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Vin Scully To Miss Los Angeles Dodgers Playoff Run After Medical ProcedureScully, who turns 88 in November, said in August he expects next season will be his last in the booth. His 66 years with the Dodgers are a broadcasting record for the same big league franchise.
5 Things: Fight for Final Playoff SpotsWhile most of the races are wrapped up (see below), there is still a three-team race for the final American League wild card spot.
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Giants Drop 5 1/2 Games Behind Dodgers After 2-1 Loss
Giants Lose 5-4 To Dodgers In 14 Innings
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Arrieta Pitches No-Hitter For Cubs In 2-0 Win Over DodgersEven after pitching his first career no-hitter, Jake Arrieta wasn't too big to wear his PJs.
Vin Scully: 2016 Will Be Final Season In Booth For DodgersVin Scully says 2016 will be his last season in the broadcast booth for the Los Angeles Dodgers, which would mark the end of his record 67-year tenure with the same franchise.