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Dodgers surprise fans with ceremonial first pitch

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Legendary Los Angeles Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully was asked to throw out the ceremonial 1st pitch of Game 2 of the World Series. The Dodgers host the Houston Astros at Dodger Stadium with a 1-0 lead.

Scully was the Dodgers broadcaster for 67-years. He goes back with the team when they were the Brooklyn Dodgers before they relocated to Los Angeles.

Vin Scully (Getty Images)

Vin Scully (Getty Images)

Throughout his career, Scully rarely missed a game. The Dodgers fans were happy to see him.

You had to know something was up when he came out with a microphone and a baseball in each hand. As he was going for the wind up, he then stopped.

He faked like he suffered a rotator cuff injury. He then made the call to the dugout.

Receiving the call was Dodgers legend Fernando Valenzuela. He’s now a part of the Spanish broadcast team — and threw out the ceremonial first pitch.

Catching the Valenzuela pitch was Steve Yeager, who spent 14-years as a Dodgers catcher.

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