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  • Ron Santo's son Ron Jr. and wife Vicki Santo stand next to the casket draped with the flag that flew over Wrigley Field when his number 10 was retired as well as his gold glove at Holy Name Cathedral.

      Ron Santo's son Ron Jr. and wife Vicki Santo stand next to the casket draped with the flag that flew over Wrigley Field when his number 10 was retired as well as his gold glove at Holy Name Cathedral.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Ron Santo's wife Vicki receives a hug .

      Ron Santo's wife Vicki receives a hug .
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Ron Santo's wife Vicki receives visitors as she stands next to Santo's casket.

      Ron Santo's wife Vicki receives visitors as she stands next to Santo's casket.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Ron Santo's son Ron Jr. and wife Vicki Santo stand next to the casket draped with the flag that flew over Wrigley Field when his number 10 was retired as well as his gold glove at Holy Name Cathedral.

      Ron Santo's son Ron Jr. and wife Vicki Santo stand next to the casket draped with the flag that flew over Wrigley Field when his number 10 was retired as well as his gold glove at Holy Name Cathedral.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Former Chicago Cubs player and Ron Santo roommate Glen Beckert recalls memories.

      Former Chicago Cubs player and Ron Santo roommate Glen Beckert recalls memories.

  • A Ron Santo gold glove rests on his casket at Holy Name Cathedral.

      A Ron Santo gold glove rests on his casket at Holy Name Cathedral.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Close friends, including Cubs third baseman Glen Beckert, attend the visitation for Chicago Cubs legend Ron Santo.

      Close friends, including Cubs third baseman Glen Beckert, attend the visitation for Chicago Cubs legend Ron Santo.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Cubs fan Scott Mulder of Peoria said he was in line at 6 a.m. for the 4 p.m. public visitation.

      Cubs fan Scott Mulder of Peoria said he was in line at 6 a.m. for the 4 p.m. public visitation.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Hundreds were in line inside of Holy Name Cathedral for Chicago Cubs legend Ron Santo's private visitation.

      Hundreds were in line inside of Holy Name Cathedral for Chicago Cubs legend Ron Santo's private visitation.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Family and friends of Chicago Cubs legend Ron Santo attend the visitation .

      Family and friends of Chicago Cubs legend Ron Santo attend the visitation .
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Members of a Chicago Cubs security detail carry Chicago Cubs legend Ron Santo's casket.

      Members of a Chicago Cubs security detail carry Chicago Cubs legend Ron Santo's casket.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Ron Santo's son Ron Jr., center, receives a hug.

      Ron Santo's son Ron Jr., center, receives a hug.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Two small flags with Chicago Cubs legend Ron Santo's number adorned the hearse bearing his body.

      Two small flags with Chicago Cubs legend Ron Santo's number adorned the hearse bearing his body.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi, center left, talks to Vicki Santo, wife of Chicago Cubs great and longtime radio announcer Ron Santo, during the visitation at Holy Name Cathedral, Thursday, Dec. 9, 2010, in Chicago. Ron Santo, a nine-time all-star, died Thursday, Dec. 2 in an Arizona hospital from complication of bladder cancer. He was 70.

      New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi, center left, talks to Vicki Santo, wife of Chicago Cubs great and longtime radio announcer Ron Santo, during the visitation at Holy Name Cathedral, Thursday, Dec. 9, 2010, in Chicago. Ron Santo, a nine-time all-star, died Thursday, Dec. 2 in an Arizona hospital from complication of bladder cancer. He was 70.
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  • The casket for Chicago Cubs great and longtime radio announcer Ron Santo arrives at Holy Name Cathedral for the visitation, Thursday, Dec. 9, 2010, in Chicago. The nine-time all-star died Thursday, Dec. 2 in an Arizona hospital from complication of bladder cancer, according to the team and WGN Radio, his longtime employer. He was 70.

