Vin Scully was a legendary baseball announcer who began his career at just 25 years old broadcasting for the Brooklyn Dodgers. He moved with the team to Los Angeles in 1958 and helped establish them in the community. Scully had a diverse broadcasting career that included hosting game shows, co-hosting the Rose Parade, and broadcasting for CBS Sports in addition to baseball. He called some of the sport's most memorable moments, including 25 World Series games and 18 no-hitters. Scully was honored with numerous accolades, including induction into the National Baseball Hall of Fame, and was beloved by fans and players alike. Even in retirement, Scully remained an important figure for the LA Dodgers, and his legacy will continue to live on.