For 62 years, Vin Scully has been the voice of the Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers. He's a treasure not only to the franchise, but also to the city of Los Angeles as one of the last voices from an era long forgotten. Generations of Angelenos have grown up hearing Scully's easy, reassuring voice, and it's become one of the most recognizable sounds in the city.
He'll be coming back for his 63rd year next season, which is a bright spot in what's been a dismal season this year.
Scully means just as much to the game of baseball, as he's been behind the microphone for some of its most memorable moments. He's a reminder to current announcers to call the game fair, avoid being a homer, know when to get out of the way and, above all else, enjoy what you do and remember it is just a game.
This is by no means a definitive list of Scully's best moments. Feel free to add your own, and let's enjoy some of the finest radio work in sports history by a legendary voice. I've also included a few gems outside of the Dodgers to appreciate the breadth of his résumé.