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‘Hawk’ Harrelson: Here’s what Yankees’ Aaron Boone can expect with pacemaker (he also lobbies to put George, Cashman in Hall)

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First to mention Tony La Russa as serious White Sox candidate was @BNightengale  TLR was fired by Reinsdorf/Hawk Harrelson 34 years ago and JR has long called it his greatest regret in sports. Decision expected soon.

Winners and losers from #ESPN ’s #Cubs- #Cardinals "Sunday Night Baseball" broadcast, including Mike Shildt bailing, a lost earpiece and unexpected love for the #WhiteSox  — and Hawk Harrelson.

As Opening night approaches for the White Sox, let's give a shout out to the great Ken 'Hawk' Harrelson. He would have been giving his highly anticipated speech as the 2020 Ford C. Frick Award winner in Cooperstown Saturday. That speech arrives during 2021 festivities instead

Hawk Harrelson was brilliant in this perfect game broadcast. Also, Buehrle was working so quickly, the Rays barely had time to change their mind between pitches.

Does anyone remember Sammy Sosa's nickname as bestowed upon on him by Hawk Harrelson with the White Sox? I believe it was Hawk who gave him the nickname.

Hawk Harrelson issued the following statement today in response to cancellation of 2020 HOF induction weekend:

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Ken. S. "Hawk" Harrelson was a Major League Baseball player credited with creating the custom of wearing batting gloves.

We talk to Hawk Harrelson about Ed Farmer, the #MLB  "season", and the HOF.


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"He is our summer playlist. That's what we listen to – Ken 'Hawk' Harrelson calling baseball games." Thank you, Hawk! We will miss you.

" “ALEXIIIIIIII!!!! YES, YES, YES, YES, YES!” -Hawk Harrelson” " -Us, on our couch

Thank you, Hawk! RETWEET for a chance to win a Hawk Harrelson nesting doll. ?:

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We love you too, Hawk. Hawk Harrelson signs off a White Sox broadcast for the final time:

Ken 'Hawk' Harrelson will sign off for the last time in the White Sox broadcast booth following the Sunday, September 23, game vs. the Cubs at 1:10 p.m. on NBC Sports Chicago. End of a great era.

The #WhiteSox  today announced that Ken “Hawk” Harrelson will return for his 34th and final year in the broadcast booth in 2018.

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