LA — The legendary voice of the Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers, Vin Scully, passed away on Tuesday night. His broadcasts were a staple of summer for 67 years. He was 94.

Dodgers president and CEO Stan Kasten released a statement saying, "We have lost an icon." "A terrific voice in sports, Vin Scully was one of the best.

Humans were his passion. As a whole, he was an enthusiastic individual. In particular, he was a huge Dodgers and baseball fan. Also, he had a soft spot in his heart for his relatives.

To be with Sandi, the love of his life, I'm sure was something he was eagerly anticipating. We pray for his loved ones as they go through this tragic moment. We'll miss Vin terribly."

According to the team, which communicated with Scully's family members, Scully passed away in the comfort of his home in the Hidden Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles.

Scully was the announcer in the history of professional sports who worked for a single team for the longest amount of time. He was there for everything and saw everything.

He then moved on to the 1960s, during the time of Don Drysdale and Sandy Koufax, the 1970s, during the time of Steve Garvey and Don Sutton, and the 1980s, during the time of Orel .

In the 1990s, it was Mike Piazza and Hideo Nomo, and in the 21st century, it was Clayton Kershaw, Manny Ramirez, and Yasiel Puig. In the 1990s, it was Hideo Nomo and Mike Piazza.