Saturday, February 4 2023

Twitter reacts to Field of Dreams Harry Caray hologram originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago

DYERSVILLE, Iowa — MLB’s Field of Dreams game is a night full of nostalgia for fans and players alike that brings out memories of baseball from years past.

That nostalgia also includes Harry Caray — apparently.

FOX and the Field of Dreams — seemingly in an attempt to honor the legendary Cubs broadcaster — aired a Caray hologram paired with audio of him singing the seventh inning stretch.

Except, Caray died in 1998, and while it was his likeness, some found it rather unsettling.

A look at some reactions from Twitter:

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