Hawk Harrelson will be totally nice to Brian Kenny on MLB Now this afternoon, we're sure

Jonathan Daniel

This won't be cringe-y at all. No sir.

Kenneth Smith "Hawk" Harrelson will have his day in the fictional, televised court of MLB Now.

After co-host Brian Kenny called out the longtime Chicago White Sox play-by-play man, the two will finally meet on television today at 4 p.m. ET, and it should make for some interesting, potentially cringe-worthy television.

If you don't recall what happened a couple of weeks ago, take a look.

I mean, if you're a baseball fan on the internet, you're going to side with Kenny, no questions asked. His approach is clearly the more reasoned, logical one. It'll be interesting, however, to see if Kenny goes all in on his critique of Harrelson, or if the two are willing to play nice. This could be a pivotal, buzz-worthy moment for MLB Now, which is in its fourth week on the air. Either way, it might be worth setting the ol' DVR for this afternoon.

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