Watch: Vin Scully signs off from his final MLB game

Everybody knew it was coming, but that didn’t make it any easier for the fans who have known Vin Scully as the soundtrack to baseball for their entire lives.

Scully, the legendary Los Angeles Dodgers broadcaster, said goodbye Sunday after 67 years in the booth, calling his final game at San Francisco’s AT&T Park as the Dodgers finished their season on the road against the Giants.

These were Scully’s final words as the Giants celebrated on the field, just having clinched a wild-card spot with a 7-1 win over the Dodgers:

So ended a game (and a final few weeks of the season) that had been about Scully’s iconic career as much as it had been about pennant races. Even with the postseason on the line, the Giants went out of their way to honor Scully on Sunday.

Vin Scully waves to fans alongside Hall of Famer Willie Mays. (AP)
Vin Scully waves to fans alongside Hall of Famer Willie Mays. (AP)

And it wouldn’t be a Scully broadcast without a final few memorable quotes.

Everybody’s going to miss Vin Scully. Not just Dodgers fans. Not just baseball fans. Everybody.

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