It's been quite the start to the weekend for hip hop recording artist and South Side native Chance the Rapper.
Just hours after his New Era limited edition White Sox caps sold out in minutes, Chance the Rapper — born Chancelor Bennett — made an appearance at U.S. Cellular Field to toss the ceremonial first pitch prior to the White Sox home opener against the Cleveland Indians Friday afternoon.
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Chance the Rapper, who grew up in Chicago's West Chatham neighborhood, threw a strike to White Sox ace Chris Sale.
After the ball landed in Sale's mitt, Chance the Rapper celebrated with a few dance moves on the pitcher's mound.
Watch the complete video of Chance the Rapper's first pitch above.
In this episode of the SportsTalk Live Podcast, Danny Parkins (670 The Score), Chris Bleck (ESPN 1000) and Scott King (WGN Radio) join David Kaplan on the panel.
Ryan Pace’s offseason begins. Josh Sitton and Jerrell Freeman are gone, but what will he do with Kyle Fuller?
Plus, Rick Hahn joins Kap from Glendale, Ariz., to discuss the state of the White Sox rebuild, how tough it is to keep their best prospects in the minors and why Jose Abreu is so important for his young team?
Listen to the full episode at this link or in the embedded player below:
The White Sox three outfield prospects are creating a lot of buzz at spring training.
On this edition of the podcast, Micker Adolfo tells Chuck Garfien about a conversation they all had about one day becoming the starting outfield for the White Sox. Adolfo talks about his longtime friendship with Eloy Jimenez, his impressions of Luis Robert, Luis Basabe and the White Sox future.
But first, it's a conversation with MLB.com's Jesse Sanchez who has great insight on many of the White Sox players: Jimenez, Robert, Yoan Moncada and Jose Abreu. He tells an amazing story about why Jimenez decided to sign with the Cubs when he was a teenager, how much Abreu is revered in Cuba and much more.
Listen to the full episode at this link (iOS users can go here) or in the embedded player below. Subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts.