Scully to broadcast game from Fenway

Scully to broadcast game from Fenway

LOS ANGELES -- Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully will make the trip to Boston for the Dodgers' upcoming Interleague series with the Red Sox and call the June 18 game at Fenway Park.

Scully generally does not handle regular-season road games east of Denver, but is making the exception for the opener of the series. He made the 2004 trip to Boston and, in addition to broadcasting the games, threw out a ceremonial first pitch.

The game, with a 4:10 p.m. PT start time, will be televised on Prime Ticket and broadcast on flagship radio station KABC 790 AM. Scully calls the entire televised version, with the first three innings simulcast on radio.

Games Saturday and Sunday will be televised nationally on FOX and ESPN, respectively.

Scully is in his 61st season broadcasting the Dodgers. He was honored by the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1982.