Vin Scully featured in 2014 Dodgers yearbook

Dodgers

LOS ANGELES -- Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully is the main feature of the 2014 Dodgers yearbook, as his portrait is on the cover and an in-depth interview contained within.

Scully, in his record 65th season calling Dodgers games, sat down for a long interview with new director of digital and print media Jon Weisman, and the result is 21 pages of Scully on Scully.

"Among the topics Scully discussed are his childhood and adolescence, his ascension to the broadcast booth, his move to Los Angeles and his thoughts about such players as Sandy Koufax, Fernando Valenzuela, Clayton Kershaw and Yasiel Puig," the Dodgers announced in a release. "The interview is punctuated by personal anecdotes by Scully as he reflects on his life and career."

The yearbook also features roster information, both majors and minors, a breakdown of the improvements to Dodger Stadium and a tribute to the late Dr. Frank Jobe. The yearbook will be available at Dodger Stadium beginning with the home opener on April 4.

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