A broadcasting legend says goodbye to the game he loves today.

FOX's Dave Anthony remembers the long broadcasting career of Vin Scully:

For one final game, Vin Scully will announce:

(Scully) "It's time for Dodger baseball!"

Ending an unparalleled career:

(Scully) "High fly ball into right field, she is gone!"

Kirk Gibson's homer to win a 1988 World Series game, among his most memorable moments:

(Scully) "Fernando Valenzuela has pitched a no-hitter."

Scully started broadcasting Dodger games in the 1950's when they were in Brooklyn:

(Scully) "Despite the fact that I've just knocked a cup of coffee in my lap in a suit that's just out of the cleaners, it's great to be home."

It was that fun personable style and storytelling that's his legacy:

(Scully) "I'm a very happy person and I love people."

And Scully says being around them is what he'll miss, not the games. As for how he lasted 67 years:

(Scully) "Is the grace of God, let's face it."

And the 88-year-old adds:

(Scully) "I've enjoyed every minute of it, believe me, every minute."

Dave Anthony, FOX News.

(AP Photo/Chris Carlson)
(AP Photo/Chris Carlson)