Michael Kale Huff (born August 11, 1963 in Honolulu, Hawaii), is a former professional baseball player. Huff attended Northwestern University where he played baseball. He was drafted in the sixteenth round (402nd overall) in the 1985 Major League Baseball Draft. Over his career in the majors, Huff played outfield with the Dodgers, Indians, White Sox, and Blue Jays from 1989 to 1996. Huff was a member of the 1993 Western Division Champion White Sox. Michael occasionally serves as a television broadcast announcer for the Chicago White Sox, filling in for regular announcers Ken Harrelson and Steve Stone. Mike Huff also has been known to make appearances at Coal City High School, at the request of Dean Vigna. He speaks to the Varsity Club about his experiences and life in the MLB.