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With Vin Scully's retirement, Los Angeles loses a poet-philosopher

Vin Scully has been the voice of Dodgers baseball for 67 seasons, a remarkable record of longevity — he has called games for more than half the lifespan of a franchise that began in 1883. But Scully has meant more to the Dodgers, and by extension to Los Angeles, than just someone who could be counted...
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