A Voice Silenced: Longtime Phillies Broadcaster Harry Kalas Dies at 73

Jabber HeadSenior Analyst IApril 14, 2009

PHILADELPHIA - APRIL 05:  The Opening Day 2009 logo is painted on the field for the Philadelphia Phillies game against the Atlanta Braves on April 5, 2009 at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Today's game is the opening of the 2009 major league baseball season.  (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

Longtime Philadelphia Phillies broadcaster Harry Kalas died Monday at the age of 73 in Washington D.C. as he prepared for the Phillies-Nationals game at Nationals Park.

He is a voice most of us know from his voice-overs for NFL Films. However, Philly fans know him for so much more. He will be truly missed. Here are some of his great calls.

Rest in peace, Harry.

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