WASHINGTON – It is hard to walk into the Phillies' clubhouse at Nationals Park without thinking of Harry Kalas. It is where most of the Phillies' traveling party got the news in April of 2009 that the club's beloved broadcaster had collapsed in the press box before a game, and it was from behind its closed doors that club president David Montgomery later emerged to tell reporters, "We lost our voice today."This is not that, obviously. It is brought up not as a comparison, but instead as part sign of affection and part milepost on a continuum. And so, in the silence that was the Phillies' pregame clubhouse on Tuesday, the day the team traded away Shane Victorino, it was hard not to listen really closely and maybe close your eyes for a second and hear Kalas stretch out those five syllables for a splendid eternity. Five syllables: "Fly-in' Ha-wai-ian."