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Dodgers fans vote on Scully's top calls

Dodgers fans vote on Scully's top calls

The Dodgers asked their fans to vote on Vin Scully's top calls over the years. Here are the results:

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No. 20 (May 22, 1999): Mark McGwire homers over the roof.

"Let's see where that goes. It hit the top of the roof! Whoa!"

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No. 19 (July 22, 2009): Manny Ramirez's pinch-hit bobbleslam.

"That's even more Hollywood than Hollywood! Yeah, you're right. It's Mannywood."

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No. 18: (June 4, 2013): Yasiel Puig hits his second homer — and it's a slam.

"A high fly ball into deep right field … I don't believe it! A grand-slam home run!"

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No. 17 (Oct. 3, 1993): Mike Piazza's two homers knock Giants out of playoffs.

"Miracle upon miracles — he's hit another one!"

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No. 16 (May 31, 1968): Don Drysdale's scoreless streak stays alive.

"Hold everything — and the Giants are all over the plate umpire!"

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No. 15 (Sept. 18, 2006): Four homers in ninth and one in 10th win the 4+1 Game.

"Believe it or not, four consecutive home runs — and the Dodgers have tied it up again!"

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No. 14 (Sept. 17, 1996): Nomo No-No at Coors Field.

"And now one precious strike away … got him! Hideo Nomo did what they said could not be done!"

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No. 13 (Sept. 11, 1983): R.J. Reynolds' squeeze caps four-run comeback in ninth.

"The squeeze! And here comes the run! He squeezed it in!

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No. 12 (April 9, 1981): Fernandomania arrives.

"Listen to this crowd — most of the folks on the feet now. Valenzuela delivers — screwball, got him swinging! What a way to start. Fernando Valenzuela, in his first big league start, pitches a shutout. And a little child shall lead them."

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No. 11 (Oct. 12, 1974): Joe Ferguson's stunning World Series throw.

"Ferguson took it with the better arm! The throw … they got him! Oh, what a play!"

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No. 10 (June 18, 2014): Clayton Kershaw no-hits the Rockies.

"Got him. He's done it. … Clayton Kershaw pitches a no-hitter with a career-high 15 strikeouts."

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No. 9 (Sept. 29, 1959): Dodgers clinch first pennant in Los Angeles.

"There's a high bouncer over the mound, over second base, Mantilla's up with it, throws low and wild! Hodges scores … we go to Chicago!"

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No. 8 (April 25, 1976): Rick Monday rescues the American flag.

"I'm not sure what he's doing out there. It looks like he's gonna burn a flag — and Rick Monday runs to take it away from him!"

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No. 7 (Oct. 8, 1956): Don Larsen's World Series perfect game.

"Got him. The greatest game ever pitched in baseball history by Don Larsen."

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No. 6 (May 7, 1959): Roy Campanella Night at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

"Right now at the Coliseum, all of the lights will be turned out … 93,000 people are asked in silent tribute to light a match to Roy Campenella."

Vin Scully called Sandy Koufax's perfect game and Los Angeles Times sports columnist Bill Plaschke thinks the call was also perfect.

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No. 5 (June 29, 1990): Fernando Valenzuela's no-hitter.

"If you have a sombrero, throw it to the sky."

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No. 4 (Sept. 17, 2001): Dodgers' first game after 9/11.

"The President of the United States has said it is time to go back to work. And so, despite a heavy heart, baseball gets up out of the dirt, brushes itself off and will follow his command, hoping in some small way to inspire the nation to do the same."

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No. 3 (April 8, 1974): Henry Aaron's 715th career home run.

"What a marvelous moment for the country and the world. A black man is getting a standing ovation in the Deep South for breaking a record of an all-time baseball idol."

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No. 2 (Sept. 9, 1965): Sandy Koufax's perfect game.

"Two and two to Harvey Kuenn. One strike away. Sandy into his windup. Here's the pitch … swung on and missed! A perfect game!"

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No. 1 (Oct. 15, 1988): Kirk Gibson's World Series Game 1 walk-off.

"High fly ball into right field. She is gone! … In a year that has been so improbable, the impossible has happened!"

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