I've lived in LA my entire life, and Vin has been the Dodgers broadcaster the entire time.
He is just amazing, Dodger games are not going to be the same without him, how lucky we have been all of these years.
LA times and local TV and radio have of course been running many stories on him, his greatest calls, Koufax perfect game, Gibson home run, Aaron breaking Ruth's record. When you read or hear them now, its hard to believe he did it all off the top of his head, and wasn't reading a script. All in his understated way, knowing when to be silent and let crowd noise tell the story.
The other great thing about Vin is the stories he tells, weaving them in with the game. He does it so well sometimes it seems like the game times itself around Vin's stories.