Category:Harry Caray

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English: Harry Caray (Harry Christopher Carabina), 1914–1998: American radio and television baseball announcer; best known for coverage of the St. Louis Cardinals on KMOX (1945–1969), Chicago White Sox on WSNS-TV (1971–1981), and Chicago Cubs on WGN (AM) and WGN-TV (1982–1997). He was known for singing "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" during seventh-inning stretch, and for his use of the exclamation "Holy cow!"
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Harry Caray 
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American sportscaster
Wikipedia
Date of birth 1 March 1914
St. Louis
Date of death 18 February 1998
Rancho Mirage
Country of citizenship
Occupation
  • sports commentator
  • radio personality
Child
  • Skip Caray
Award received
  • Ford C. Frick Award
Authority control
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