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  • In this 1971, file photo, Chicago Cubs infielder Ron Santo is shown in Scottsdale, Ariz.

      In this 1971, file photo, Chicago Cubs infielder Ron Santo is shown in Scottsdale, Ariz.
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  • Chicago Cubs infielders Glenn Beckert, left, and Ron Santo relax in their hotel room at the Waldorf Astoria in New York Sept. 8, 1969 after arriving for a two-game series against the Mets.

      Chicago Cubs infielders Glenn Beckert, left, and Ron Santo relax in their hotel room at the Waldorf Astoria in New York Sept. 8, 1969 after arriving for a two-game series against the Mets.
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  • Chicago Cub radio broadcaster Ron Santo talks about juvenile diabetes at his north suburban home.

       Chicago Cub radio broadcaster Ron Santo talks about juvenile diabetes at his north suburban home.
    Dan White | Staff Photographer

  • Chicago Cubs infielder Ron Santo is shown in Scottsdale, Ariz., 1971.

      Chicago Cubs infielder Ron Santo is shown in Scottsdale, Ariz., 1971.
    Associated Press

  • Cubs legend Ron Santo leads the crowd in signing "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" during the seventh inning stretch at Wrigley Field.

      Cubs legend Ron Santo leads the crowd in signing "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" during the seventh inning stretch at Wrigley Field.
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  • Ron Santo acknowledges cheers from the crowd Friday during the Kane County Cougars winter banquet at Gaslight Manor in Aurora.

      Ron Santo acknowledges cheers from the crowd Friday during the Kane County Cougars winter banquet at Gaslight Manor in Aurora.
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  • Ron Santo and Pat Hughes talk and sign autographs at the Barrington High School as part of the fundraiser for the Barrington Youth Baseball. Ron Santo speaks to a packed house of over a thousand people.

       Ron Santo and Pat Hughes talk and sign autographs at the Barrington High School as part of the fundraiser for the Barrington Youth Baseball. Ron Santo speaks to a packed house of over a thousand people.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Cubs broadcaster and former third baseman Ron Santo throws out the first pitch during the home opener. Part of his leg was amputated during the off season due to complications from diabetes.

       Cubs broadcaster and former third baseman Ron Santo throws out the first pitch during the home opener. Part of his leg was amputated during the off season due to complications from diabetes.
    Dan White | Staff Photographer

  • Chicago Cub radio broadcaster Ron Santo talks about juvenile diabetes at his north suburban home.

       Chicago Cub radio broadcaster Ron Santo talks about juvenile diabetes at his north suburban home.
    Dan White | Staff Photographer

  • Chicago Cub radio broadcaster Ron Santo talks about juvenile diabetes at his north suburban home.

       Chicago Cub radio broadcaster Ron Santo talks about juvenile diabetes at his north suburban home.
    Dan White | Staff Photographer

  • Johnny Bench (5) of Cincinnati Reds is greeted at plate by Ron Santo of Chicago Cubs after Bench scored a home run for the National League in the fourth inning of the 44th All-Star game at Royals Stadium, Tuesday, July 25, 1973, Kansas City, Mo. The National League won, 7-1, to capture its 10th victory in last 11 All-Star Games.

      Johnny Bench (5) of Cincinnati Reds is greeted at plate by Ron Santo of Chicago Cubs after Bench scored a home run for the National League in the fourth inning of the 44th All-Star game at Royals Stadium, Tuesday, July 25, 1973, Kansas City, Mo. The National League won, 7-1, to capture its 10th victory in last 11 All-Star Games.
    Associated Press

  • Cub fans show support for Ron Santo as well as the 2003 team, which clinched the NL Central on the night before the team retired Santo's @#10 jersey on Sunday at Wrigley Field.

       Cub fans show support for Ron Santo as well as the 2003 team, which clinched the NL Central on the night before the team retired Santo's @#10 jersey on Sunday at Wrigley Field.
    Patrick Kunzer | Staff Photographer

  • Left field bleacher fans acknowledge Ron Santo as he circles Wrigley Field on Sunday in a golf cart following the retiring of Santo's @#10 jersey.

       Left field bleacher fans acknowledge Ron Santo as he circles Wrigley Field on Sunday in a golf cart following the retiring of Santo's @#10 jersey.
    Patrick Kunzer | Staff Photographer

  • Ron Santo with Cubs' manager Baylor.

      Ron Santo with Cubs' manager Baylor.
    Chicago Cubs photo

  • Ron Santo waves to the crowd as Earnie Banks, left, and Billy Williams stand with his jersey during the number retirement ceremony before the Chicago Cubs against the Pittsburgh Pirates game Sunday at Wrigley Field.

