Broadcaster Vin Scully arrives at Dodgers Stadium to call the final home opener of his career.
There was plenty of live entertainment, several new stadium food options and a special ceremonial first pitch honoring Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully, who is in his 67th and final season in the booth for the Dodgers, before the team’s home opener on Tuesday.
There was also a little baseball played in Chavez Ravine, with the Dodgers and Japanese right-hander Kenta Maeda facing the Arizona Diamondbacks and left-hander Patrick Corbin.
The pregame ceremony celebrated many of the great moments in Scully’s iconic career. The beloved broadcaster had a street named after him on Monday.