How To Watch The Vin Scully Ceremony At Dodger Stadium

The Vin Scully ceremony at Dodger Stadium begins at 6:30 p.m. PT and will be televised live by SportsNet LA, MLB Network, and can be streamed from the MLB.TV game feed. It can also be listened to on AM 570 L.A. Sports Radio.

The Los Angeles Dodgers have encouraged fans who are attending to plan on giving themselves ample time to get to their seats. Fans additionally have an opportunity to pay their respects at various locations throughout Dodger Stadium.

Behind the Vin Scully Press Box, the “I’ll Miss You” banner from Scully’s last home game is hanging on display, along with other mementos from his storied career.

A new tribute was added to the display case in the center field plaza, and miniature versions of his Ring of Honor microphone logo have been placed on existing Scully displays throughout Dodger Stadium.

Additionally, Scully’s World Series rings will be featured, starting August 19.

Scully has been celebrated throughout the sports world since passing away Tuesday at the age of 94. Dodgers manager Dave Roberts, Clayton Kershaw and Justin Turner were among those to speak highly of their relationships with the Hall of Fame broadcaster, and Jaime Jarrín, Alanna Rizzo and several others posted heartfelt messages on social media.

Fans have continued to flock to the Dodger Stadium sign on the corner of Vin Scully Ave. and Stadium Way to pay their respects as well.

Vin Scully’s career

Scully began his broadcasting career with the Brooklyn Dodgers on April 18, 1950. His 67 years in the booth represent the longest-tenured broadcaster with one team in professional sports history.

Scully’s final game was Oct. 2, 2016, when the Dodgers faced the San Francisco Giants at Oracle Park. It was a fitting sendoff for the iconic broadcaster who grew up a fan of the New York Giants.

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