The Chicago White Sox are a professional baseball team based in the city of Chicago. Founded in 1901, they have been part of Major League Baseball’s American League since its inception and currently compete as members of the AL Central division. The team is owned by Jerry Reinsdorf and plays their home games at Guaranteed Rate Field located on the South Side of town. Along with fellow MLB franchise from Chicago, the Cubs, both teams bring an exciting atmosphere to Windy City fans every summer season.
1. Frank Thomas
- 5× All-Star (1993–1997), 2× AL MVP (1993, 1994), 4× Silver Slugger Award (1991, 1993, 1994, 2000), AL batting champion (1997), Chicago White Sox No. 35 retired
Frank Thomas spent his entire 18-year MLB career with the Chicago White Sox, amassing 521 home runs and 2,468 hits. He was a three-time American League MVP (1995, 1998, 2003) and won an AL Championship in 2005 as part of the White Sox team that came within one game of reaching the World Series.
In 2008 he was traded to Oakland and played his last season before retiring at the end of it. Frank Thomas is currently a broadcaster for Fox Sports Midwest covering baseball games in that region. He has also been involved in several business ventures outside of baseball including owning a restaurant chain called "The Keg" which closed down after only two years in operation due to financial difficulties Frank Thomas is a five-time all-star and two time MVP.
He won the batting championship in 1997 with a .342 average. Thomas was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2014 after being voted in on his first ballot by 83.7%. Frank Thomas spent most of his career with the Chicago White Sox, where he was named an All Star for six seasons and became their franchise leader in home runs (630). After playing just one season for Oakland, he signed with Toronto as a free agent and ended up winning two more Silver Slugger Awards before retiring at age 41 due to injury
2. José Abreu
- 3× All-Star (2014, 2018, 2019), AL MVP (2020), All-MLB Second Team (2020), AL Rookie of the Year (2014), 3× Silver Slugger Award (2014, 2018, 2020), AL Hank Aaron Award (2020), 2× AL RBI leader (2019, 2020)
José Abreu is a 35-year-old first baseman/designated hitter who has played in the Major Leagues for the Chicago White Sox since 2014. Abreu was born in Cruces, Cienfuegos, Cuba and came to the United States when he was 9 years old.
He started playing baseball at an early age and eventually made his way up through the Cuban amateur system before signing with the White Sox as a free agent in 2011. Abreu hit .292 with 1,445 hits and 243 home runs over 683 career MLB games played so far - all of which have been with Chicago except for one appearance each with Houston (2015) and Detroit (2018).
His best season to date came in 2018 when he led all American League first basemen in batting average (.314), hits (171), home runs (41) and RBIs (118). In addition to being a talented hitter, Abreu also possesses good power off of batted balls - ranking second among AL hitters behind only Nelson Cruz with 43 “hard hit” doubles this past season alone. As impressive as his offensive numbers are though, what really makes José Abreu stand out is his ability to stay healthy – having only missed 26 total games throughout his entire career thus far.
With nearly 1700 professional hits under his belt already, it's safe to say that José Abreu is one of the most accomplished ballplayers currently active – let alone from Cuba.
3. Paul Konerko
- 6× All-Star (2002, 2005, 2006, 2010–2012), World Series champion (2005), ALCS MVP (2005), Roberto Clemente Award (2014), Chicago White Sox captain (2006–2014), Chicago White Sox No. 14 retired
Paul Konerko is a professional baseball player who has spent his entire career with the Chicago White Sox. He was drafted by the Dodgers in the second round of the 1997 MLB Draft and made his debut for them on September 8, 1997.
In 2002, he led all hitters in batting average (.331) and home runs (38). He won an American League Championship Series MVP Award in 2005 while playing for the Boston Red Sox and also helped lead them to their first World Series championship since 1918 that year.
On September 28th, 2014, Paul Konerko announced his retirement from professional baseball after 12 seasons with the White Sox organization including 10 full seasons at first base He currently holds several team records including most games played (1,755), hits (2,430), doubles (248), RBIs (1,060), walks (868) and total bases (5,358).
