Scully speaks at a dedication ceremony unveiling a street sign of his namesake at the entrance to Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles on April 11.
During what looks like a photo shoot ahead of what will be his final home opener on Tuesday, the living legend told the folks gathered around a story about starting pitcher Carl Erskine in 1952. Watch courtesy SportsNetLA:
That game was played on June 19 at Ebbets Field against the Chicago Cubs when the Dodgers were still in Brooklyn. Erskine nearly threw a perfect game but issued one free pass.
Want to hear Vin Scully tell an amazing story about calling a no-hitter back in the '50s? Of course you do. ⚾🎙 pic.twitter.com/F0W3jXYVHM