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Harry Caray

15 Ratings: 2.7
Legendary baseball broadcaster who became synonymous with the Chicago Cubs. "Hey, hey!"

Harry Caray (b. Harry Christopher Carabina, (March 1, 1914, St. Louis, Missouri – d. February 18, 1998, Rancho Mirage, California) was an American radio and TV broadcaster for four Major League Baseball teams, beginning with a long tenure doing the games … see full wiki

1 review about Harry Caray

A Quick Tip by BaronSamedi3

  • Feb 4, 2012
I really don't get it. What was so special about this guy? He was instrumental in turning the Cubs, the team he's most closely associated with, into a fluffball team. He sang terrible off-key renditions of "Take Me Out to the Ballgame." That this guy was given his own statue at Wrigley Field before Ernie Banks is unjust and nonsensical - and I'm a White Sox fan!
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