Send personal messages to Vin Scully at #DearVin

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Dodger fans everywhere have been posting their open letters to Vin Scully on social media, and we’ve been compiling our favorites. Post your letters to Twitter, Instagram or in a public Facebook post using #DearVin, and you could see it at the #DearVin page or on one of the Dodgers’ official social media accounts.

— Matthew Mesa

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Dear Vin: I’m sad… but I’m happy for you. You have been nothing but a wonderbug for me, listening and hanging on to your every word. Your tone, your savvy, your shared memories…. there will never be anyone who can take your place. My dad used to listen to the Dodger games on the radio back in the 70s and I would too. My dad is now 79. I have been blessed to have been able to take him to a few Opening Day games and I have been blessed that both of my daughters were able to hear you. You will never be forgotten. You are the voice of DODGER BASEBALL!!! Love you, Gina S.

Hi Vin, I am 82 and have been a Dodger fan all my (almost) life,and do remember listening to the ol red head and Connie from Ebbetts field, and then came the young red head from Fordam….I went to Manhatten, no hard feelings! Living in SC, We don’t hear you too often, so when we do it’s always a great pleasure listening. Have wonderful years ahead,stay young and never forget where you have been. Regards,Don and Renee Bennet. Seneca, SC

Vincent, you would drive a saint to drink. Your professional broadcasting of the game will help the fans, and you, sign off. I hope we’ll see you at the stadium. (Claudia Harris used to babysit my wife!)
cheers, Lee & Jana, Burbank #DearVin

#DearVin Thank You for the many years of Baseball Broadcasting Brilliance and Allowing us (The Dodger Fans ) to take part as your radio family. It never mattered what day or night it was, turning on the Radio or Television. You just knew that for Three or Four Hours, that Life’s Challenges would be still, as you lend your ear to Vin Scully and Knew that for that moment in time you would be part of something great. From Presentation and Keys to the Game to Hank Aaron’s Home Runs, yeah nothing seemed as Important at the time. But I will always remember as a nine year old boy in little league,dreaming of being the next big League hitter at the mound and if for only a moment hear the call by call play in Vin’s Voice. We didn’t just hear baseball, what we got was in depth history of players, the game and the way baseball would change over the years. Sports History Lessons on a 5″ box known as a transistor radio. Me Personally I will be forever grateful to have spent wisely and invested my time in baseball and learning everything I could by Vin Scully.
I wish Vin and his family nothing but the best for years to come. #WinForVin

THANK YOU VINNY FOR ALL YOUR GOLDEN MOMENTS I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER THEM and even though You’ve said you will be Forgotten I WILL NEVER FORGET YOU and ASK GOD to continue to BLESS YOU and Your FAMILY FOREVER — YOU WILL ALWAYS BE AN LA DODGER LEGEND ……

Dear Vin, I have Been listning to you for 67 years and I want to thank you for all the Thrills.May God bless you and your family.,THANK YOU SIR.

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