The White Sox will have 10 Cactus League games televised from Arizona (nine on Comcast SportsNet and one on WGN), and eight additional webcasts of games free on whitesox.com. WSCR-AM, the club’s flagship radio station, will air nine games, including four interactive broadcasts.
Comcast SportsNet’s first spring training broadcast is scheduled for Friday, March 20 at 3:05 p.m. CDT when the White Sox face the Cubs at Camelback Ranch – Glendale.
Along with airing five home games, CSN will broadcast games at San Diego (Peoria) on March 23, at Cleveland (Goodyear) on March 29, at Los Angeles-NL (Glendale) on March 31 and at Arizona (Scottsdale) on April 2.
WGN will air the Sox-Cubs game on March 27 in Mesa at 3:05 p.m. CDT.
Ken “Hawk” Harrelson and Steve Stone will work all 10 television games in their seventh season together as the White Sox broadcast team. Harrelson is set to begin his 31st season as the television voice of the White Sox, while Stone enters his seventh year in the Sox television booth.
WSCR-AM broadcasts the first of its nine games on Wednesday, March 4 at 2:05 p.m. CST when the White Sox open Cactus League play vs. Los Angeles Dodgers in Glendale. WSCR-AM features the on-air tandem of Ed Farmer and Darrin Jackson. Four of the nine game broadcasts (March 8, 15, 25 and 29) feature an “interactive” format, allowing listeners to interact with Farmer, Jackson and pre- and post-game host Chris Rongey during the broadcast.
In addition to television and radio broadcasts, the White Sox will present full webcasts of eight spring training games on whitesox.com. The spring training webcasts begin on March 5 vs. the Dodgers and are available free to all fans with internet access. Russ Langer and Bill Melton will serve as the broadcast team for all eight webcasts.