I grew up listening to Harry Caray call Cubs games on WGN, so this hits home. He was a Cubs fan and a Bud man. Holy Cow!

I grew up listening to Harry Caray call Cubs games on WGN, so this hits home. He was a Cubs fan and a Bud man. Holy Cow!

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Imagine if Harry Caray was still alive and able to call the final out of the World Series? Cubs fans, no need to imagine any longer. Budweiser created an epic video overnight that is bringing fans to tears. The company worked with the Caray family estate to get Harry's actual voice, in audio, and combine it with Game 7 footage of the Cubs big win, and the celebrations back in Chicago. So it's as if Harry was announcing the World Series win he always dreamed for.

Imagine if Harry Caray was still alive and able to call the final out of the World Series? Cubs fans, no need to imagine any longer. Budweiser created an epic video overnight that is bringing fans to tears. The company worked with the Caray family estate to get Harry's actual voice, in audio, and combine it with Game 7 footage of the Cubs big win, and the celebrations back in Chicago. So it's as if Harry was announcing the World Series win he always dreamed for.

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, 1998), was an American baseball broadcaster on radio and television. He covered Major League Baseball teams.

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