4/13 Opening notes

There was a moment of silence before Monday’s Cubs-Rockies game in honor of Angels pitcher Nick Adenhart and Phillies broadcaster Harry Kalas. Kalas died Monday prior to the Phillies game against the Nationals. WGN Radio’s Pat Hughes was saddened at Kalas’ passing.

“I just loved the guy,” Hughes said. “He was somebody I admired as a young man growing up trying to get into the business. I was struck by his voice and how clear and strong it was. Then I realized beyond that, he was really a great announcer. He knew what he was talking about.

“He could build the drama in a game,” Hughes said. “I loved his call of Mike Schmidt’s 500th home run. I loved hearing him do the voiceovers on NFL Films. It was a voice I never got tired of hearing. Everytime I heard it, it sounded fresh and vibrant and good.”

* Rick Sutcliffe threw out the ceremonial first pitch to his former catcher, Jody Davis, who is now a Minor League instructor for the Cubs.

* Milton Bradley, sidelined with a strained right groin, did not take part in the player introductions for the home opener.

— Carrie Muskat


Watching the game on WGN, “somebody” ran on the field when Brdley was annouced. Are you saying it wasn’t Milton?
If not, who was in disguise??

lol…dagroove…i was going to same the same thing…maybe it was the other #21 Sammy Sosa.

I was at the game and somebody definitely walked out when they announced Bradley. It looked like him from where I was sitting, especially since “he” walked out instead of running or jogging like everyone else.

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