Vin Scully was impressed with a young Dodgers fan’s top-rock moves and, of course, was far too classy to point that the boy needs to work some more on his helicopter. (Nick Ut/Associated Press)

Vin Scully has seen it all in his 65 years calling Dodgers games. Or so one might have thought, but it’s possible he hasn’t seen a young boy break-dance before.

Scully was in the midst of breaking down some pitching statistics when this happened:

Okay, not bad. But to Scully, this was big news. “Oh, wait a minute, never mind the numbers,” the legendary announcer said. “We’ve got something going here. More fun than the game right now … yessir! A star is born.”

Just like the consummate pro that Scully has been for decades, he recognized a bright spot in what turned into a dreary loss for Los Angeles and went with it.

One can only imagine what he would have made of this kid:

Des writes for the Early Lead and the D.C. Sports Bog, scouring the Web to bring readers items of interest, both serious and amusing. He also covers fantasy football, as well as fitness topics for the MisFits.