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The Voice of the Phillies is silent

At right is a picture of me (wearing the Outsports cap) with Phillies broadcaster Harry Kalas, taken at the Phillies Phestival charity event in 2003. The impression I came away with from that brief...

RIP Ernie Harwell

We lost another great old guard sportscaster yesterday in Ernie Harwell. He called games for the Detroit Tigers on radio and TV for 42 years and has already been inducted into numerous Halls of...

Sports Broadcasting Loses Two Gentlemen

Harry Kalas and Merle Harmon, two longtime big-league broadcasters died this week. Kalas, the voice of the Philadelphia Phillies for almost 40 years was also the voice of NFL films after the...

Harry Kalas radio interview 2008

Harry Kalas 1 hour radio interview from before the 2008 season. Interesting anecdotes told in his own voice (when the host shut his mouth).

Phillies Breakfast Links: April 17, 2009

Philadelphia Phillies news from around the web for April 17, 2009.

Donovan McNabb comments on the passing of Harry Kalas

McNabb shares a personal experience he had with Harry when he first came to Philadelphia

Tuesday's Frosty Mug

Daily Milwaukee Brewer links

Phillies Breakfast Links: Harry Kalas Edition

Links to various tributes to legendary Phillies broadcaster Harry Kalas, who died April 13, 2009 at age 73.

Eagles Notes: Merrill on Kalas, small school talent, & the NFL schedule

Various notes of interest to Eagles fans

Kalas and Fidrych: Two of two kinds

Orioles fans remember both Harry Kalas and Mark Fidrych, who passed away on April 13.

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