCH: David Ross and Joe Maddon give Vin Scully souvenirs from Wrigley Field