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Holy Cow!❴PDF / Epub❵ ☀ Holy Cow! Author Harry Caray – Varanus.us At last the autobiography of one of baseball s legendary figures Harry Caray, announcer for the Chicago Cubs Covers everything from growing up in St Louis, getting fired by the Cardinals after over y At last the autobiography of one of baseball s legendary figures Harry Caray, announcer for the Chicago Cubs Covers everything from growing up in St Louis, getting fired by the Cardinals after overyears, to the eccentrics and baseball greats of the pastyears.

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  • Hardcover
  • 246 pages
  • Holy Cow!
  • Harry Caray
  • English
  • 04 September 2019
  • 0394574184

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  1. says:

    Even though I was never able to listen to Harry Caray in person because he was before my time he is still a cubs legend and and I respect him His book however is what I expected mosstly average but with some good points throughout.


  2. says:

    I have finished this book really enjoyed it Harry was a huge character that is dearly missed in baseball


  3. says:

    Fun read on this American sports legend.


  4. says:

    If you re a baseball fan who remembers Harry Caray broadcasting games on WGN, this is a fun book.


  5. says:

    I am amazed by how many young people don t remember Harry Caray He is best remembered by me as the Chicago Cubs blowhard announcer in the 1980s In this 1989 autobiography Harry tells of the days when he was a Cardinals announcer, an A s announcer, a White Sox announcer and finally a Cubs announcer Harry tells some great stories but he certainly had a huge ego Most of the stories focus on what a great announcer he was and how much the fans loved him From screaming Holy Cow to singing Take I am amazed by how many young people don t remember Harry Caray He is best remembered by me as the Chicago Cubs blowhard announcer in the 1980s In this 1989 autobiography Harry tells of the days when he was a Cardinals announcer, an A s announcer, a White Sox announcer and finally a Cubs announcer Harry tells some great stories but he certainly had a huge ego Most of the stories focus on what a great announcer he was and how much the fans loved him From screaming Holy Cow to singing Take Me Out to the Ballgame to his connection and love for Budweiser Harry gives a slanted view on Harry I always thought he was way overrated as a TV announcer but my grandfather was a Cub fan and when he died I got his Harry Caray book Figured it was time to give it a read I am sure Cub fans miss him


  6. says:

    I knew that I was in trouble in the opening chapter when the author gets the date of his life changing event a stroke wrong Sanitzed autobiography that really just glosses over much of Caray s life and career In retrospect, this book was likely written to capitialize on similar books John Madden comes to mind that were popular at the time.


  7. says:

    Fun to read the life story of Harry Caray The book was written in 1989 and covers his entire career up to that point There probably aren t too many secrets in this book that any real knowledgeable fan wouldn t already know, but it is fun to read and you do get some insights into what made Harry be Harry.


  8. says:

    The book mostly tracked the career of Harry Caray through the eyes of the self confident drunk himself A lot of name dropping that may spark favorable memories in fans, especially older ones Not a great read but for true fans of Harry.


  9. says:

    exactly what I expected I loved watching Hary Carry when we got cable I could watch Cubs day games on WGN This was a great history of baseball thru his eyes I always think of him as a Cubs fan so it was surprising how many teams he announced for including the Cardinals, A s, White Sox exactly what I expected I loved watching Hary Carry when we got cable I could watch Cubs day games on WGN This was a great history of baseball thru his eyes I always think of him as a Cubs fan so it was surprising how many teams he announced for including the Cardinals, A s, White Sox


  10. says:

    This is about what I would expect from Harry Caray very self serving and overblown However, if you like baseball history, it is worth it to read about some of the things that he witnessed over his career.

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