Just about everyone’s participated in the cause by now.
It’s been around since at least the 1960s.
OK, what’s that have to do with baseball again?
How about a day-night doubleheader, with one game at the Cell and one at Wrigley?
Hawk Harrelson had the ’68 Triple Crown in his sights — until he didn’t.
Real-time data collection will allow us to instantly analyze every movement on a baseball field.
Famed TV announcer Hawk Harrelson called the 2013 White Sox “a nightmare.”
In order to last 29 years in the booth like Hawk has, you have to be doing something right.
Hawk Harrelson, White Sox announcer and king of both hyperbole and tantrum, made what seemed to be an awfully pathetic statement during Monday’s game against the Yankees.
Baffoe takes a look at the hypocrisy of not standing on a team logo, among other things.
All we have of actual substance for the next couple months is baseball. Cold, cruel Chicago baseball.
I’ve decided I’m with Hawk Harrelson.
You may have heard what White Sox broadcaster Hawk Harrelson said about sabermetrics Wednesday night. If you didn’t, Brian Kenny certainly did.
In the closest race in contest history, Hawk Harrelson is the 2012 Quote Of The Year winner.
Maybe this is the reason the White Sox TV broadcast was voted the worst in Major League Baseball.
The only proper way to render what that was last night would be to have it painted in oil by Bruegel the Elder and hung in the Prado.
On Thursday, the Chicago White Sox announced that they would officially rename the the broadcast level at U.S. Cellular Field the “Hawk Harrelson Broadcast Level.”
White Sox announcer Hawk Harrelson says he is looking forward to success from a Sox team with “a nice, winning attitude.”
Mark Buehrle has been the ace of the Chicago White Sox pitching staff for a while. But playing in the final season of his contract the question surrounding Buehrle is how much longer will he pitch.
KennyBall, anyone? After allowing Ozzie Guillen to realize his quixotic desire for speed and flexibility — mixing and matching his lineup and playing NL-style baseball — it appears the White Sox have come to their senses by signing prolific slugger Adam Dunn to a four-year deal worth $56 million.