Harry Caray's Restaurant & Bar ~ Iconic Neon Sign. Chicago.

Harry Caray's Restaurant, Chicago, Illinois, USA Harry Caray was a famous Chicago baseball announcer.

Harry Caray the voice of baseball (March 1, 1914 – February 18, 1998), was an American baseball broadcaster on radio and television. He covered Major League Baseball teams.

Harry Caray the voice of baseball (March 1 1914 February 18 was an American baseball broadcaster on radio and television. He covered Major League Baseball teams.

Harry Caray's restaurant. 33 W Kinzie Street. Chicago, IL - I'm not sure if there's more than one Harry Caray restaurant in Chicago, but I had lunch there - wherever it was!

33 W Kinzie Street. Chicago, IL - I'm not sure if there's more than one Harry Caray restaurant in Chicago, but I had lunch there - wherever it was!

Harry Caray's Italian Steakhouse

Harry Caray's Italian Steakhouse

Harry Caray and Jack Buck: great partners in St. Louis!

Harry Caray and Jack Buck sitting in the backyard on lawn chairs listening to Cardinal Baseball

Harry Caray - the voice behind the games - great childhood memories.

One of the funniest audio clips I have ever heard of 2 great Chicago Cubs broadcasters, Harry Caray and Ron Santo. Harry asks Ron about his hairpiece.

Harry Carey - Ahh Harry, you deserve your own board. Born Harry Christopher Carabina on March 1, 1914, Harry didn't miss an opening day pitch for 41 years. Harry, you were the best there ever was. This Bud's for you..................

Video: Ryan Dempster and Derek Holland as Dueling Harry Carays

Video: Ryan Dempster and Derek Holland as Dueling Harry Carays — Two Texas starting pitchers give their best Harry Caray impressions at the MLB Fan Cave.

This cake will blow your mind outta the ballpark! Holy Cow Cake recipe and a wonderful story with the recipe..

Thats what your mouth will say when you take a bite of this moist and delicious chocolate cake! This recipe is a traditional birthday cake recipe for my family. Many thanks to Anne Byrn author of The Cake Mix Doctor.

President Ronald Reagan in the press box with Harry Caray during a Chicago Cubs and Pittsburgh Pirates baseball game at Wrigley Field in Chicago. 9/30/88.

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Harry Caray's call of the Sandberg game vs Cards

Louis June 1984 in front of a national TV audience on the game of the week. Two Homers by Sandberg keeps them in the game with the eventual Cubs victory. Harry Caray on the play by play.

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