White Sox broadcaster Ken "Hawk" Harrelson, who will retire next year in his 34th and final season as a play-by-play announcer, said on Sunday that he’ll “never go back to Wrigley Field again.” “Worst press box, worst booths for television. It’s a joke. It really is,” Harrelson told reporters of the Cubs' legendary Wrigley Field. “I will never step foot in that ballpark again. Ever.” Harrelson -- who has been working mostly a road broadcasting schedule for the past two years -- announced his 2018 retirement in May, and he is in the process of working out a schedule for the games he will call in his final season. One thing is certain: The Cubs are not in his plans.
White Sox's Hawk Harrelson will 'never step foot' at Wrigley Field again
USA Today | Aug 7