The Dodgers' other World Series opponents were the White Sox (1959), Minnesota ('63), Baltimore ('66) and Oakland twice ('74, "88)".
The 89-year Scully, who retired in 2016 after 67 years on the job, told the L.A. Daily News that he "doesn't belong" in the booth for the World Series. Scully has appeared at a few Dodgers games as a fan - including in the postseason - but he tries to even avoid crossing the line with that. Scully retired previous year after 67 incredible seasons with the Dodgers, becoming one of the best known and loved broadcasters in sports.
Dodger fans want Vin Scully to come out of retirement to announce the World Series - and have launched petitions to help. That may change as early as Friday night, when the Yanks have the opportunity to seize the American League championship in Game 6.