Sunday, August 3, 2008 (AP) -- The Atlanta Braves say longtime broadcaster Skip Caray, the son of famous Chicago Cubs voice Harry Caray, has died in his sleep. He was 68 years old.
The team says Skip Caray died in his Atlanta home on Sunday. He had several ailments in the last year but had recovered enough to continue calling Braves home games at Turner Field.
Caray was drawn into broadcasting by his father, a member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
Skip Caray was in the middle of his 33rd season with the Braves. The St. Louis native started in local radio and later joined his father at the University of Missouri calling football.
He joined the St. Louis Hawks NBA broadcasting team and followed them to Atlanta in 1968.
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