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Former MLB Pitcher, Current Sportscaster and Author

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Steve Stone Biography

Steve Stone was born July 14, 1947 and is an American former Major League Baseball player, and current sportscaster and author.

In 1980, he was the AL Cy Young Award winner, and an American League All Star, finishing the season with a record of 257.

In early 2005 Stone was hired by Chicago radio station WSCR to provide commentary and host a weekly talk show, hosted on Mondays by Terry Boers and Dan Bernstein, on Tuesdays by Mike North, and on Thursdays by Brian Hanley and Mike Mulligan. He was also hired by ESPN to work some of that network's baseball telecasts.

In early August 2007, Stone filled in for Chicago White Sox color commentator Darrin Jackson, while Jackson took leave for the birth of his child, during which he successfully predicted a walk-off home run by Juan Uribe in extra innings. In October 2007, Stone called postseason games for TBS, partnered with play-by-play announcer Ted Robinson. On March 4, 2008, Stone was named the color commentator for White Sox radio broadcasts for the 2008 season on WSCR AM670 The Score, replacing Chris Singleton, who moved to ESPN's Baseball Tonight.

On September 13, 2008, Stone accepted the job as the color commentator for the White Sox Television Broadcasts for six years beginning with the 2009 season. He said he enjoys being in the booth with Hawk Harrelson, stating that he likes his nickname Stone Pony.

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