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Legendary Dodgers Broadcaster Vin Scully Will Return For 2013 Season

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Legendary broadcaster Vin Scully announced that he will be returning to the Dodgers in 2013 for his 64th baseball season.

For (at least) one more season, Southern California will be able to listen to the 84-year-old legendary broadcaster, who can still remember stories about Jackie Robinson, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Scully said he feels renewed via a statement: "The new ownership of the Dodgers has revitalized the city, the team, the fans and myself."

And East Coasters might be able to listen to Scully broadcast live, too. If his wife allows him, he said he'd like to follow the Dodgers and make a rare (for him) trip to Yankee Stadium to broadcast the game, according to Los Angeles Dodgers' Twitter handle.

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Listen to Scully paying tribute to Neil Armstrong yesterday.