The Chicago Cubs are an American professional baseball team based in Chicago.- Chicago Cubs
WGN-TV (channel 9) is an independent television station in Chicago, Illinois, United States.- WGN-TV
After a year working for the Oakland Athletics and 11 years with the Chicago White Sox, Caray spent the last 16 years of his career as the announcer for the Chicago Cubs.- Harry Caray
WGN-TV also became more reliant on sports programming, led by its broadcasts of Chicago Cubs baseball games as well as other regional collegiate and professional teams.- WGN-TV
In contrast to the "SportsVision" concept, the Cubs' own television outlet, WGN-TV, had become among the first of the cable television superstations, offering their programming to providers across the United States for free, and Caray became as famous nationwide as he had long been on the South Side and, previously, in St. Louis.- Harry Caray
At the top of the order, Dernier and Sandberg were exciting, aptly coined "the Daily Double" by Harry Caray.- Chicago Cubs
Caray's funeral was held on February 27, 1998, at Holy Name Cathedral in Chicago.- Harry Caray
A number of statues also honor recent local heroes such as Michael Jordan (by Amrany and Rotblatt-Amrany), Stan Mikita, and Bobby Hull outside of the United Center; Harry Caray (by Amrany and Cella) outside Wrigley field, Jack Brickhouse (by McKenna) next to the WGN studios, and Irv Kupcinet at the Wabash Avenue Bridge.- Chicago
Harry Caray- WGN-TV
WGN-TV had a long-term association with the team, having aired Cubs games via its WGN Sports department from its establishment in 1948, through the 2019 season.- Chicago Cubs
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The Chicago White Sox are an American professional baseball team based in Chicago.
The White Sox are one of two MLB teams based in Chicago, the other being the Chicago Cubs of the National League (NL) Central division.
After Elson's retirement in 1970, Harry Caray began his tenure as the voice of the White Sox, on radio and on television.
White Sox games appeared sporadically on television throughout the first half of the 20th century, most commonly announced by Jack Brickhouse on WGN-TV (channel 9).