Milo Hamilton sounds like a bitter guy, who was once snubbed for the Cubs broadcaster position in favor of Harry Caray. He also seems to dislike his former co-broadcaster, Larry Dierker, though this one could be understandable. But, much of his anger is directed at Caray for some reason. In retrospect, Hamilton should have come out with his memoirs when Harry was still alive, so both sides of the story could be known.
Personally, I feel that Harry Caray stayed in the broadcast booth way too long. From what I've heard, Caray was one of the best during his KMOX days in St. Louis. However, in his last years, he often seemed very disoriented and said some things that didn't make any sense. His comments about Hideo Nomo's (or was it Chan Ho Park's?) eye shape comes first to mind. Yet, you can't help liking the guy. I loved his fan-friendly personality and enthusiasm for the game. Harry's willingness to stick out his head and pose for a picture I took of him at Wrigley Field impressed me a great deal. A few years after taking a trip to Wrigley, my brother Chris (AKA- Dodger Refugee) and I ran into Harry on the Club Level at Dodger Stadium near the elevators. With my best Harry Caray impersonation I said, "Nothing beats a Bud Man and a Cub fan. Holy Cow!". Without missing a beat, Harry responded with a big chuckle and said, "Hey, that's pretty good!". Overall, Harry Caray was a great ambassador for baseball.