Just as Larry Andersen said it during the broadcast yesterday.
It's still surreal of what happened yesterday afternoon. It's hard to fathom. And as previously mentioned, the game didn't matter.
But, for Harry Kalas the Phils pulled out a 9-8 victory over the Nationals to go to 4-3 on the year. It was an ugly game with both starting pitchers (Jamie Moyer for the Phils) not doing great. The Nationals made a lot of errors and Brad Lidge made it scary at the end, letting up a two-run home run to put the Phils lead from three to one.
Yet, in the end, the Phillies won the game and we all know Harry The K was watching from above with Whitey and enjoying the win.
Posts about how the Phillies will pay tribute to Harry will come later. I'm sure that whatever is done will honor him to the fullest extent. He earned it and deserves it.