The outpouring of goodbyes and gratitude for Vin Scully on his last day have come from all around baseball, including this brief video from MLB itself:
At AT&T Park, fans were given “Thank you, Vin” signs, and the press notes prominently featured Scully.
Welcome to my Thanksgiving. pic.twitter.com/mYH030G10S— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) October 2, 2016
The Giants had a tribute to Scully before Sunday’s game:
You will NEVER hear that again. "It's time for Dodger baseball," just played over the loudspeaker at AT&T Park.— Doug Padilla (@DougPadilla) October 2, 2016
Giants pulling out all the stops with Scully. Elaborate video board tribute in progress. Dodgers owe Baer. pic.twitter.com/hSvteoVqT6— Carl Steward (@stewardsfolly) October 2, 2016
Vin Scully is probably the only Dodger to get a standing ovation in SF. pic.twitter.com/5Ev7AxyUtv— David Vassegh (@THEREAL_DV) October 2, 2016
Giants PA: "We are honored to assist the Dodgers in bidding you adieu .. Thank you for everything, Mr. Vin Scully."— Bill Shaikin (@BillShaikin) October 2, 2016
Vin Scully in taped message: "It's time for Giant-Dodger baseball, the greatest rivalry in all of professional sports."— Andrew Baggarly (@extrabaggs) October 2, 2016
Scully prepared for his final broadcast:
Joe Buck said of Scully, “His voice hits the human ear in just the right spot.”
Nice tribute from Joe Buck to Vin Scully: https://t.co/sPQNOMQIzb— Bill Shaikin (@BillShaikin) October 2, 2016
During the game, the Giants honored Scully with a plaque, plus a picture of Mel Ott (Scully’s childhood hero) and a ticket stub from the game in which Ott hit his 500th home run.
Hawk Harrelson of the White Sox said a nice goodbye to Scully as well, telling him, “It’s our national pastime, and you have been our spokesman for a very long time.”
In honor of Vin Scully's last day in the Dodgers booth, Hawk has a message for the legendary broadcaster. pic.twitter.com/ryUEuqkwtd— Chicago White Sox (@whitesox) October 2, 2016
But it wasn’t just the baseball world saluting Scully on Sunday.
Look who bought a full-page ad in the SF Chronicle to salute Vin Scully. pic.twitter.com/NUgnYSoORS— Bill Shaikin (@BillShaikin) October 2, 2016
The NFL on CBS said goodbye to both Scully and Dick Enberg, who is retiring also after calling his final Padres game on Sunday. Both men called football, among other things, for CBS.
NFL BEFORE TODAY: Saluting two broadcast legends – Vin Scully and Dick Enberg https://t.co/d7MIvuPiWE— NFLonCBS (@NFLonCBS) October 2, 2016
After Sunday’s game, here is how Scully signed off of his final broadcast: