Oh yes, the AL Central – home of Hawk Harrelson for another season and a half. Hawk’s crew finished last in each of the previous rankings we’ve done, and will look to make it three in a row this season. On the other side of the coin, the White Sox home crew got a lot of love in their first year of eligibility, while the other four teams hovered around the middle of the rankings.

Polls will close promptly at 11 AM on June 16th.

Chicago White Sox (home)
-Jason Benetti (play by play)
-Steve Stone (analyst)
-Chuck Swirsky (play by play – select)
-Tom Paciorek (analyst – select)

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Chicago White Sox (away)
-Hawk Harrelson (play by play)
-Steve Stone (analyst)
-Chuck Swirsky (play by play – select)
-Tom Paciorek (analyst – select)

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Cleveland Indians
-Matt Underwood (play by play)
-Rick Manning (analyst)

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Detroit Tigers
-Mario Impemba (play by play)
-Rod Allen (analyst)
-Kirk Gibson (analyst – select)

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Kansas City Royals
-Ryan Lefebvre (play by play)
-Rex Hudler (analyst)
-Steve Physioc (analyst – select)
-Jeff Montgomery (analyst – select)

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Minnesota Twins
-Dick Bremer (play by play)
-Bert Blyleven (analyst)
-Roy Smalley (analyst – select)
-Jack Morris (analyst – select)
-Torii Hunter (analyst – select)
-LaTroy Hawkins (analyst – select)

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About Joe Lucia

I'm the managing editor of Awful Announcing and the news editor of The Comeback. I also made The Outside Corner a thing for six seasons.