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Harry Kalas called Phillies games on the radio and television broadcasts from 1971 until his passing in 2009.

The Philadelphia Phillies Radio Network is a network of 21 radio stations in Pennsylvania, Delaware, and New Jersey that air Major League Baseball games of the Philadelphia Phillies.[1] The lead announcers are Scott Franzke with play-by-play and Larry Andersen with color commentary.[2] The flagship station is WPHT 1210 AM in Philadelphia.

WUBA-AM in Philadelphia also airs a separate broadcast in Spanish. Danny Martinez is the play by play announcer, while Bill Kulik and Juan F. Ramos provide color commentary.[3]





Italics Flagship station
§ Spanish language broadcast
° Limited schedule
Call sign Indicates the North American call sign system
FRQ Indicates the station's licensed frequency


Call sign City/state FRQ
WPHT-AM Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1210
WUBA-AM§ Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1480
WSAN-AM Allentown, Pennsylvania 1470
WMID-AM Atlantic City, New Jersey 1340
WHLM-AM Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania 930
WGET-AM Gettysburg, Pennsylvania 1320
WNPV-AM° Lansdale, Pennsylvania 1440
WLBR-AM Lebanon, Pennsylvania 1270
WBCB-AM° Levittown, Pennsylvania 1490
WBPZ-AM Lock Haven, Pennsylvania 1230
WPAZ-AM Pottstown, Pennsylvania 1370
WPPA-AM Pottsville, Pennsylvania 1360
WEEU-AM Reading, Pennsylvania 830
WEJL-AM Scranton, Pennsylvania 630
WYGL-AM Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania 1240
WCMC-AM Wildwood, New Jersey 1230
WBAX-AM Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania 1240
WRAK-AM Williamsport, Pennsylvania 1400
WDEL-AM Wilmington, Delaware 1150
WGLD-AM York, Pennsylvania 1440

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