Harry Caray’s statue is already for a party outside Wrigley Field, (Stacy Revere/Getty Images)

If there was one theme that ran through all the jubilation Chicago Cubs fans were experiencing after the team’s World Series curse ended, it was the bittersweet thought of all the parents, grandparents, friends and other relatives who were no longer here to witness it for themselves.

You know who would really have loved that Game 7 extra-innings win? Harry Caray. The team’s beloved and legendary announcer died in 1998, but the people at Budweiser gave him one last call. Warning: This video is going to get you right in your cold, cold heart even if you didn’t grow up listening to Caray sing “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” or gurgle his way through play-by-play. Put on your oversized spectacles and watch.

Right after the game, the beer company offered up this ad, too:

Holy cow! How about them Cubbies?

RIP, Harry.

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Five things to remember about the Cubs’ memorable victory

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