One of the big offseason moves in baseball was Len Kasper leaving the North Side for the South Side, leaving the Cubs' TV play-by-play role for the White Sox' radio gig.
And less than a month into his new role, Kasper called Carlos Rodón's no-hitter, the 20th in White Sox history.
Take a listen to what it sounded like below.
It wasn't Kasper's first no-hitter, the Cubs threw several while he was manning the booth at Wrigley Field.
Jake Arrieta notably threw two in under a calendar year, and Alec Mills threw one less than a year ago against the Milwaukee Brewers.
But it's special hearing Kasper call one on the South Side and on radio.
On a television broadcast the announcers can be silent and allow the viewer to take in the scene on their screen, that isn't a luxury in radio when it's on the broadcaster to describe what he's seeing to an audience that isn't watching.