Want one last chance to appreciate a legend before he’s gone?

MLB Network will air Vin Scully’s final broadcast at Dodger Stadium on Sunday as the Dodgers host the Colorado Rockies.

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The network will simulcast SportsNet LA’s production of the game, including Scully’s commentary, to cities outside the Dodgers’ and Rockies’ home markets.

Scully, 88, is in his closing stretch as a broadcaster for the Dodgers, a role he has filled for the last 67 seasons. His final game will be the Dodgers’ regular-season finale on Oct. 2 in San Francisco.

Scully has received endless gestures of admiration and respect this year, telling reporters on a conference call Monday that his swan song isn’t really about him and that it’s been “a little embarrassing” to receive so much praise.

“First of all, I attribute it to one thing and one thing only: God’s grace to allow me to do what I’ve been doing for 67 years,” he said. “To me, that’s really the story. It’s not me. I’m just a vessel that was passed hand to hand down through all those years. So I don’t take it to heart as some great compliment.”