It's a pretty awesome and selfless gesture from the children ... because at 92, Scully could be affected gravely if he were to be exposed to the coronavirus.
But, Scully says he's all healthy and good right now ... and says social distancing and self-quarantining are ensuring that stays the case.
"We’re trying very hard to follow the rules," Scully said. "And then the kids are scared that they're going to bring in something that will just blow me away. So it’s a very difficult time to go without hugs."
Scully -- who famously broadcast Dodgers games for more than 60 years -- says he misses baseball dearly during these times ... but says once mitts start popping again, we'll know we've beaten the virus.
"I hope and pray that baseball will start up," Scully says. "That will be so wonderful -- that will be a rainbow after the storm, that, yeah, things are going to get better.”