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Fans who purchase Los Angeles Dodgers tickets and attend Game 1 or 2 of the National League Division Series will receive an accompanying Vin Scully non-fungible token (NFT) of two of his most memorable calls.
Attending Game 1 between the Dodgers and San Diego Padres comes with an NFT of Scully calling Kirk Gibson’s walk-off home run against the Oakland Athletics in the 1988 World Series. Gibson’s heroics were recently voted the No. 1 moment in Dodger Stadium’s history.
As Gibson would later share, he was partially motivated to pinch-hit by Scully declaring him unavailable while doing the broadcast. That wound up being Gibson’s only appearance against the A’s due to injury.
Fans who attend Game 2 of the NLDS at Dodger Stadium will receive Scully calling Fernando Valenzuela’s no-hitter in an NFT form. Valenzuela accomplished the feat on June 29, 1990, fulfilling a prediction of sorts.
Get your very own Vin NFT. Come to NLDS Game 1 or 2 and own a piece of history with these Vin Scully collectable NFTs.
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Less than an hour before first pitch at Dodger Stadium, Athletics right-hander Dave Stewart completed a no-hitter against the Toronto Blue Jays. Valenzuela saw it on a TV in the clubhouse and wondered aloud if there’d be a second on the night.
He proceeded to no-hit the St. Louis Cardinals in a 6-0 victory. It marked the only time in baseball history two no-hitters were thrown on the same day. Valenzuela entered the outing having suffered a loss in three of his last six games.
Along with the NLDS, Dodgers tickets to potential NL Championship Series games are available for purchase as well. L.A. has home-field advantage through the World Series and could end up playing a total of 11 games during the 2022 MLB postseason.
The voice of the Dodgers has been celebrated on multiple occasions since passing away in August. The latest instance was on the final day of the regular season, when Justin Turner wore custom cleats that were dedicated to Scully.
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