Column: Roz Wyman brought Vin Scully to L.A. How is she saying goodbye after nearly 60 years?


Roz Wyman, the youngest person and the second woman to serve on the Los Angeles City Council, campaigned on getting major-league baseball to L.A. Then she moved heaven, earth and Walter O’Malley to make it happen. This weekend, as Dodgers announcer Vin Scully calls his last game in Chavez Ravine, Wyman will be there cheering him on. The woman who has bled Dodger Blue for nearly 60 years can’t say enough about the man who has talked a Dodger Blue streak for even longer.

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