Dodgers announcer Vin Scully returning for a 67th season

Baseball Vin Scully, the iconic voice of the Los Angeles Dodgers, will return to the booth for a 67th season in 2016, the team announced Friday.The announcement was made in the middle of the second inning of the Dodgers' matchup against the Cubs with a video presentation featuring Magic Johnson and Jimmy Kimmel holding cue cards with the news. MORE: Classic photos of Vin Scully | Dodgers place Yasiel Puig on DL "I talked it over with my wife, Sandi, and my family and we’ve decided to do it again in 2016," Scully said, via True Blue LA. "There’s no place like home and Dodger Stadium and we look forward to being a part of it with all of our friends."Scully joined the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1950 at the age of 22 and became the youngest to broadcast a World Series game in 1953 at age 25.Scully, 87, has trimmed his schedule in recent yeats, calling only Dodgers home games and road games in San Francisco thi

s season. During his career, he’s called 25 World Series, 12 All-Star Games, three perfect games and 20 no-hitters."Vin makes every broadcast special and generation after generation of Dodger fans have been blessed to be able to listen to him create his poetic magic since 1950,” Dodgers president and CEO Stan Kasten said. “We look forward to adding many new chapters to that legacy in 2016."