Harry Kalas, the award winning longtime voice of the Philadelphia Phillies has passed away at the age of 73. He was preparing to broadcast today’s game against the Washington Nationals when he collapsed. Harry was with the Phillies organization since 1971 and has one of those voices that many broadcasters wished they had. In addition to the Phillies broadcasts, he had also announced NFL games for Westwood One. His voice led to work on various projects including NFL Films, Chunky Soup commercials and the Animal Planet’s “Puppy Bowl” among other things. To hear his voice last year when the Phillies were in the World Series over 50,000 watt WPHT 1210 was something really special. Little did I know that it would be the last time I would hear such a great set of pipes calling a baseball game that meant so much for “The City of Brotherly Love.”