Harrelson On 2013 Season: ‘It’s Been Hell On Me’

(CBS) If you’ve ever watched a White Sox game on television, you know that broadcaster Ken ‘The Hawk’ Harrelson lives and dies with his team.

Unfortunately for Harrelson, the 2013 season has featured far more lowlights than highlights, as the White Sox have fallen to last place in the American League Central Division with a record of 29-40 – 9.5 games out of first place.

“It’s been hell on me, I can tell you that,’’ Harrelson told the Sun-Times.

“To watch them, the way we’ve played, it’s hard to take. Because we’re finding ways to beat ourselves. I’ve seen things on the basepaths I’ve never seen. We’re making huge mistakes in every aspect of the game with the exception of pitching.’’

For the full story from the Sun-Times, please click here. 


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    […] But the grim specter of death creeps across Chicagoland like a shadow as the Hawks celebratory sun sets, and that darkness is the reality of baseball. We tried to ignore it as long as we could. Thanks to hockey the Cubs and White Sox were able to toil in embarrassment fairly quietly, save the cries of pain from Hawk Harrelson. […]

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