Dodgers to wear commemorative jersey patch to honor Vin Scully

Dodgers to wear commemorative jersey patch to honor Vin Scully
Dodgers to wear commemorative jersey patch to honor Vin Scully

The Dodgers have their voices on their sleeves.

One of the world’s most legendary sports hosts, Vin Scully, died on August 3 at the age of 94. Scully is synonymous with the Dodgers, and they pay homage to Scully.

Los Angeles, which launched on the same day, will wear jersey patches in honor of the long-running voice on their sleeves:

The black patch features “VIN” on top and a microphone below, a subtle and simple nod to Scully.

Scully tributes were held throughout the baseball game. On Wednesday night, the Dodgers and Giants observed a moment of silence before the game. Los Angeles plans to honor Scully again when the team returns home Friday night.

Sculley’s death was felt in other sports, as many NBA players and celebrities paid tribute to the icon the day after his death.

Overall, Sculley spent 67 years with the Dodgers, coast to coast, starting in Brooklyn and ending in Los Angeles. He announced his final game with the Dodgers in 2016.

In addition to his work with the Dodgers, Scully has played in NFL games, including the 1982 NFC Championship Game, in which Dwight Clark produced “The Catch” to seal a victory over the Dallas Cowboys. It was the last NFL game he called.

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