Konerko was named an All-Star six times during his career and finished as runner up once in 2006 behind Barry Bonds' record-breaking 73 homers. In 2009 he became just the fifth player ever to hit 50 or more home runs in three different decades – joining Hank Aaron ('55-'69; 755 HRs), Babe Ruth ('20-'29; 614 HRs), Willie Mays ('56-'72; 511 HRs) & Alex Rodriguez ('98‐present; 496 HRs)).
9 .On November 21st 2011 Paul married actress Jennifer Aniston whom he met on set of her film "We're The Millers"
4. Robin Ventura
- 2× All-Star (1992, 2002), 6× Gold Glove Award (1991–1993, 1996, 1998, 1999), Golden Spikes Award (1988), Dick Howser Trophy (1988)
Ventura was a third baseman and manager in the MLB. Ventura made his MLB debut with the Chicago White Sox in 1989 and played for them until 2004. In that time, he had a batting average of .267 with 294 home runs and 1,182 RBIs.
Ventura is most notable for leading the Dodgers to their first World Series championship in franchise history in 1998, as well as taking them to the playoffs six other times over his career including 2001 when they lost to the New York Yankees in seven games; 2002 when they lost to Tampa Bay Devil Rays; 2003 when they advanced past Arizona Diamondbacks but were eliminated by Boston Red Sox; 2005 after winning 93 games on their way to becoming only team ever (at that point) with 15 consecutive seasons of at least 100 wins; 2007 losing against Philadelphia Phillies in 6 game NLCS which led him being fired from managerial post one game into 2008 season despite having another year left on contract He has also been a hitting coach for both teams during this period - Los Angeles Angels (2011-2013), San Diego Padres (2014-present) 6 As of March 9th 2019 he is coaching Team Mexico at2019 Baseball World Cup
5. Mark Buehrle
- 5× All-Star (2002, 2005, 2006, 2009, 2014), World Series champion (2005), 4× Gold Glove Award (2009–2012), Pitched a perfect game on July 23, 2009, Pitched a no-hitter on April 18, 2007, Chicago White Sox No. 56 retired
Buehrle is a left-handed pitcher who has been with the Toronto Blue Jays since 2015. He was drafted by the Chicago White Sox in 2000, and made his MLB debut that year.
Buehrle's most successful years have come later in his career, when he has averaged over 200 innings pitched per season. In 2015, he had an impressive season where he finished fourth in Cy Young voting.
Buehrle will be 44 years old at the end of this season, so it may be time for him to retire from baseball after 15 seasons in the league Mark Buehrle is a 9-time All-Star and 4x World Series champion. He has pitched 2,704 innings in the MLB with 214 wins and 160 losses.
His earned run average (ERA) is 3.81, which ranks him 10th all time in that category among pitchers with at least 2,000 innings pitched. Mark Buehrle throws a four-seam fastball and two-seam fastball for his main pitches, but he also incorporates a slider into his repertoire from time to time.
In 2013–2015, he played for the Toronto Blue Jays before joining the Miami Marlins in 2016 as their starting pitcher after Jose Fernandez's death caused them to rebuild their team
6. Eddie Collins
- 6× World Series champion (1910, 1911, 1913, 1917, 1929, 1930), AL MVP (1914), 4× AL stolen base leader (1910, 1919, 1923, 1924), Philadelphia Baseball Wall of Fame, Athletics Hall of Fame, Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame
Eddie Collins was born in Millerton, New York on May 2, 1887. He made his MLB debut for the Philadelphia Athletics in 1906 and played until 1930. In 3285 games, he batted .333 with 3,315 hits and 315 runs scored.
Collins also managed the Athletics from 1923 to 1926 and Boston Red Sox from 1929 to 1931. Eddie Collins died on March 25, 1951 at the age of 63 after a long illness Collins was one of the most successful players in baseball history, winning six World Series championships and MVP honors.
Collins spent almost his entire career with the Philadelphia Athletics, playing from 1906 to 1930. He is best known for his speed on the base paths and his ability to hit home runs consistently. Collins also led the American League in stolen bases four times during his career. After retiring as a player, Collins served as manager of the Chicago White Sox for two seasons before joining ABC television as a commentator in 1951.
