Campbell, who has regular-Joe features, had called games for the old NBA Philadelphia Warriors, the Eagles and the Phillies. He gushed when the home teams did well and agonized when they failed, which was often. The new guy, Kalas, was a pretty-boy, sandy-haired Midwesterner who was imported from the Houston Astros airwaves. His perspective was a bit more, well, detached. And it's safe to say, as in some other working-class, old-school cities, that newcomers can find the reception cool in Philadelphia -- and so it was for Kalas initially.