"Someday the Chicago Cubs are going to be in the World Series" -Harry Caray, 1991

Harry Caray spent 16 years giving voice to the hopes and dreams of Chicago Cubs fans. Those dreams were dashed, more often than not, but the unmistakable exuberance and energy of Caray's color commentary made it a lot easier for fans to take. Caray spent decades calling games, turning each inning into a new chance for glory and getting generations hooked on the beauty of America's pastime. Caray is never far from a Cubs fan's heart. Now on the 100th anniversary of his birth, we look back at his life, legend, and legacy.

Harry Caray leads "Take Me Out to the Ballgame"

"Harry Caray’s unique style and outspoken personality resulted in a rare broadcast distinction. He had a close association with three major league teams — the St. Louis Cardinals, the Chicago White Sox and the Chicago Cubs." Read more at the Radio Hall of Fame

Bob Costas interviews Harry Caray to talk about Caray's life and Hall of Fame broadcasting career.

“The taxi driver, the bartender, the waitress, the man in the street, those are my people,”1 Harry Caray once said. Caray was a larger-than-life figure who loved the game and broadcast it with enthusiasm. He was respected by colleagues for his play-by-play ability but unlike many sportscasters, he never hesitated to editorialize. Read more from the Society for American Baseball Research

Harry Caray in 1991: "Someday the Chicago Cubs are going to be in the World Series"