Chicago White Sox broadcasters

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  1. Ralph Kiner

    Ralph Kiner

    4,295 views
    American baseball player and announcer

  2. Frank Thomas

    Frank Thomas

    1,220 views
    American baseball player

  3. Don Drysdale

    Don Drysdale

    832 views
    American baseball player

  4. Harry Caray

    Harry Caray

    705 views
    American

  5. Lou Brock

    Lou Brock

    392 views
    American baseball player

  6. Jack Brickhouse

    Jack Brickhouse

    241 views
    American sportscaster

  7. Ken Harrelson

    Ken Harrelson

    221 views
    American baseball player

  8. Steve Stone

    Steve Stone

    193 views
    American baseball player

  9. Gary Thorne

    Gary Thorne

    107 views
    American sports broadcaster

  10. Jim Piersall

    Jim Piersall

    77 views
    American baseball player

  11. Early Wynn

    Early Wynn

    65 views
    American baseball player

  12. Vince Lloyd

    Vince Lloyd

    54 views

    Vince Lloyd Skaff, (June 1, 1917 - July 3, 2003) who worked under the name Vince Lloyd, was a radio announcer for Major League Baseball's Chicago Cubs for over 30 years.


  13. Del Crandall

    Del Crandall

    24 views
    American baseball player and coach

  14. Chris Singleton

    Chris Singleton

    24 views
    American baseball player

  15. Mel Parnell

    Mel Parnell

    23 views
    American baseball player and coach

  16. Tom Paciorek

    Tom Paciorek

    17 views
    American baseball player

  17. Eric Collins (sportscaster)

    Eric Collins (sportscaster)

    16 views

    Eric Collins (born 1969 in Cleveland, Ohio) is a play-by-play sports announcer, working primarily in baseball and softball.


  18. Milo Hamilton

    Milo Hamilton

    15 views

    Leland Milo Hamilton (born September 2, 1927 in Fairfield, Iowa) is an American sportscaster, best known for calling play-by-play for seven different Major League Baseball teams since 1953. He received the Ford Frick Award from the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1992.


  19. Bob Elson

    Bob Elson

    13 views
    Sportscaster

  20. Gene Osborn

    Gene Osborn

    12 views
    American sportscaster

  21. J.C. Martin

    J.C. Martin

    11 views
    American baseball player and coach

  22. Ed Farmer

    Ed Farmer

    10 views
    American baseball player

  23. Billy Pierce

    Billy Pierce

    10 views
    American baseball player

  24. John Rooney

    John Rooney

    10 views
    American sportscaster

  25. Darrin Jackson

    Darrin Jackson

    9 views
    American baseball player

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