Cubs fans absolutely adorn Harry Caray’s gravesite after World Series win
The only somber aspect of the Cubs snapping their 108-year drought for the team’s long-suffering fan base is that not everyone was around to see it. So many faithful fans, legendary players and former employees have long since passed.
That includes beloved broadcaster Harry Caray, who died in 1998 at age 83. Well, he might be gone but he certainly isn’t forgotten. Cubs fans have made him a big part of the celebration:
Indeed, all we can say is: “Holy cow.”
Caray also was a well-known Budweiser man, and the big-time brewer also paid tribute to him with a touching new commercial.
Holy Cow pic.twitter.com/DmwTPJbMkD
— Mark Schlabach (@Mark_Schlabach) November 3, 2016