- Watch this March 1
Always lively, often inflammatory, never boring: Harry Caray would have been 100 years old today. The legendary baseball broadcaster died on February 18, 1998, but his legacy lives on, both through Will Ferrell-inspired impersonations and of course, his eponymous restaurants.
Caray announced the first night game at Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs, on "8/8/88."
In the booth to help him usher baseball into that new era?
"This Bud's for you, Bill Murray," Caray said to the actor as they bantered back and forth. Of course. Watch the full interview below. --Sarah Eberspacher
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