       Ron Santo waves to the crowd as Earnie Banks, left, and Billy Williams stand with his jersey during the number retirement ceremony before the Chicago Cubs against the Pittsburgh Pirates game Sunday at Wrigley Field.
    John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • Ron Santo in the press box.

      Ron Santo in the press box.
    Chicago Cubs photo

  • Cubs legend Ron Santo (right) greets his radio broadcast partner Pat Hughes during jersey @#10 retirement ceremonies at Wrigley Field in Chicago on Sunday.

       Cubs legend Ron Santo (right) greets his radio broadcast partner Pat Hughes during jersey @#10 retirement ceremonies at Wrigley Field in Chicago on Sunday.
    Patrick Kunzer | Staff Photographer

  • Ron Santo

      Ron Santo
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  • In this photograph taken on Aug. 12, 2009, Chicago Cubs radio broadcaster Ron Santo, left, sits in the dugout with Cubs manager Lou Pinella before a baseball game at Wrigley Field in Chicago. The 69-year-old Santo, who joined the team as a 20-year-old rookie in 1960, is in his 20th year as a broadcaster and still rooting for the team he has never seen play in the World Series.

      In this photograph taken on Aug. 12, 2009, Chicago Cubs radio broadcaster Ron Santo, left, sits in the dugout with Cubs manager Lou Pinella before a baseball game at Wrigley Field in Chicago. The 69-year-old Santo, who joined the team as a 20-year-old rookie in 1960, is in his 20th year as a broadcaster and still rooting for the team he has never seen play in the World Series.
    Associated Press

  • This April 17, 2001, file photo shows former Chicago Cubs third baseman Ron Santo and Cubs announcer posing in the radio booth before a game at Wrigley Field.

      This April 17, 2001, file photo shows former Chicago Cubs third baseman Ron Santo and Cubs announcer posing in the radio booth before a game at Wrigley Field.
    Associated Press

  • In this Oct. 4, 2007, file photo, former Chicago Cubs great and longtime radio announcer Ron Santo sits in the broadcast booth during a baseball game at Chase Field in Phoenix. .

      In this Oct. 4, 2007, file photo, former Chicago Cubs great and longtime radio announcer Ron Santo sits in the broadcast booth during a baseball game at Chase Field in Phoenix. .
    Associated Press

  • This July 3, 1974, file photo shows Chicago White Sox player Ron Santo kneeling before a game in Chicago.

      This July 3, 1974, file photo shows Chicago White Sox player Ron Santo kneeling before a game in Chicago.
    Associated Press

  • This April 5, 2002, file photo, shows former Chicago Cubs third baseman Ron Santo throwing out the ceremonial first pitch before the Cubs home opener in Chicago.

      This April 5, 2002, file photo, shows former Chicago Cubs third baseman Ron Santo throwing out the ceremonial first pitch before the Cubs home opener in Chicago.
    Associated Press

  • Ron Santo kicks up his heels, 1969

      Ron Santo kicks up his heels, 1969
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  • Chicago Cubs' fan Marvin Perez Sr. wears a Ron Santo jacket in front of the Wrigley Field marquee as the news of Santo's death was announced Friday.

      Chicago Cubs' fan Marvin Perez Sr. wears a Ron Santo jacket in front of the Wrigley Field marquee as the news of Santo's death was announced Friday.
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  • Wrigley Field employees raise one of two Ron Santo flags to half mast in front of the stadium after news of the death of one of the Cubs greatest players was announced.

      Wrigley Field employees raise one of two Ron Santo flags to half mast in front of the stadium after news of the death of one of the Cubs greatest players was announced.
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  • A memorial to former Chicago Cubs' Ron Santo, one of the greatest players in Cubs history, is shown outside Wrigley Field, after news of Santo's death was announced.

      A memorial to former Chicago Cubs' Ron Santo, one of the greatest players in Cubs history, is shown outside Wrigley Field, after news of Santo's death was announced.
    Associated Press

  • A memorial to former Chicago Cubs' Ron Santo, one of the greatest plays in Cubs history, is shown outside Wrigley Field after news of Santo's death was announced Friday.

      A memorial to former Chicago Cubs' Ron Santo, one of the greatest plays in Cubs history, is shown outside Wrigley Field after news of Santo's death was announced Friday.
    Associated Press

  • The Wrigley Field marquee pays tribute to Cubs' legendary third baseman Ron Santo.

      The Wrigley Field marquee pays tribute to Cubs' legendary third baseman Ron Santo.
    Associated Press

 

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