Win for Vin.
Legendary broadcaster Vin Scully surprised all of Dodger Stadium on Wednesday when he walked out onto the field at Chavez Ravine to address the crowd before Game 2 of the World Series.
Scully told the crowd that he was there to throw out the ceremonial first pitch and that he had been practicing with his wife for a week. However, before anything could go down, Scully said he needed some help.
Scully got some reinforcements right before he threw out the ceremonial first pitch as he called for a catcher, and 1981 World Series MVP Steve Yeager appeared from the dugout and walked out behind home plate.
Just as Scully reared back to throw, he stopped, and said that his arm locked up and he couldn't do it. He needed to go to the bullpen for a left-hander.
Out from the dugout came Fernando Valenzuela and the two-time World Series Champion and Cy Young Award winner took the mound to relieve the Hall-of-Fame broadcaster and threw a strike for the first pitch.
After the throw, Scully, Yeager and Valenzuela met on the diamond as Scully said to the crowd, "There's one thing you and I did every day before every game. I want you to join me so they can hear it all the way to Houston…"
"It's Time for Dodger Baseball."