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Chicago White Sox Radio Network

The Chicago White Sox Radio Network is an American radio network airing baseball games from the Chicago White Sox. The English-language flagship is WLS (AM) 890 Chicago and there is a Spanish-language broadcast heard on WRTO/1200 in Chicago. The English language network consists of 19 stations[1] The play-by-play announcers are Ed Farmer and Jason Benetti (who joins the broadcast team for national broadcasts and for White Sox’s games where Ken Harrelson and Chuck Swirsky fills-in for him); the color commentator is Darrin Jackson.[2]
WSCR’s contract with the White Sox expired after the 2015 season. As first reported by Robert Feder of www.robertfeder.com, WLS (AM) 890, will be the new White Sox flagship station from the 2016 through the 2021 seasons. As part of the Chicago Cubs new radio contract with WBBM, the team’s radio rights will be transferred to WSCR beginning in 2016; if WSCR were to lose the rights to the White Sox to another station. (WSCR parent company CBS Radio bought the Cubs broadcast rights beginning in 2015).[3]

Contents

1 Station list

1.1 Flagships (2 stations)
1.2 Affiliates (18 stations)

1.2.1 Illinois (11 stations)
1.2.2 Indiana (6 stations)
1.2.3 Iowa (1 station)

2 References
3 External links

Station list[edit]
Flagships (2 stations)[edit]

WLS (AM) 890 (AM): Chicago (English)
WRTO/1200: Chicago (Spanish)

Affiliates (18 stations)[edit]
Illinois (11 stations)[edit]

WBIG/1280: Aurora
WCEZ/93.9: Carthage
WLBK/1360: DeKalb
WAIK/1590: Galesburg
WCMY/1430: Ottawa
WZOE/1490: Princeton
WRHL/1060: Rochelle
WSDR/1240: Sterling
WSPL/1250: Streator
WBCP/1580: Urbana (Champaign area)
WVIL/101.3: Virginia (Jacksonville area)

Indiana (6 stations)[edit]

WMRI/860: Marion
WMRS/107.7: Monticello
WSJD/100.5 Princeton
WRIN/1420: Rensselaer (daytime only)
WLQI/97.7: Rensselaer
WRDI/95.7 South Bend

Iowa (1 station)[edit]

KCPS/1150: Burlington

References[edit]

^ List of affiliates on the White Sox’s site.
^ White Sox broadcasters’ page on the White Sox site.
^ “WBBM To Be Cubs’ New Radio Home” from Chicago Tribune (May 4, 2014)

External links[edit]

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