7. Minnie Miñoso
- 2x NgL All-Star (1947–1948), 9× All-Star (1951–1954, 1957, 1959–1960²), Negro World Series champion (1947), 3× Gold Glove Award (1957, 1959, 1960), 3× AL stolen base leader (1951–1953), Chicago White Sox No. 9 retired
Miñoso was a left fielder for the Chicago White Sox from 1949-1980 and is considered one of the greatest hitters in baseball history. Miñoso played in six World Series, winning three (1953, 1956, 1967), and earned MVP honors in 1957.
In his 19-year MLB career, Miñoso hit .299 with 602 home runs and 1,814 RBIs. After retiring as a player, Miñoso served as an executive with the White Sox organization before passing away at 91 years old on March 1st 2015. Minnie Miñoso was one of the most feared sluggers in baseball during his playing days.
He hit for power and average, and earned two All-Star selections. After retiring from MLB play, Minnie went on to have a successful career as a manager and coach.
8. Billy Pierce
- 7× All-Star (1953, 1955–1959, 1961), World Series champion (1945), AL wins leader (1957), MLB ERA leader (1955), AL strikeout leader (1953), Chicago White Sox No. 19 retired
Pierce was one of the most successful pitchers in baseball history, winning 355 games over a 20-year career. He won seven National League Cy Young Awards, and was runner-up four times.
Pierce also had success in the World Series, with five championships (all with the Giants). In 1998, Pierce was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame. Pierce passed away at age 88 after a long battle with Alzheimer's disease.
Pierce had a record of 211-169 in his career with 3.27 ERA and 1,999 strikeouts. He was an All-Star seven times and won the World Series as manager of the Detroit Tigers in 1945. Pierce is also known for leading the AL in wins (1957) and strikeouts (1953).
9. Luke Appling
- 7× All-Star (1936, 1939–1941, 1943, 1946, 1947), 2× AL batting champion (1936, 1943), Chicago White Sox No. 4 retired
Luke Appling was a shortstop who played for the Chicago White Sox from 1930-1950. He batted .310 with 2,749 hits and 45 home runs in his MLB career. Luke Appling was born on April 2, 1907 in High Point, North Carolina and died on January 3, 1991 in Cumming, Georgia at the age of 83 years old.
In high schoolLuke played football as well as baseball and earned All-State honors both seasons he participated. After graduation from high school Luke attended Wake Forest University where he starred as a shortstop for the Demon Deacons before being drafted by the Chicago White Sox in 1930. Luke spent 11 seasons with the White Sox before retiring after 1950 season due to injury; during that time he won three American League MVP Awards (1941–43) and two World Series titles (1945 & 1948).
After retirement from baseball Luke served as manager of minor league teams throughout America until his death at the age of 83 years old in 1991
10. Luis Robert
- Gold Glove Award (2020)
Luis Robert was born on August 3, 1997 in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. He is an outfielder for the Chicago White Sox and made his MLB debut in 2020. Luis Robert has 36 home runs through 2022 with a batting average of .289.
Luis Robert has been involved in two international incidents while playing baseball: one where he threw a punch at an umpire and another where he spit on someone during a game against Venezuela. Despite these incidents, Luis Robert remains eligible to play professional baseball due to the Cuban embargo which restricts travel by Cubans outside of their country borders..
In June 2019, it was announced that Roberto would undergo Tommy John surgery after injuring his elbow pitching for the Knights minor league affiliate Charlotte Knights. Luis Robert is a Cuban-born right fielder who has played in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Chicago White Sox. He was drafted with the first overall pick of the 2020 MLB Draft by the White Sox and made his debut in September 2020.
Injuries have limited Luis Robert to just 131 runs batted in (RBIs), but he's proven himself as one of baseball's best hitters, hitting .291/.381/.543 with 11 home runs over 592 at-bats in his career so far. Luis Robert is an Olympic gold medalist and two-time World Series champion player, having won both titles with the Boston Red Sox in 2018 and 2019 respectively. His charity work includes raising money for children affected by cancer through his "Luis Roberto Foundation".
