Vin Scully is not the only beloved Dodgers Hall of Fame announcer planning on returning next season.
The Dodgers announced Friday that Jaime Jarrin would be back for a 55th season next year as the team’s lead Spanish-language broadcaster. Jarrin agreed to a three-year contract extension.
Jarrin is the second-longest tenured broadcaster in Major League Baseball, trailing only Scully, who announced Sunday he would return next year for his 64th consecutive season.
A native of Ecuador, Jarrin began broadcasting Dodgers games in 1959, the year the Dodgers won their first World Series in Los Angeles.