What is your best memory of the late Phillies broadcaster Harry Kalas?
"In the World Series, 'The Phillies are our champs.' I'm glad he got to call the World Series."
"I loved the way he pronounced names. He gave everybody character on the baseball field."
"The last out of the  World Series since he didn't get to call the 1980 World Series victory. 'Lidge struck him out!'"
"His home run call was his signature. 'That ball is outta here.' I loved him."
As the clouds parted for the first time in days, the sun beamed down on Ashburn Alley and its red-clad soldiers. It all seemed very fitting as after a two-day rain-induced delay, Aug. 16 was a time to remember one of the greatest figures in Philadelphia sports history: Former Phillies broadcaster Harry Kalas.
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