Todd Kalas, Larry Anderson and Scott Franzke talk about the great Harry Kalas calling the 2008 World Series. Watch the video…
Sports fans throughout the Delaware Valley are mourning the loss of longtime Phillies’ announcer Andy Musser (second from left), who died Sunday at the age of 74 at his home in Wynnewood.
Chris analyzes the early missteps of Rick Perry’s Presidential Campaign and Verizon’s ad campaign against their striking workers. He also talks to Phillies Play-by-Play Announcer Tom McCarthy about the unveiling of the Harry Kalas Statue last night at Citizens Bank Park.
The game between the Washington Nationals and Philadelphia Phillies scheduled for Sunday has been postponed because of rain. It will be made up on September 20 as part of a split doubleheader.
The debut of the Harry Kalas statue at Citizens Bank Park will have to wait until Tuesday, because of Sunday’s rain.
The seven-and-a-half foot bronze statue of Harry Kalas leaning on a bat was commissioned not by the Phillies, but by fans who wanted a lasting tribute to “Harry the K.”
The seven-foot bronze likeness of the beloved announcer is being dedicated before a Phillies-Nationals game.
You can get a chance to step into the batter’s box at Citizens Bank Park, for a donation to the American Heart Association.
Happy April Fools Day. Chris welcomes mayoral candidate Milton Street into the Talk Radio 1210 studio. He gets ready for Phillies Opening Day with Beasley Reece, talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday and talks to Congressman Steve King about the lastest in the budget battle.
The Phillies have agreed to accept a bronze statue of beloved broadcaster Harry Kalas, created and funded by Phillies fans.
Phillies executives have taken a look at the fan-funded statue of Harry Kalas. Now, they’re deciding whether to accept it.
On Wednesday, the molten metal was poured into molds at a Chester forge and the first castings emerged a short time later.