Class of 2017
Kenneth "the Hawk" Harrelson
Media Achievement Award

Ken Harrelson, known as “Hawk,” begins his 33rd season in the White Sox television booth. Harrelson played Major League Baseball for nine seasons before starting his broadcasting career with the Boston Red Sox in 1975. He joined the White Sox in 1981 and has been in the booth for most of his broadcasting career. Harrelson is also known for his involvement in charity work, particularly with Chicago White Sox Charities, and his love for golf. He resides in Granger, Indiana with his family.

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