Chicago White Sox: Jason Benetti is one amazing broadcaster

Vincent Parise
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The Chicago White Sox have an amazing broadcaster in Jason Benetti.

The Chicago White Sox are a good team on the field right now. They are fun to watch because of how good they are at baseball but they are also fun to watch on television because of the team that brings you the game. Jason Benetti and Steve Stone form the best announcing duo in all of Major League Baseball. Chuck Garfien and Ozzie Guillen are great during the pre and postgame as well but the game is truly special with Benetti and Stone on the mic.

Today is Jason Benetti’s birthday!  He turns 37 today. He deserves many good wishes because he is such a treat to have on our television sets every single night. He loves the White Sox and the game of baseball as much as the next guy and it shows in his broadcasting. He not only loves this team/game, but he loves other games as well. You can always catch him doing a broadcast for ESPN covering many sports across the country.

It is pretty clear that his partner, a former Cy Young Award winner, is fond of him. They have great chemistry on the air which is good for fans trying to enjoy the broadcast from home. With nobody able to attend games this year, it is good that we have such a great duo.

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On top of being a wonderfully nice and passionate man, Jason Benetti is also amazing at his job. His passion for the game comes out with every big play that the White Sox are able to create. It is very difficult for a broadcaster to bring the game to words as eloquently as Benetti does it. He also knows what he is talking about when giving an opinion so, between him and Stone, the fan is smarter after they turn off the television for the night than they were when they first turned it on. Happy birthday to you, Jason. This fanbase is lucky to have a great one like you.

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