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Remembering Vin Scully: One Year Ago Today, The Dodgers Lost a Legend

One year ago today, the Dodgers lost one of the greatest legends in the team’s rich history.

When Vin Scully passed away on August 2, 2022, sports fans around the world mourned the loss of one of, if not, the greatest broadcaster of all time.

For decades, Scully was the voice of the Dodgers, spending every night sharing stories of the team’s rich history, and making fans everywhere love and appreciate the game of baseball.

Scully’s calls became just as important as the game itself, as fans who went to Dodger Stadium made sure to bring their radios to hear his stories on all the players and the game we all love.

While we miss Vin every day, on the anniversary of his passing, we wanted to look back at how the team honored the Dodgers legend. So, a year later, here’s a look back at how the Dodgers honored Scully in the days after his passing.

Here’s the tribute video LA played at Dodger Stadium:

And here’s what Dodger Stadium looked like, and how the team honored the greatest legend in the franchise’s history:

And for more Vin, here’s a video from our own Doug McKain on Scully’s most memorable moments and calls in his career:

Scully will forever be a part of Dodgers history, and it’s almost impossible to watch a Dodger game or go to Dodger Stadium without thinking about the legend that made Dodger baseball so special.

We miss you and love you, Vin.

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Noah Camras

Noah is an Associate Staff Writer for Dodgers Nation. He graduated from USC in 2022 with a B.A. in Journalism and minor in Sports Media Studies. He's been a Dodger fan since he was a kid, and his all-time favorite Dodgers are Matt Kemp and Russell Martin — but Mookie Betts and Freddie Freeman are very quickly making a case to be on that list.

One Comment

  1. I will forever remember Vin – what an honorable man and the epitome of class. Whenever I think of him, I can remember the innocent, simple, and tranquil days of growing up in Los Angeles in the 50s and 60s. That is a bygone era and, like Vin, will never be duplicated. With the turmoil in our beloved nation the past several years, how so many of us wish we could turn the clock back those times. RIP, Vinny, and we will always be grateful for the peace, integrity, and harmony you brought to your fans and to the world.

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