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All-time Broadcasters

Television Announcers Years
Ken Harrelson, Darrin Jackson (WGN/9, FOX Sports Net and WCIU-TV) 2000-
Ken Harrelson, Tom Paciorek (WGN/9 and FOX Sports Chicago) 1998-99
Ken Harrelson, Tom Paciorek (WGN/9 and SportsChannel) 1991-97
Jim Durham, Ken Harrelson, Tom Paciorek (WGN/9 and SportsChannel) 1990
Gary Thorne, Tom Paciorek (WFLD/32 and SportsChannel) 1989
John Rooney, Tom Paciorek (WFLD/32 and SportsVision) 1988
Don Drysdale, Frank Messer (WFLD/32 and SportsVision) 1986-87
Don Drysdale, Ken Harrelson (WFLD/32 and SportsVision) 1984-85
Don Drysdale, Ken Harrelson, Early Wynn, Lorn Brown (WFLD/32 and SportsVision) 1983
Don Drysdale, Ken Harrelson (WFLD/32 and SportsVision) 1982
Harry Caray, Jimmy Piersall, Lou Brock (WGN/9) 1981
Harry Caray, Jimmy Piersall (WSNS/44) 1980
Harry Caray, Lorn Brown, Jimmy Piersall (WSNS/44) 1978-79
Harry Caray, Lorn Brown, Jimmy Piersall, Mary Shane (WSNS/44) 1977
Harry Caray, Lorn Brown (WSNS/44) 1976
Harry Caray, J.C. Martin (WSNS/44) 1975
Harry Caray, Bob Waller (WSNS/44) 1973-74
Jack Drees, Bud Kelly (WFLD/32) 1971-72
Jack Drees, Billy Pierce (WFLD/32) 1970
Jack Drees, Mel Parnell (WFLD/32) 1969
Jack Drees, Dave Martin (WFLD/32) 1968
Jack Brickhouse, Lloyd Pettit (WGN/9) 1965-67
Jack Brickhouse, Vince Lloyd (WGN/9) 1956-64
Jack Brickhouse, Harry Creighton, Vince Lloyd (WGN/9) 1955
Jack Brickhouse, Harry Creighton (WGN/9) 1948-54
Radio Announcers Years
Ed Farmer (WSCR) 2006-
John Rooney, Ed Farmer (ESPN Radio 1000) 1999-2005
John Rooney, Ed Farmer (WMVP) 1996-98
John Rooney, Ed Farmer (WMAQ) 1992-95
John Rooney, Wayne Hagin (WMAQ) 1989-91
Lorn Brown, Del Crandall (WMAQ) 1985-88
Joe McConnell, Lorn Brown (WMAQ) 1984
Joe McConnell, Early Wynn, Lorn Brown (WMAQ) 1983
Joe McConnell, Early Wynn (WMAQ) 1982
Harry Caray, Joe McConnell, Rich King (WBBM) 1981
Harry Caray, Jimmy Piersall, Joe McConnell, Rich King (WBBM) 1980
Harry Caray, Jimmy Piersall, Lorn Brown (WMAQ) 1978-79
Harry Caray, Jimmy Piersall, Lorn Brown, Mary Shane (WMAQ) 1977
Harry Caray, Lorn Brown (WMAQ) 1976
Harry Caray, Bill Mercer (WMAQ) 1974-75
Harry Caray, Gene Osborn (WMAQ) 1973
Harry Caray, Ralph Faucher (WTAQ/WEAW) 1971-72
Bob Elson, Red Rush (WMAQ) 1967-70
Bob Elson, Bob Finnegan (WCFL) 1966
Bob Elson, Milo Hamilton (WCFL) 1962-65
Bob Elson, Ralph Kiner (WCFL) 1961
Bob Elson, Don Wells (WCFL) 1953-60
Bob Elson, Dick Bingham (WCFL) 1952
Bob Elson (WJJD*) 1946-51
Bob Elson, Jack Brickhouse (WJJD*) 1945
Bob Elson (WIND) 1944
* Night games were broadcast on WIND (1945-47), WFMF (1948-49), WBKI (1950) or WCFL.
From 1924-43, multiple radio stations broadcast White Sox games, including:
WMAQ (1924-34), WGN (1927-43), WCFL (1929-31, 1935-43), WIBO (1930-32), WENR (1931), WJKS (1932), WIND (1933-39, 1941-44), WBBM (1935-40) and WJJD (1937-43).
Bob Elson broadcast White Sox games on WGN from 1930-42, while Jack Brickhouse worked Sox games from 1940-43.
Exclusive radio rights to Sox games began in 1944.