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Legendary broadcaster Vin Scully passed away yesterday at the age of 94. Scully was unquestionably the greatest baseball play-by-play announcer ever, serving as the voice of the Los Angeles Dodgers for 64 years. People across the country got to enjoy his calls on NBC’s MLB Game of the Week, and he branched out into other sports seamlessly.

No one could paint a picture with words quite like Scully, and over his career he was the man behind the microphone for so many iconic moments made all the more special by his calls. From Don Larsen’s perfect game in the 1956 World Series, to Hank Aaron’s record-breaking 715th home run, to an injured Kirk Gibson’s pinch-hit homerun in Game 1 of the 1988 World Series, to the ball trickling through Bill Buckner’s legs to give the Mets a huge win the the 1986 World Series.

Scully’s final game before retiring was October 2, 1996 as the Dodgers visited their rivals, the San Francisco Giants. It was only fitting that the news of his passing came as the Giants were again hosting the Dodgers last night.

Pull up a chair and enjoy some clips of the incomparable Vin Scully.