      The casket for Chicago Cubs great and longtime radio announcer Ron Santo arrives at Holy Name Cathedral for the visitation, Thursday, Dec. 9, 2010, in Chicago. The nine-time all-star died Thursday, Dec. 2 in an Arizona hospital from complication of bladder cancer, according to the team and WGN Radio, his longtime employer. He was 70.
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  • Chicago Cubs chairman Tom Ricketts prays as the casket for Chicago Cubs great and longtime radio announcer Ron Santo arrives during the visitation at Holy Name Cathedral, Thursday, Dec. 9, 2010, in Chicago. The nine-time all-star died Thursday, Dec. 2 in an Arizona hospital from complication of bladder cancer. He was 70.

      Chicago Cubs chairman Tom Ricketts prays as the casket for Chicago Cubs great and longtime radio announcer Ron Santo arrives during the visitation at Holy Name Cathedral, Thursday, Dec. 9, 2010, in Chicago. The nine-time all-star died Thursday, Dec. 2 in an Arizona hospital from complication of bladder cancer. He was 70.
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  • New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi, left, hugs Chicago Cubs great Ernie Banks during the visitation for Chicago Cubs great and longtime radio announcer Ron Santo at Holy Name Cathedral, Thursday, Dec. 9, 2010, in Chicago. Santo, a nine-time all-star, died Thursday, Dec. 2 in an Arizona hospital from complication of bladder cancer. He was 70.

      New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi, left, hugs Chicago Cubs great Ernie Banks during the visitation for Chicago Cubs great and longtime radio announcer Ron Santo at Holy Name Cathedral, Thursday, Dec. 9, 2010, in Chicago. Santo, a nine-time all-star, died Thursday, Dec. 2 in an Arizona hospital from complication of bladder cancer. He was 70.
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  • Spencer Brown, grandson of Chicago Cubs great and longtime radio announcer Ron Santo, lays on the altar during visitation at Holy Name Cathedral, Thursday, Dec. 9, 2010, in Chicago. The nine-time all-star died Thursday, Dec. 2 in an Arizona hospital from complication of bladder cancer. He was 70.

      Spencer Brown, grandson of Chicago Cubs great and longtime radio announcer Ron Santo, lays on the altar during visitation at Holy Name Cathedral, Thursday, Dec. 9, 2010, in Chicago. The nine-time all-star died Thursday, Dec. 2 in an Arizona hospital from complication of bladder cancer. He was 70.
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  • Chicago Cubs general manager Jim Hendry, center, touches casket during the visitation for Chicago Cubs great and longtime radio announcer Ron Santo at Holy Name Cathedral, Thursday, Dec. 9, 2010, in Chicago. The nine-time all-star died Dec. 2 in an Arizona hospital from complication of bladder cancer. He was 70.

      Chicago Cubs general manager Jim Hendry, center, touches casket during the visitation for Chicago Cubs great and longtime radio announcer Ron Santo at Holy Name Cathedral, Thursday, Dec. 9, 2010, in Chicago. The nine-time all-star died Dec. 2 in an Arizona hospital from complication of bladder cancer. He was 70.
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  • Casket arrives at Holy Name Cathedral, reflected on the window, for the visitation of Chicago Cubs great and longtime radio announcer Ron Santo at Holy Name Cathedral, Thursday, Dec. 9, 2010, in Chicago. The nine-time all-star died Thursday, Dec. 2 in an Arizona hospital from complication of bladder cancer. He was 70.

      Casket arrives at Holy Name Cathedral, reflected on the window, for the visitation of Chicago Cubs great and longtime radio announcer Ron Santo at Holy Name Cathedral, Thursday, Dec. 9, 2010, in Chicago. The nine-time all-star died Thursday, Dec. 2 in an Arizona hospital from complication of bladder cancer. He was 70.
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  • New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi, center right, hugs a family member of Chicago Cubs great and longtime radio announcer Ron Santo during the visitation at Holy Name Cathedral, Thursday, Dec. 9, 2010, in Chicago. Santo, the nine-time all-star, died Thursday, Dec. 2 in an Arizona hospital from complication of bladder cancer. He was 70.

