Vin Scully is in his 66th year as the voice of the Dodgers.
But the 87-year-old hasn't made a decision about Year No. 67.
According to the Los Angeles Times, this point in the season is usually the time when the Hall of Fame broadcaster makes his decision about the following season.
But Scully always considers three things before coming to a decision: his health, his effectiveness as a broadcaster, and the opinions of his wife Sandra and the Dodgers organization.
But he told the Times that he does not want to commit too soon.
Scully joined the Brooklyn Dodgers broadcast team in 1950 at the age of 23. In 1958, he joined the franchise in their move to the West Coast. He received the Ford C. Frick award from the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1982.