Chicago White Sox legend and Comcast SportsNet Chicago analyst Frank Thomas is a first ballot Hall of Famer; as we expected.
CSN Chicago will cover the Frank Thomas H.O.F. story like a glove. Here are the specifics.
Frank Thomas Hall of Fame Special – Comcast SportsNet will provide viewers with an “exclusive, first reaction interview” with Frank Thomas in this half-hour special that will chronicle “The Big Hurt’s” illustrious career.
The special, hosted by David Kaplan & Chris Boden, will also feature numerous career highlights and interviews with Frank Thomas through the years, along with additional coverage focusing on today’s Baseball Hall of Fame election of former Cubs pitcher Greg Maddux.
3:30 PM – White Sox Press Conference/Frank Thomas HOF – Comcast SportsNet & CSNChicago.com will go to U.S. Cellular Field for live coverage of the White Sox official press conference featuring Frank Thomas addressing the media regarding his Hall of Fame election.
In addition for today, SportsTalk Live at 5:30 PM (hosted by David Kaplan) will focus on the Baseball Hall of Fame election announcements of both Frank Thomas and Maddux, along with discussion on those players who did not make the cut this year. Also, SportsNet Central at 6:30 PM and 10:00/10:30 will also provide fans with Hall of Fame election coverage.
Tomorrow morning at 10:00 AM, Comcast SportsNet will provide livecoverage (via MLB Network) of Major League Baseball’s official press conference introducing all the 2014 Baseball Hall of Fame inductees.
Tomorrow night at 7:00 PM on Comcast SportsNet, fans can look forward to a “White Sox/ Frank Thomas Classic” game replay from May 25, 1994 featuring the White Sox hosting the Minnesota Twins. Frank Thomas went 4 for 5 that featured a pair of home runs, along with five RBI.
Paul M. Banks is the owner of The Sports Bank.net, an affiliate of Fox Sports. He’s also an analyst for multiple news talk radio stations across the country; with regular weekly segments discussing: Illinois, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Bears and Bulls on NBC and Fox Sports Radio. President Barack Obama follows him on Twitter (@paulmbanks)
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