The broadcasting icon - and one of the most imitated voices and styles to this day - would have been 96 years old, making his birth date March 1, 1914.
Harry called Cubs games from 1982 until his death in 1997 and his legend spread as nearly all the team's games were carried on superstation WGN in cable systems nationwide.
Before arriving at Wrigley Field, Caray broadcast the Southside White Sox for 11 years after a season in Oakland and 25 years in St. Louis. It was in St. Louis where he became famous as a Cardinals announcer and - going way back to World War II - a voice of the old St. Louis Browns.
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