11. Chris Sale
- 7× All-Star (2012–2018), World Series champion (2018), 2× AL strikeout leader (2015, 2017), , MLB records, , 5.33 career strikeout-to-walk ratio, Reached 2,000 strikeouts in the fewest innings (1,626.0 innings), Most immaculate innings pitched (3, tied with Sandy Koufax and Max Scherzer)
Chris Sale is a pitcher for the Boston Red Sox and he has had an amazing career. He has won 114 games in his MLB career, which is more than any other pitcher in baseball history.
Chris Sale was born on March 30, 1989, in Lakeland, Florida. He started playing baseball when he was young and quickly became one of the best pitchers in America. In 2010, Chris Sale made his MLB debut with the Chicago White Sox and hasn't looked back since then.
His incredible record as a professional pitcher speaks for itself - it's time to watch him play. As an avid sports fan myself, I can definitely say that Chris Sale is one of my all-time favorite athletes. Watching him pitch is always exciting - whether he's winning or losing (which seems to be most of the time.), it's always fascinating stuff.
You can find out more about Chris Sale by visiting his website or following him on social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter.
12. Yoán Moncada
Yoán Moncada was born in Abreus, Cuba on May 27th 1995. He made his MLB debut with the Boston Red Sox in 2016 and hit .284 with 4 home runs and 20 RBIs over 53 games.
Yoán is a switch hitter who throws right-handed. Moncada has been called "the next big thing" by many experts and has been compared to current stars like Bryce Harper and Manny Machado.
Yoán is currently playing for the Chicago White Sox organization where he hopes to continue developing into one of the best players in baseball Moncada is a 23-year old Cuban outfielder who has been playing in the United States since he was 16 years old.
Moncada made his major league debut with the Boston Red Sox in 2016 and had an excellent rookie season, batting .253 with 82 home runs and 299 RBIs over 647 plate appearances. In 2017, Moncada signed with the Chicago White Sox and continued to produce at a high level, hitting 36 home runs over 562 PA's while also driving in 134 Runs.
Despite being only 24 years old, it is likely that Moncada will continue to produce at a high level for many more seasons to come due to his impressive skills as both an outfielder and hitter.
13. Tim Anderson
- 2× All-Star (2021, 2022), Silver Slugger Award (2020), AL batting champion (2019)
Anderson was drafted in the first round of the 2012 MLB Draft by the Chicago White Sox. Anderson made his MLB debut with the Chicago White Sox in 2016 and has since appeared in a total of 104 games, batting .259 with 10 home runs and 44 RBIs.
In 2017, Anderson played for the Detroit Tigers before joining the White Sox mid-season on a two year contract worth $10 million dollars. Anderson is known for his strong defense at shortstop as well as his power hitting ability from both sides of the plate.
He is also capable of playing other positions if need be due to injury or roster depletion. The 29-year-old will look to continue his success in 2018 with another season with the Chicago White Sox Tim Anderson is a talented and promising all-around player who has enjoyed success both in the Majors and internationally.
He was drafted by the Chicago White Sox in 2013, and he quickly established himself as one of their key players. In 2016, he won his first Silver Slugger Award, and in 2019 he became the AL batting champion. Anderson is known for his strong defensive play at shortstop, making him an important part of any team's defense; additionally, he has a good eye at hitting balls out of the park.
He will be playing with the Chicago White Sox until 2022; afterwards we'll see what else comes his way.
14. Harold Baines
- 6× All-Star (1985–1987, 1989, 1991, 1999), World Series champion (2005), Silver Slugger Award (1989), Chicago White Sox No. 3 retired, Baltimore Orioles Hall of Fame
Harold Baines is a former right fielder in the MLB. He played for the Chicago White Sox from 1980 to 2001. Harold Baines had an illustrious career in baseball, finishing with 2,866 hits and 384 home runs.
Harold Baines was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2003 after being voted on by fans and players alike. After his retirement from playing professional baseball, Harold Baines has been working as a broadcaster for Fox Sports Midwest.
