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September 1, 2014
Harry marked Phillies highs and lows, with his magical voice and his knowledge. Never saying NO to any fan of his or the team. Made him the most loved man in Phillies' history ! April 13, 2009 became the darkest day in team history. A very happy piece of history happened today 1 Sep 2014!

He was there When Veterans Stadium opened and helped in closing it down, He also led the opening ceremonies for Citizens' Bank Park.
2 World Series Championships in 1980 and 2008. We lost our voice said Phillies Preaident David Montgomery and it's more painful on a day like today
But it wasn't quite as wonderful without Harry ! Hope you loved it Harry !! Outta Here !!!
April 29, 2014
I WILL MISS HARRY KALAS CALLING THE GAMES WHEN THE GAMES WOULD BE ON FOX 29 I WOULD LOWWER THE TV & LISTEN TO HARRY'S CALLS

SCOTT BERGERON CAMDEN DE
May 10, 2013
HARRY KALAS
1936-2009
LOVING HUSBAND
LOVING FATHER
FRIEND TO ALL
October 25, 2012
Just had to say that I'd give anything to have Harry back in the booth. It was such a pleasure to listen to him. He didnn't chatter all the time but told you what you needed to know and then let the game go on. RIP, Harry.
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