As a Cubs fan, it just warms my heart to hear, “Dave, it’s impossible not to be excited doing Chicago Cubs baseball, especially at Wrigley Field.” It warms my heart further, when those words are coming from the voice of Harry Caray.
Back on July 31, 1986, Harry Caray joined David Letterman on Late Night, for some lovely conversation. Among the highlights, Caray discusses working games hung over, his favorite baseball players to hangout with, and how he began leading the seventh inning stretch at Wrigley Field – a tradition followed to this day.
The interview is a healthy seven minutes long, so I’ll skip any further detail, so you can get right to it. Enjoy.