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Caray, Harry, with Bob Verdi and David Israel. Holy Cow! New York: Random House, 1989.

Newsmakers. Issue Compilation. Detroit: Gale Group, 1988.

Newsmakers, 1998. Detroit: Gale Group, 1998.

Stone, Steve, with Barry Rozner and Bob Costas. Where's Harry: Steve Stone Remembers His Years With Harry Caray. Taylor Publishing, 1999.

Wolfe, Rich, and George Castle. I Remember Harry Caray. Sports Publishing, Inc., 1999.


"Baseball loses Harry Caray/Broadcaster dies after suffering brain damage." Minneapolis Star Tribune (February 19, 1998): 08C.

Beaton, Ron. "Harry Caray—1920-1998: Baseball loses a legend Cubs announcer to be remember for his love of game." USA Today (February 19, 1998): 01C.

Caesar, Dan. "For grandson Chip, Harry's memory is a bittersweet legacy to carry." St. Louis Post-Dispatch (August 7, 1998): D3.

Clarke, Norm. "Talk of the town." Denver Rocky Mountain News (February 20, 1998): 6A.

Costas, Bob. "Notebook/Eulogy:Eulogy." Time (March 2, 1998): 25.

Eisenbath, Mike. "It might be: It could be, it is—Harry Caray!" St. Louis Post—Dispatch (May 12, 1994): 01D.

"Fans and friends and family say goodbye to Caray." Chicago Tribune (March 1, 1998): F10.

"Harry Caray, Death of a baseball legend: Caray larger than life." Atlanta Journal and Constitution (February 19, 1998): E03.

Lomartire, Paul. "Caray memories written in Stone." Palm Beach Post (May 12, 1999): 15C.

McGuire, John M. "Caray's resonant voice still has strong echo here." St. Louis Post-Dispatch (February 22, 1998): F3.

McGuire, John M. "In new book, people recall Harry Caray Fondly … and sometimes not so fondly." St. Louis Post-Dispatch (August 26, 1998): E1.

Moore, Terence. "Harry Caray, Death of a baseball legend: Caray larger than life." Atlanta Journal and Constitution (February 19, 1998): E03.

"One-of-a kind Caray was "life of baseball"." Denver Rocky Mountain News (February 19, 1998): 17C.

O'Neill, Dan. "Caray was what baseball sounded like." St. Louis Post-Dispatch (February 20, 1998): D1.

Rogers, Prentis. "Legacy to Caray on: Family trade: Chip Caray planned to be his grandfather's partner; instead he's his successor." Atlanta Journal and Constitution (March 31, 1998): E05.

"Sound off." St. Louis Post - Dispatch (February 28, 1998): 4.

Wulf, Steve. "Bonus Piece: As Harry Caray often says, "it might be.… it could be.…," Sports Illustrated (November 2, 1992): 74.


"Famed Sportscaster Harry Caray dies." Reuters (February 18, 1998).

Fisher, Janon. "Holy cow! Harry Caray got death threats." APBNews.com. http://www.apbnews.com/media/gfiles/caray/index.html (October 27, 2002).

"Harry Caray." National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame. http://www.niashf.org/inductees/caray_harry.html (October 27, 2002).

"In memory of the late Harry Caray." Harry Caray Virtual Memorial Web site. http://digitalsol.com/harrycaray/ (October 27, 2002).

Sciutto, Jim, Asha Blake. "Legendary sports announcer Harry Caray Dead at 77." ABC World News This Morning (February 19, 1998).

"U.S. Sportscaster Caray's condition still critical." Reuters (February 17, 1998).

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