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1950-2016
Our Sixty-Sixth Year
The Oldest Continuously-Active Contest in Sport

A Walk-off Send-off on Vin Scully Day

Dodgers 2B Charlie Culbertson homers in last of 10th
to beat Rockies, 4-3, in LA; Dodgers clinch N.L. West
as Vin Scully’s final call ends 67-year run with joy

Vin Scully started broadcasting Dodgers games in 1950 in Brooklyn. Dodgers fans, players, and the city of Los Angeles celebrated Vin Scully Day at Dodger Stadium yesterday, September 25. As the game went into extra innings, Scully said to the audience, “you don’t have anything better to do – why don’t you have a seat and watch some baseball?”
Scully, 88, who called Kirk Gibson’s dramatic walk-off home run off Dennis Eckersley in the 1988 World Series, yesterday called Dodger 2B Charlie Culbertson’s walk-off home run to beat the Rockies, 4-3 in the bottom of the 10th Inning Sunday, clinching the NL West Division title, in his final call. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)

2016  Weekly Contest Winners
Week Ending Member Average
9/25 Catherine White 330
9/18 Stephen Klein 319
9/11 Ed Davidson 346
9/04 Catherine White 341
8/28 Addie Davidson 399
8/21 Jake Hinnebusch 345
8/14 Richard Sanderson 361
8/7 Robert Mills 359
7/31 Joel Crowell 329
7/24 James Rohde 385
7/17 Cayden Glidden 367
7/10 Fritz Whiltman 334
7/3 David Dearborn 380
6/26 John Glidden 364
6/19 Ed Davidson 358
6/12 Shawn Tesoro 342
6/05 Chris Connaly 319
5/29 Alex Sugar 369
5/22 James Wiltman 336
5/15 David Rohde 374

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