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Los Angeles City Hall will light up in Dodger blue Wednesday evening to honor Vin Scully, the legendary sports broadcaster who was the beloved voice of the Dodgers for 67 years.
Scully died at his home in Hidden Hills on Tuesday, the Dodgers announced. He was 94.
In a statement announcing City Hall’s plans to commemorate Scully’s legacy, Mayor Eric Garcetti said the veteran broadcaster was “bigger than baseball.”
“He was the soul of Los Angeles, the undisputed voice of America’s pastime, and the narrator of some of the most thrilling moments of our lives,” Garcetti said.