      New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi, center right, hugs a family member of Chicago Cubs great and longtime radio announcer Ron Santo during the visitation at Holy Name Cathedral, Thursday, Dec. 9, 2010, in Chicago. Santo, the nine-time all-star, died Thursday, Dec. 2 in an Arizona hospital from complication of bladder cancer. He was 70.
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  • New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi talks to Vicki Santo, wife of Chicago Cubs great and longtime radio announcer Ron Santo, during the visitation at Holy Name Cathedral Thursday, Dec. 9, 2010, in Chicago. The nine-time all-star died Thursday, Dec. 2, 2010 in an Arizona hospital from complication of bladder cancer. He was 70.

      New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi talks to Vicki Santo, wife of Chicago Cubs great and longtime radio announcer Ron Santo, during the visitation at Holy Name Cathedral Thursday, Dec. 9, 2010, in Chicago. The nine-time all-star died Thursday, Dec. 2, 2010 in an Arizona hospital from complication of bladder cancer. He was 70.
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  • Vicki Santo, right, wife of Chicago Cubs great and longtime radio announcer Ron Santo, receives a hug from New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi during the visitation at Holy Name Cathedral, Thursday, Dec. 9, 2010, in Chicago. Ron Santo, a nine-time all-star, died Thursday, Dec. 2 in an Arizona hospital from complication of bladder cancer. He was 70.

      Vicki Santo, right, wife of Chicago Cubs great and longtime radio announcer Ron Santo, receives a hug from New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi during the visitation at Holy Name Cathedral, Thursday, Dec. 9, 2010, in Chicago. Ron Santo, a nine-time all-star, died Thursday, Dec. 2 in an Arizona hospital from complication of bladder cancer. He was 70.
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  • Ronnie Woo-Woo, right, prays during the visitation for Chicago Cubs great and longtime radio announcer Ron Santo .

      Ronnie Woo-Woo, right, prays during the visitation for Chicago Cubs great and longtime radio announcer Ron Santo .
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  • Chicago Cubs fans line up during the visitation service for Chicago Cubs great and longtime radio announcer Ron Santo.

      Chicago Cubs fans line up during the visitation service for Chicago Cubs great and longtime radio announcer Ron Santo.
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  • Fans line up during the visitation for Chicago Cubs great and longtime radio announcer Ron Santo .

      Fans line up during the visitation for Chicago Cubs great and longtime radio announcer Ron Santo .
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  • Chicago Cubs fans line up during the visitation for Chicago Cubs great and longtime radio announcer Ron Santo at Holy Name Cathedral.

      Chicago Cubs fans line up during the visitation for Chicago Cubs great and longtime radio announcer Ron Santo at Holy Name Cathedral.
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  • Ron (facing camera), left, and Jeff, right, Santo, sons of Chicago Cubs great and longtime radio announcer Ron Santo, greet visitors during the visitation for at Holy Name Cathedral, Thursday, Dec. 9, 2010, in Chicago.

      Ron (facing camera), left, and Jeff, right, Santo, sons of Chicago Cubs great and longtime radio announcer Ron Santo, greet visitors during the visitation for at Holy Name Cathedral, Thursday, Dec. 9, 2010, in Chicago.
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  • Chicago Cubs fans pay their respects during the visitation service for Chicago Cubs great and longtime radio announcer Ron Santo.

      Chicago Cubs fans pay their respects during the visitation service for Chicago Cubs great and longtime radio announcer Ron Santo.
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  • Chicago Cubs manager Mike Quade, right, talks to family members during the visitation for Chicago Cubs great and longtime radio announcer Ron Santo.

      Chicago Cubs manager Mike Quade, right, talks to family members during the visitation for Chicago Cubs great and longtime radio announcer Ron Santo.
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  • Chicago Cubs fans at the public visitation for Chicago Cubs legend Ron Santo.

