Legend Vin Cully’s last game will be Oct 2, will not announce playoff games

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Updated: September 14, 2016

Every baseball fan, will be having tears in their eyes Oct. 2 as they listen to Vin Scully one last time.

Scully said Tuesday he would not call any Dodgers playoff games on radio, meaning his career will end Oct. 2 in San Francisco.

 “Otherwise, I’d be saying goodbye like in grand opera, where you say goodbye 12 different times,” Scully told The Times.

Although national broadcasters have exclusive television rights to playoff games, Scully has called the Dodgers’ postseason games on radio in recent years.

The team had hoped he would do so again this year, but Scully said two farewells would be enough: Sept. 25, when the Dodgers play the Colorado Rockies in the final regular season home game, and Oct. 2, when the Dodgers finish the regular season at AT&T Park.

When the Angels had the freeway series with the Dodgers, most of the team went to meet Scully and take photos. Hence the Mike Trout photo above.

We will miss you Scully!


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