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Skip Caray
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    (August 12, 1939-August 3, 2008)
    Born in St. Louis, Missouri
    Birth name was Harry Christopher Caray, Jr.
    Son of Harry Caray
    Father of Chip Caray
    Announcer for the Atlanta Braves (1976-2008)
    He was a grown man known as Skip.
    He insulted callers during his pre-game show.
    He was criticized as a 'homer' who was biased for the Braves.
    He appeared in 'The Slugger's Wife,' which he later called one of the worst movies ever made.
    Rich Eisen liked to impersonate him.
    His sarcastic sense of humor let him create an identity distinct from his famous father.
    He responded to criticism by Atlanta Journal-Constitution columnist Ron Hudspeth by hiring a plane to fly over the Braves' stadium with the banner 'For a good time, call Rona' followed by Hudspeth's actual home phone number.
    During a particularly ugly blowout, he told viewers it was okay to stop watching the slaughter as long as they continued patronizing the sponsors.
    TBS tried to replace him to eliminate home-team bias complaints, but brought him back by mid-season due to fan demands (2003).
    During one of his last broadcasts, he commented 'If I go tonight, I've had a hell of a life.'

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