The tributes for the late Vin Scully will continue on all day Wednesday — TMZ Sports has learned the MLB is asking all of its teams to participate in league-wide moments of silence throughout its afternoon and evening slate of games.
Our MLB sources say the moments of remembrance for Vin — who sadly died on Tuesday at 94 years old — will take place prior to every contest played on Wednesday.
The first is expected to happen in just a few minutes, before the Blue Jays take on the Rays in Florida. The last, fittingly, is scheduled to go down just prior to when the Dodgers play the Giants at around 6:45 PM PT in San Francisco.
Of course, the tributes almost certainly won’t stop there — because people have been paying homage to the legendary sports broadcaster since news of his death broke on Tuesday evening.
Dodgers fans made a makeshift memorial for Scully at Dodger Stadium — and athletes and celebs all over have remembered the iconic storyteller on their social media pages.
Scully began calling games in 1950 — and didn’t stop until he retired in 2016. He’s regarded as perhaps the greatest baseball broadcaster ever.
MLB To Honor Vin Scully With League-Wide Moments Of Silence