Len Kasper had his first historic moment as the radio voice of the Chicago White Sox on the call for Carlos Rodon’s no-hitter and it was baseball magic.
Len Kasper has called some monumental games during his broadcasting career. Kasper was the TV voice for the Chicago Cubs for the last decade-and-a-half where he got to call a no-hitter from Carlos Zambrano, a pair of no-hitters from Jake Arietta and several playoff-clinching-wins and postseason milestones.
During Wednesday’s White Sox game vs. the Cleveland Indians, Kasper got his first signature moment behind the mic on the radio broadcast that’ll go down in baseball immortality.
Carlos Rodon threw a no-hitter after carrying a perfect game into the ninth inning in what is a remarkable story of perseverance and triumph on its own. But having Kasper’s voice as the backdrop for the final out is a beautiful soundtrack that amounts to pure baseball bliss.
White Sox radio call from Len Kasper on Carlos Rodon’s no-hitter is pure beauty
Kasper is in his first season as the radio voice of the White Sox and it didn’t take long for him to witness history. If you were watching the TV broadcast of the no-hitter, you got a brilliant call from Jason Benetti and Steve Stone, which is the norm for that great pair.
For those who weren’t able to watch or just prefer to listen to the radio broadcast for their baseball soundtrack, they got to enjoy the rich pipes of Kasper provide his voice for another moment of baseball history.