LOS ANGELES -- The Los Angeles Dodgers clinched their fourth straight NL West title, winning the crown in Vin Scully's final home game when Charlie Culberson homered with two outs in the 10th inning to beat the Colorado Rockies 4-3 Sunday.
Culberson's first homer of the season and just sixth of his career landed in the lower left-field seats, touching off wild cheers and a raucous celebration at home plate. The Dodgers charged out of their dugout and surrounded Culberson, jumping up and down. They donned championship T-shirts and hats from carts wheeled on the field.
The Dodgers took off their caps, turned toward Scully's broadcasting booth and held them in a salute to the 88-year-old Hall of Famer, who has just three games at San Francisco next weekend before ending his 67-year career.
Under first-year manager Dave Roberts, the Dodgers became the first NL West team to win four straight division titles.
Scully began with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1950 and is the longest tenured broadcaster with a single team in professional sports. He was nattily attired in his usual long-sleeved shirt and tie despite the 95-degree heat.
Joe Blanton (7-2) pitched the 10th to get the victory.
Boone Logan (2-5) took the loss in relief.
The Dodgers provided plenty of drama for Scully to describe.
Seager's triple rolled into the right-field corner, tying the game 2-all and chasing Rockies starter Tyler Anderson.
The Dodgers trailed 2-1 after Yasiel Puig's sacrifice fly in the third.
Brandon McCarthy came off the disabled list (right hip stiffness) earlier in the day to make his first start for the Dodgers since Aug. 13. He replaced Rich Hill, who skipped his scheduled start for precautionary reasons because of a recurrence of blisters on the index finger of his left pitching hand.
McCarthy gave up two runs and four hits in 5 1/3 innings, struck out six and walked one. He hasn't won since July 9 against San Diego.
Anderson allowed two runs and 10 hits in 6 1/3 innings. The left-hander struck out one and walked two.
Several Dodgers tipped their helmets or saluted toward Scully in his booth before stepping into the box for their first at-bats.
Some of Scully's grandchildren popped into the booth between innings, sharing hugs and kisses before he put his headset back on. Fans chanted "VIN! VIN! VIN!" between innings when video tributes to him were aired. A sheepish Scully covered his face with his hands, having said earlier that all the attention was embarrassing.
Scully's final three games will be next weekend at San Francisco. He won't do the three-game series in San Diego starting Tuesday, having long ago reduced his travel.
There was a moment of silence for Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez before the game. He was killed in a boating accident early Sunday in Miami. Fellow Cuban Yasiel Puig used pieces of white athletic tape to secure Fernandez's jersey to the wall of the Dodgers dugout. The flags in center field were lowered to half-staff.
The announced attendance of 51,962 brought the Dodgers' season total to 3,703,312, their fourth consecutive year leading the major leagues.
Rockies: They're off Monday before opening a three-game series at San Francisco. RHP German Marquez (1-0, 3.48 ERA) makes his first major league start on the road, where he has a 6.23 ERA. He has yet to allow a homer.
Dodgers: After an off-day Monday, RHP Jose De Leon (2-0, 5.52) starts the series opener at San Diego. He beat the Padres 7-4 in his major league debut on Sept. 4, allowing four runs (three earned) and five hits in six innings. He had nine strikeouts and no walks.