We’re sending a massive love letter to Vin Scully. Here’s how you can be a part of it

Vin Scully
After decades on the air, Vin Scully will end his career as the voice of the Dodgers on Sunday.
(Gina Ferazzi / Los Angeles Times)

For one Dodgers fan, Vin Scully eased the pain of chemotherapy and leukemia. 

“I was at USC Norris Cancer Hospital for days and months at a time.  I had so much chemo that it was hard to concentrate on anything, it does that to you.  But every night I would watch the Dodgers and listen to Vin. It was the only thing I could actually concentrate on,” said Dolores Anguiano-Torres. “It was so comforting to hear his voice in the midst of the chaos my life was at the time. I was a wife and mom of three small children; it was a very difficult time.  But my constant was Vin, listening to him was so soothing to my tired soul.”

She's a Dodgers fan in sickness and in health. (Courtesy of Dolores Anguiano-Torres)
She's a Dodgers fan in sickness and in health. (Courtesy of Dolores Anguiano-Torres)

Thank you to Vin, for talking me through one of the most difficult times of my life.

— Dolores Anguiano-Torres

This is just one of thousands of stories of how Vin Scully has touched the lives of Dodgers fans – and we want to hear yours. 

What will you remember most about the legendary announcer? Did you listen to him late at night, past your bedtime? Did you have a chance meeting with him that you still talk about? 

We’ll collect a selection of these in a book, which we will hand-deliver to Scully. 

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