Earlier this week, my Uncle from Dallas went to Chicago for a business trip. While in town, he visited Wrigley Field for a couple of Crosstown Classic matchups between the Cubs and White Sox. Knowing that I'm a big Cubs fan, he trolled me by sending pics from his seats behind the White Sox dugout:
He also suggested I watch the game on whatever channel this reporter worked for:
After doing a very quick double tap to zoom, it occurred to me that the reporter I should be watching is Siera Santos! A few years ago, she worked as "Dean Belvins' handler" (her words, not mine) at News 9. After jumping around to different markets for a couple of years, she's now the clubhouse reporter for whatever channel airs White Sox games in Chicago. Oddly enough, Kelly Crull, who worked at KOCO as Mark Rodgers' handler and then for the OKC Thunder, does the same thing for the Cubbies.
I texted my uncle back to inform him that ironically enough the anchor is a former Oklahoma City media babe, and that he should be watching for dangerous foul balls instead of attractive women. He then talked to Siera, which is the kind of embarrassing thing that uncles do, and yada yada yada, I guess Siera says "Hi" to everyone back in OKC.
Anyway, there are some pics of Siera after the jump. Check them out. I'm going to get back to watching my Friday afternoon Cubs matinee against the Mariners.