Harry Kalas delivers a speech to reflect on 9/11 from Veterans Stadium on 9/17/2011 before the Phillies vs. Braves. It was the first game played after the tragedy. 9/9/2011
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On the cradle of liberty Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. And we have closure. Know that heinous acts of terrorism last Tuesday will be worthless. For as long as we always show live. We have -- a greater respect and love. The men and women of our fire departments. Or programs our -- our emergency rescue squads. We are all Americans we are proud to be Americans. We was never resort to that thinking and creative. Tuesday's exit those. It would form of Paper. We as individuals. You as a nation must never made. More than ever before we must stand together. And lived by his words. -- -- Your Veterans Stadium to -- various. Various displays of nationalism and patriotism. It's always remind. And above all else. Love one another. For a yes baseball will go on it won't be Hussein could be a long time before it's insane. But sports is always been diversion. From our everyday problems. In this case from a national tragedy. Our thoughts and prayers and our hearts go out to the families. And -- hands of the victims. -- -- -- -- Yes. No more united. Probably now. We won't need it more than. Any time that I can ever recall.