Jan 24, 2012, 9:50 AM EDT
Longtime Phillies broadcaster Andy Musser died on Sunday. He was 74.
While non-Phillies fans always think — and almost exclusively think — of Harry Kalas or Richie Ashburn when they think of Phillies broadcasters, Musser was no less of a fixture in the booth, helping call all but two games during his 26-year tenure.
Ray Didinger has a remembrance of Musser over at CSNPhilly.com.
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