Celebrity News August 29, 2015 Dodgers Announcer Vin Scully Returns for 67th Season At 87 years old, legendary Dodgers announcer Vin Scully has decided to round the bases one last time, signing up to call the club's games in 2016. Jimmy Kimmel and Magic Johnson helped break the news last night on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" with a special video: Official in-stadium video announcing Vin Scully's return, featuring Magic Johnson and Jimmy Kimmel, via @MLB https://t.co/YM09xuPfoa @BillShaikin According to Variety, Scully said he'd talked it over with his wife, Sandi, and made the decision that he wanted to keep working. "There's no place like home ... and we look forward to being a part of it with all of our friends." Next year, Scully will tie Tommy Lasorda for most years affiliated with the Dodgers. [Cred: Tiffany Rose/WireImage/Getty Images] Scully was lauded by Dodgers president and CEO Stan Kasten as "a national treasure." Kasten went on to say, "Vin makes every broadcast special and generation after generation of Dodger fans have been blessed to be able to listen to him create his poetic magic since 1950." OFFICIAL: It'll be a very pleasant 2016. Vin Scully to return for his 67th season. pic.twitter.com/i2WrutItRO @Dodgers #JimmyKimmel #Sports #TrendingStories More Real or Fake? Jimmy Kimmel Addresses Dennis Quaid's Tirade Video Cara Delevingne, Jimmy Kimmel, & Other Stars Bash Walter Palmer for Killing Cecil the Lion Boob Tube: Miley Cyrus Wears Pasties, Makes Jimmy Kimmel Blush Sneak Peek! Jimmy Kimmel Crashes ‘Bachelor’ Chris’ Hot Date "If I Stay" star Chloe Grace Moretz made an appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" in Hollywood this week. Shia LaBeouf made his way to the "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" studio in Hollywood. "Rover" star Robert Pattinson stopped by "Jimmy Kimmel Live!"