Vin Scully isn't ready to hang up his microphone yet.

During Tuesday night's Dodgers-Braves game in Los Angeles, the Dodgers came up with a clever way of revealing the legendary announcer will return for a 66th season calling games. It involves a few members of the team and a rollicking standing ovation from the crowd.

Just watch for yourself and wish you could have this kind of job security in your own life:

And just because Scully is such a legend here's a clip of his memorable call of Kirk Gibson's home run in the 1988 World Series: