The 92-year-old Scully retired in 2016 after an unforgettable career that saw him become one of the most beloved broadcasters in sports history. His 67-year run of calling games for the Dodgers is a record for any sportscaster with a single team.
The Dodgers shared an update from Scully himself in which he saluted the first responders who assisted him and those who are helping everyone during the coronavirus pandemic.
"I'm so grateful to be home," he said. "And I also would like to thank all of you for your good wishes and prayers after I had my head-first sliding accident. In case you care, I was called out."
This update comes after the Dodgers announced Scully was "resting comfortably" in the hospital after he fell in his home.
The iconic broadcaster became a Los Angeles staple during his career, inspiring images of Dodger Stadium on pleasant summer evenings with his immediately recognizable and distinct voice. He retired in 2016 after 67 years in the booth for Dodgers games, which was the longest any single broadcaster worked for one team.
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