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Joe Kennedy
The Braves family lost one of its most beloved members on Aug. 3, when Skip Caray passed away at his Atlanta-area home. Caray, who would have celebrated his 69th birthday on Aug. 12, is survived by his wife, Paula, two sons, Chip and Josh, two daughters, Shayelyn and Cindy, and seven grandchildren. "Our baseball community has lost a legend today," said Braves president John Schuerholz. "The Braves family and Braves fans everywhere will sadly miss him."  More >
Remembering Skip Caray
Sutton recalls fond memories of Caray
Brennaman remembers Skip Caray
Caray's memorial service set for Monday
Turner Field to host Caray memorial
Hundreds attend service for Caray
Caray honored at Turner Field
Braves unveil Caray Broadcast Booth
• Chip Caray remembers his father Video 400K
• Pete Van Wieren remembers Caray Video 400K
• Harry Caray on his son Skip Video 400K
• Phil Niekro remembers Caray Video 400K
• Ernie Johnson Sr. remembers Caray Video 400K
• Jim Lovell remembers Caray Video 400K
• John Smoltz remembers Caray Video 400K
• Terry Pendleton remembers Caray Video 400K
Career Retrospective
ChopTalk honors Skip (subscribe)
• Skip Caray: 1939-2008 Video 350K
• Vin, Harold and Hal: Skip Caray Video 350K
• 1992 NLCS: Sid Bream's mad dash Video 350K
• The Braves are world champions Video 350K
• Skip Caray tribute 8/12 Video 350K
• Career retrospective Video 400K
• Caray at Braves HOF induction Video 400K
• Caray interview from May 2008 Video 400K
• Caray's induction ceremony Video 400K
• Caray at '86 Goodwill Games Video 400K
• Atlanta remembers Caray Video 400K
• Caray roast Video 400K
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