Greatest moments in Dodger history No. 9: Vin Scully’s final game at Dodger Stadium

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No. 9: Vin Scully’s final game at Dodger Stadium (202 first-place votes, 13,656 points)

Watch and listen to Vin Scully call Charlie Culberson’s home run.

“I’ve always felt that I needed you much more than you needed me. And that holds true to this very day.” That’s how Vin Scully began the broadcast of his final game at Dodger Stadium in 2016.


Scully broadcast Dodger games for 67 years. To give an example of how long that really is, if current broadcaster Joe Davis stays for 67 years, his final game will be in 2083.

His final Dodger Stadium game ended with a Charlie Culberson walkoff homer.

Pedro Moura was at the game for The Times, and focused on Scully:

Late Saturday night, after the Dodgers routed Colorado and made their Sunday clinch of their fourth consecutive division title a near formality, Justin Turner and…

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