In 2011, he became manager of the Class A Quad Cities River Bandits for one season before retiring again at the end of that year due to health concerns stemming from diabetes Harold Baines was a two-time All-Star and World Series champion in the 1980s with the Chicago White Sox.
He also won a Silver Slugger Award as an outfielder for his performances during that time period. Baines spent most of his playing career with the Texas Rangers, Oakland Athletics and Baltimore Orioles before coaching in Chicago for four seasons beginning in 2004.
15. Magglio Ordóñez
- 6× All-Star (1999–2001, 2003, 2006, 2007), 3× Silver Slugger Award (2000, 2002, 2007), AL batting champion (2007)
Magglio Ordóñez was a right fielder for the Detroit Tigers from 1997 to 2011. He played in over 2,000 games and had a .290 batting average with 253 home runs and 1,080 RBIs.
Magglio Ordóñez is known as one of the most consistent hitters in baseball history. In 2009 he became only the fourth player ever to have 300 hits and 100 stolen bases in a season.
After spending five seasons with Chicago White Sox, including two World Series appearances, Magglio spent three seasons with the Tigers before being traded to Cleveland Indians during the 2010 season.
On September 27th 2011, at age 36, Magglio announced his retirement from professional baseball after playing his final game against the Texas Rangers Magglio Ordóñez is a five-time All-Star and three-time Silver Slugger Award winner.
Magglio has played for the Chicago White Sox (1997–2004) and Detroit Tigers (2005–2011). His batting average of .309 ranks eighth all-time among switch hitters, while his home run total of 294 places him tenth on that list. Magglio was also an AL batting champion in 2007, which culminated with him winning the American League MVP award at season's end.
In 2011, he retired after playing his final game as a member of the Detroit Tigers
16. Yasmani Grandal
- 2× All-Star (2015, 2019), All-MLB Second Team (2019), ACC Baseball Player of the Year (2010)
Yasmani Grandal is a catcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers. He was drafted in the fourth round of the 2008 MLB draft by San Diego Padres and made his debut with them in 2012.
In 2017, he was traded to the Chicago White Sox and had an excellent season there, catching 83 games and batting .291/.361/.531 with 24 home runs. Grandal has been a Gold Glove Award winner twice (2013-2014) and won another one in 2017.
Yasmani is married to fellow Cuban outfielder Yulieski Gourriel and they have two daughters together - Kiariya Grandal Gourriel (born March 2016) and Kaelin Gracelyn Gourriel (born January 2018). Yasmani Grandal is a catcher who has played for the Padres, Dodgers, Brewers and White Sox in his career.
He was drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers in 2009 and had an outstanding rookie season, winning NL Rookie of the Year honors. In 2013 he signed with the Los Angeles Dodgers and became one of their top players over the next few years. He won two more All-Star games and was named to three more All-NBA Teams before being traded to San Diego in December 2014.
He spent four seasons with the Padres before moving on to Chicago where he's been their regular catcher since 2020
17. Eloy Jiménez
- Silver Slugger Award (2020)
Eloy Jiménez is a 26-year-old outfielder for the Chicago White Sox. He was signed by the White Sox as an international free agent in 2014. In 2016, he made his MLB debut and hit .270 with 3 home runs and 14 RBIs in 54 games.
Jimenez has played all three outfield positions in his career thus far, as well as first base. Some of his best baseball moments have come during the postseason, where he has batted .378 (7 for 19) with 2 home runs and 5 RBIs in 6 games including a walk off HR against the Cleveland Indians in Game 7 of the 2017 American League Championship Series..
Eloy Jimenez is considered to be one of baseball's most promising young stars Eloy Jiménez was drafted in the first round by the Chicago White Sox in the 2018 MLB Draft. Eloy Jimenez is considered to be one of the best hitting prospects in all of baseball and has a lot of potential to become an All-Star caliber player. His rookie season with the White Sox was very successful, as he hit .276 with 71 home runs and 211 RBIs.
