White Sox Weekly 09/12/20: Here is why Hawk Harrelson thinks this Sox team is the best ever

White Sox Weekly

FILE – This Friday, June 1, 2012 file photo, Chicago White Sox broadcaster Ken Harrelson cheers for the White Sox before a baseball game against the Seattle Mariners in Chicago. White Sox broadcaster Ken “Hawk” Harrelson says he will retire after working 20 games next year in his 34th season in the booth. Harrelson, a colorful character known for sayings like “You Can Put It On The Board” when the White Sox hit a home run, will work primarily Sunday home games in 2018.(AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh, File)

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It’s a full show on this week’s edition of “White Sox Weekly”! Mark Carman talks to White Sox reliever Codi Heuer about being from Montana, growing up in a cold weather state, and if he thought he was going to make the team to start the season.

Later Mark talks to former White Sox play-by-play man Ken “Hawk” Harrelson. Hawk talks about the current Sox team and why he thinks this White Sox team is the best ever, and why he thinks it was a good idea for Cooperstown to postpone the 2020 Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony.

Finally we get an update from Chicago Sportscaster Rich King on what he thinks the team should do for the starting rotation come playoff time, including if Dane Dunning or Dylan Cease should be the third starter in the rotation.

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