'Who's playing tonight?': Bill Walton puts on classic performance in White Sox booth


NBA legend Bill Walton stepped into the Chicago White Sox's booth for Friday's game against the Los Angeles Angels and his presence led to an unforgettable broadcast.

Before first pitch was even thrown, Walton discussed how he loved hitting high, hard ones into outer space while donning a tie-dyed shirt alongside broadcast partner Jason Benetti.

Walton kept up the shenanigans with a number of hilarious, surprising, and eye-brow raising quotes and analysis throughout the night.

Here's some of his best work.

Walton on Mike Trout, including a priceless HR call:

Walton emphatically credits Chicago's great defense on a routine fly out:

Walton loses his mind when the White Sox score the game's first run:

Walton calls Chicago's 2-0 lead "insurmountable":

He compares slow-footed catcher Welington Castillo to Usain Bolt:

His non-baseball thoughts were ... interesting:

Walton gets to call a grand slam:

Walton's baseball IQ is unmatched:

Walton signs off

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