The Dodgers and Cubs squared off on Friday night and it took a backseat to some great news. The Dodgers announced during the second inning that longtime announcer Vin Scully would be returning next year. It will be his 67th season in the booth for the Dodgers, and we couldn’t be more happy for him.
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Your browser does not support iframes. On Sunday, Vin Scully had some free time during the third inning of the Mets and Dodgers game and he ended up musing about redheads for about a minute.