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Around the majors, 4-21

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Ahh, gotcha. Didn't know that.


The Dodgers management announced in February 2006 that it had extended Scully's contract through the 2008 baseball season for about 3.0 million dollars per year. In recent years (more specifically, beginning around 2005), Scully has cut back his work schedule to approximately 110 games a year, with the first three innings via a radio and TV simulcast, and the remainder exclusively on TV. Scully normally does not work non-playoff games played east of Denver. Exceptions to this rule were the 2007 opening series in Milwaukee a series against the Chicago Cubsin 2007, and a series against the Boston Red Sox in 2010. He is not normally scheduled to announce Dodgers games (on either radio or TV) if ESPN is televising it for Sunday Night Baseball or ifFox-TV is showing it on a Saturday afternoon. Although Scully had talked of retiring after the 2009 season, he has continued announcing baseball games through 2012 and has returned for 2013, his 64th as the Dodgers broadcaster.

As of the 2012 season, Scully calls roughly 100 games per season (all home games and road games in California and Arizona)[11] for both flagship radio station KLAC and television outletsKCAL-TV and Prime Ticket. Scully is simulcast for the first three innings of each of his appearances, then announces the remaining innings only for the TV audience. If Scully is calling the game,Charley Steiner takes over play-by-play on radio beginning with the fourth inning, with Rick Monday as color commentator.[11] If Scully is not calling the game, Eric Collins and Steve Lyons call the entire game on television while Steiner and Monday do the same on radio.

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