DEATH -DEAD / OBITUARIES : White Sox Announcer Ed Farmer has died, according to a statement posted online on April. 2, 2020.
We learned of the deceased through the following tribute posted on social media.
I’m a wreck today after hearing about the loss of friend and colleague, Ed Farmer. As a Baseball broadcaster, Ed had always been a part of my life as a White Sox fan, but then I had the honor of working with him. A true individual and Chicago guy whose door was open in any town. pic.twitter.com/bylviDOjNF
— Chris Tannehill (@ChrisTannehill) April 2, 2020
We mourn the death of Ed Farmer who passed away Wednesday night.
Farmer worked as a radio broadcaster for the Chicago White Sox for nearly 30 years, played 11 seasons in the major leagues, including three with his hometown White Sox, and was a strong advocate for organ donation. pic.twitter.com/wx7itjfEYk
— Chicago White Sox (@whitesox) April 2, 2020
Very saddened by the loss of legendary @whitesox announcer and hometown hero Ed Farmer.
For nearly three decades, he was the captivating voice that carried fans–myself included–through countless day games and summer nights, ups and downs and everything in between. https://twitter.com/whitesox/status/1245697516097675264 …
Cause of Death.
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