LOS ANGELES — If you aren’t able to watch Vin Scully’s final broadcast on Sunday afternoon, there is one more way for you to follow along. The Dodgers will simulcast the entire game against the Giants on AM 570 LA Sports radio, the club announced on Monday.
Normally, the first three innings of Scully’s television broadcast are simulcast on radio, followed by Charley Steiner and Rick Monday calling the remainder of the game. But on Sunday from San Francisco, fans can hear all nine innings — or possibly longer, as his final Dodger Stadium broadcast showed — on radio.
Scully will call all three games against the Giants from AT&T Park to close out his Hall of Fame, 67-year career. This will make a total of just six road games all season for Scully, who called opening day on Apr. 4 in San Diego, and two games in Anaheim on May 18-19.
The SportsNet LA television broadcasts all weekend will also be simulcast on over-the-air KTLA, as the final three games against the Rockies were last weekend, Scully’s final games at Dodger Stadium.
"We wanted to make sure that all of Vin’s fans are able to share in his final Dodger broadcast of an incredible 67-year Hall of Fame career," said Dodgers chief marketing officer Lon Rosen in a press release. "We want to thank our partner, IHeart Media, Charley Steiner, Rick Monday and Vin for making this possible for all our viewers and listeners."
The Giants are also simulcasting part of Scully’s call, sharing the third inning on both radio (KNBR 680) and television (CSN Bay Area) on Sunday.