Vin Scully to call beginning, end of Dodgers games on radio in playoffs

Richard Mackson-USA TODAY Sports

Vin Scully, who recently announced that he'll return to the booth in 2014, will call six innings of each Dodgers playoff game on the radio.

Legendary Los Angeles Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully will call the beginning and ending of all Dodgers playoff games aired on the Dodgers Radio Network, the team announced on Monday (via True Blue LA's Eric Stephen).

Scully is scheduled to perform play-by-play duties during innings one through three and again from the seventh through ninth frames. Charley Steiner and Rick Monday will broadcast the middle three innings.

Scully had the same arrangement in 2009, the last season in which the Dodgers appeared in the postseason. The 85-year-old native of New York City recently announced his intention to return to the booth for a record 65th season.

The Dodgers clinched the NL West last Thursday.

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