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Vin Scully Not Traveling to Spring Training

Whether it’s the beginning of the end or just some extra R&R, Los Angeles Dodgers play-by-play announcer Vin Scully won’t be traveling with the team to Arizona for Spring Training.

Televised games will be handled by the duos of Steve Lyons and Eric Collins and Rick Monday and Charley Steiner from Camelback Ranch in Glendale, Ariz.

In the past, Scully has called the weekend Spring Training games from Camelback Ranch, but instead will remain home in Los Angeles.

He will make his 2012 debut on April 3 when the Dodgers host the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim at Dodger Stadium.

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Dodgers Make it Official and Sign Deal with KLAC

The Los Angeles Dodgers agreed to terms with Clear Channel Communications, which makes KLAC 570-AM the new broadcast home of the baseball organization from 2012-2014.

Tom Hoffarth of the Daily News first reported last month the Dodgers had agreed in principal to a multilyear deal with the sports talk station.

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Los Angeles Dodgers Moving to KLAC in 2012

The Los Angeles Dodgers will have a new radio home starting in 2012.

The organization has agreed in principal to a multiyear deal with KLAC 570-AM, leaving KABC AM-790 after three seasons, according to the Daily News. A person familiar with the matter confirmed the story with the newspaper but the source could not be identified since the deal has not been announced.

The Dodgers’ broadcasters (Vin Scully, Jaime Jarrin, Charley Steiner, Rick Monday, Pepe Yniguez, Fernando Valenzuela) are all under contract with the team and won’t be affected by the pending deal, which has to be approved by Major League Baseball.