Vin Scully Stencil Template For Pumpkin Carving

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Vin Scully has been covering the Dodgers since 1950 and came to Los Angeles when the team moved from Brooklyn. With a long history as the franchise’s historic broadcaster, Scully has become a beloved icon for Dodger and baseball followers over the decades.

Fans will be able to have Scully grace their Jack-O-Lanterns this coming Halloween. A printable image of Scully was made available as Minor League Baseball’s Twitter account sent out Monday:

The Dodgers announced Scully would be returning 2015 for his 66th season with the team. The news came through a video announcement during a July game against the Atlanta Braves much to the delight to all those in attendance.

In recent years, Scully has called all home games as well road games in California and Arizona, and he will be on a similar schedule in 2015, though he may further decrease his workload. Dodger fans can catch Scully on SportsNet LA’s television broadcasts and on the radio at AM 570.

The stencil can be accessed via the tweet and on the Dodgers website.

[h/t @TrueBlueLA]

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  1. God bless Vinny. As much as I love the Dodgers, hearing Vinny call a game is more important than winning or losing. Thank God for another year!

  2. ive been listening to vinny since 1955 and god bless the man,hes brought joy to even the bad seasons the dodgers had He always had something good to say no matter who or what it was about.He keeps your attention to the game he has that flair in his voice that always kept my attention.its going to be a bad day for dodger fans when he retires ive got a 45 record of vinny callin the ninth inning of sandy Koufaxs no hitter against the giants in 1965. he struckout Harvey kuenn for the last out.2015 go dodger blue

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