In 2019, Eloy had another great year, batting .286 with 24 home runs and 85 RBIs over 95 games played for Chicago. While his offensive numbers may not seem that impressive at first glance, it's important to remember that he also plays defense at shortstop which helps make him a valuable asset for any team he goes on to play for in future seasons. He is signed through 2022 with the White Sox, so there's no doubt that fans can look forward to many more years of outstanding performances from this talented young player.
18. Jim Thome
- 5× All-Star (1997–1999, 2004, 2006), Silver Slugger Award (1996), AL Comeback Player of the Year (2006), Roberto Clemente Award (2002), NL home run leader (2003), Cleveland Guardians No. 25 retired, Cleveland Guardians Hall of Fame, Philadelphia Phillies Wall of Fame
Jim Thome is a three-time All-Star and has had a lengthy MLB career. He was drafted by the Cleveland Indians in 1991 and spent most of his time with them, before being traded to Baltimore in 2012.
In 1998, he became one of only four players in history to hit 30 home runs and steal 30 bases in the same season - an achievement that still stands today. JimThome currently resides outside of Chicago with his family.
Jim Thome is one of the most successful hitters in history. He has five All-Star selections, a Silver Slugger Award and an AL Comeback Player of the Year award to his name. Jim Thome played for Cleveland Indians from 1991 to 2002 before moving on to play for Philadelphia Phillies from 2003 to 2005 and then Chicago White Sox from 2006 to 2009.
In 2010, he joined the Minnesota Twins where he spent two seasons before signing with the Cleveland Indians in 2011. Jim Thome retired as a Phillie in 2012 after playing just 11 games due to injury but continued his involvement with the team by being inducted into their Hall of Fame later that year alongside other greats such as Bob Feller, Lou Gehrig and Joe Jackson.
19. Dick Allen
- 7× All-Star (1965–1967, 1970, 1972–1974), AL MVP (1972), NL Rookie of the Year (1964), 2× AL home run leader (1972, 1974), AL RBI leader (1972), Philadelphia Phillies No. 15 retired, Philadelphia Phillies Wall of Fame
Dick Allen was a well-known and popular player in the MLB for over thirty years. He had an impressive batting average, as well as becoming a three-time All Star.
Dick also threw right, which made him one of few players to do so at any level of baseball. Unfortunately, Dick's career ended prematurely due to injuries sustained while playing ball professionally.
However, even after his death in 2020, Dick will remain remembered by many fans for his exceptional play on the field. Dick Allen was an All-Star and MVP catcher in the mid 1970s. He is most famous for his home runs, which he hit at a high rate throughout his career.
Allen also had success batting leadoff for the Phillies, leading them to two World Series appearances in the process. After playing for seven teams over 12 seasons, Dick Allen retired from baseball with 2,583 hits and 351 home runs under his belt.
20. A. J. Pierzynski
- 2× All-Star (2002, 2006), World Series champion (2005), Silver Slugger Award (2012)
Pierzynski is a veteran catcher in the MLB who has played for many teams over his 16-year career. He was drafted by the Minnesota Twins in 1998 and made his debut with them that year.
Pierzynski spent most of his time with the Twins before moving on to other teams, including Atlanta Braves, Texas Rangers, Chicago White Sox and Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Pierzynski's batting average is around .280 throughout his career and he has been able to play at all positions behind the plate except first base (although he did try it once).
Pierzynski was named an All-Star twice as well as being selected to two World Series squads - one with Minnesota Twins team in 2003 and another with Atlanta Braves in 2016 - where they were unfortunately unable to win any games against either Boston Red Sox or Cleveland Indians respectively.
21. Ray Durham
- 2× All-Star (1998, 2000)
Ray Durham is a 2nd baseman who has played for the Chicago White Sox, Milwaukee Brewers, and Atlanta Braves. Ray was drafted by the Chicago White Sox in the first round of the 1995 MLB Draft.
He made his MLB debut with the White Sox that year and hit .269 with 4 home runs and 34 RBIs in 135 games. In 1999, he signed as a free agent with the Milwaukee Brewers where he would remain until 2008 when he was traded to Atlanta Braves just before the season started.
With Atlanta, Ray had one of his best seasons hitting .285 with 20 home runs and 91 RBIs en route to being named an All-Star for th first time in his career. