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Vin Scully, the voice of baseball’s Dodgers for their final years in Brooklyn and all of their years in Los Angeles, is retiring at the end of this season. You are as much a part of baseball as any player or manager. You have told their stories to us fans, not in their words, but in words that echo their best because you have given your best.
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