24 years after the passing of legendary MLB broadcaster Harry Carey, he is back singing the songs he loved.
Second edition of MLB's Field of Dreams game — the Cubs beat the Reds his 4-2 on the field adjacent to the film set in Dyersville, Iowa — Released an ode to the league's most famous figure.
Midway through the 7th inning, the usual "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" echoed through the stadium. However, the song was guided by a hologram of the deceased Caray, who is credited with creating and popularizing the beloved anthem.
"Okay, let me hear it," a hologram blares. "Long time no see. One, two, three..."
Callei's memorable voice sang the song along with the welcoming crowd, cheering.
There were rumors of a Cary hologram appearing at some point leading up to the game, with mixed reactions.
"Tonight we see his 7th inning that could only happen with the magic of Field of Dreams" FOX's MLBwas teased on Twitter. A cloud resembling the face of a flatfish.
Currey spent that his iconic career with his five teams. With his five teams, including his 25 teams with the Cardinals, his 11 with the White Sox, and his 16 with the Cubs at the end of his career, he was prominent among Chicago fans in attendance. became a person.
However, reactions online and among viewers were also mixed, with many calling the holograms "creepy."
This is the second This year, MLB is celebrating the iconic movie with a game on the field. Last year,the White Sox defeated the Yankeeswith Tim Anderson's walk-off home run.