      Chicago Cubs fans at the public visitation for Chicago Cubs legend Ron Santo.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Chicago Cubs employees greet fans at the public visitation.

      Chicago Cubs employees greet fans at the public visitation.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Chicago Cubs fans received a Ron Santo card as they entered the public visitation.

      Chicago Cubs fans received a Ron Santo card as they entered the public visitation.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Chicago Cubs fan Babette Peyton of Chicago holds a Ron Santo baseball card given to her at the public visitation for Chicago Cubs legend Ron Santo.

      Chicago Cubs fan Babette Peyton of Chicago holds a Ron Santo baseball card given to her at the public visitation for Chicago Cubs legend Ron Santo.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • A Chicago Cubs fan looks down at Ron Santo's casket with Cubs employee John Oboikowitch, left.

      A Chicago Cubs fan looks down at Ron Santo's casket with Cubs employee John Oboikowitch, left.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • A fan wearing a number 10 waits in line on State Street for the public visitation for Chicago Cubs legend Ron Santo .

      A fan wearing a number 10 waits in line on State Street for the public visitation for Chicago Cubs legend Ron Santo .
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Chicago Cubs employees were typing in messages by fans at the public visitation for Ron Santo.

      Chicago Cubs employees were typing in messages by fans at the public visitation for Ron Santo.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • A Chicago Cubs fan etched the number 10 in the snow.

      A Chicago Cubs fan etched the number 10 in the snow.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Chicago Cubs fan Dan Maratto of Chicago, wearing a number 10 jersey, waits in line on State Street for the public visitation for Chicago Cubs legend Ron Santo.

      Chicago Cubs fan Dan Maratto of Chicago, wearing a number 10 jersey, waits in line on State Street for the public visitation for Chicago Cubs legend Ron Santo.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Chicago Cubs fans waited in line for one block on State Street for the public visitation for Chicago Cubs legend Ron Santo at Holy Name Cathedral.

      Chicago Cubs fans waited in line for one block on State Street for the public visitation for Chicago Cubs legend Ron Santo at Holy Name Cathedral.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • A Chicago Cubs fan touches Ron Santo's casket with Cubs employees John Oboikowitch, left, and Betsy Schwartz, right.

      A Chicago Cubs fan touches Ron Santo's casket with Cubs employees John Oboikowitch, left, and Betsy Schwartz, right.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Chicago Cubs fans waited in line for one block on State Street for the public visitation for Chicago Cubs legend Ron Santo at Holy Name Cathedral.

      Chicago Cubs fans waited in line for one block on State Street for the public visitation for Chicago Cubs legend Ron Santo at Holy Name Cathedral.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Chicago Cubs fans waited in line for one block on State Street for the public visitation for Chicago Cubs legend Ron Santo at Holy Name Cathedral.

      Chicago Cubs fans waited in line for one block on State Street for the public visitation for Chicago Cubs legend Ron Santo at Holy Name Cathedral.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Chicago Cubs fans waited in line for one block on State Street for the public visitation for Chicago Cubs legend Ron Santo at Holy Name Cathedral.

      Chicago Cubs fans waited in line for one block on State Street for the public visitation for Chicago Cubs legend Ron Santo at Holy Name Cathedral.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Ronnie Woo-Woo greets Chicago Cubs fans on State Street.

      Ronnie Woo-Woo greets Chicago Cubs fans on State Street.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Chicago Cubs fans waited in line for one block on State Street for the public visitation for Chicago Cubs legend Ron Santo at Holy Name Cathedral.

      Chicago Cubs fans waited in line for one block on State Street for the public visitation for Chicago Cubs legend Ron Santo at Holy Name Cathedral.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Chicago Cubs fans waited in line for one block on State Street for the public visitation for Chicago Cubs legend Ron Santo at Holy Name Cathedral.

      Chicago Cubs fans waited in line for one block on State Street for the public visitation for Chicago Cubs legend Ron Santo at Holy Name Cathedral.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

 

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