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February 10, 2012
Dam good announcer. thanks
February 1, 2012
I remember meeting Allan Musser
in 7th grade at Pacific Beach Jr. High
in San Diego, California in 1974,
and us talking about Philadelphia sports,
the Tastycake sign on the highway near Veterans Stadium. As a lifelong Phillies fan, memories of listening to Andy Musser, Harry Kalas, and Richie Ashburn
while growing up, in college in Boston
on WCAU which carried a signal to New England, are memories I have always cherished.
January 29, 2012
What wonderful memories. Andy and sports broadcasting. I always tuned in on his broadcast,there was something fammiliar and pleasant about his voice. Member of class of 57
January 29, 2012
Greatful for Andy`s dignity and class, humour and accruacy whenever
he broadcast. He was the core of the most memoriable games that
i was privilaged to. GOD bless his familay, and many many fans.
Ed Keith, (Formerly of NJ, now NC.)
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