Los Angeles Dodgers Hall of Fame broadcaster Jaime Jarrín to retire after 2022 season

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LOS ANGELES — Corridor of Fame broadcaster Jaime Jarrín will retire as the Los Angeles Dodgers’ Spanish-language announcer adhering to the 2022 year, ending a 64-yr run with the staff.

Jarrín declared his decision on Tuesday, stating he desires to shell out far more time with his two sons and grandchildren as very well as vacation. He turns 86 in December. Jarrín’s son, Jorge, retired in February, ending the very first father-son duo to broadcast baseball on MLB Spanish-language radio.

The elder Jarrín commenced contacting Dodgers games in 1959 and was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1998, getting to be just the second Spanish-language announcer to acquire the honor.

Dodger Corridor of Fame broadcaster Jaime Jarrín right now introduced that he will retire next the 2022 period, which will be his 64th season with the corporation. pic.twitter.com/PHthb3BzD9

— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) September 28, 2021

“I am grateful to the Dodgers, the greatest group in baseball, for offering me the option to do what I enjoy most for 64 years,” Jarrín stated.

He has termed a few ideal games (Sandy Koufax in 1965, Tom Browning in 1988 and Dennis Martinez in 1991), 22 no-hitters, 30 Entire world Collection and 30 All-Star video games during his profession.

“Jaime was integral in introducing the Dodgers to Los Angeles and in offering a voice to the franchise’s Latino stars,” group president and CEO Stan Kasten reported.

“We’re heading to cherish this previous 12 months with him on the broadcast and wish him the very best in retirement.”

Programs to honor Jarrín throughout the 2022 year will be announced later.