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Vin, don't go! Scully is as eloquent as ever in his farewell Dodgers broadcast

He spoke to the game, to its history, to the unique situation of being honored at a retirement party disguised as a baseball game. He spoke to the adoring folks who filled San Francisco’s AT&T Park, to the admiring announcers sitting in the next booth, to family members who surrounded his chair...
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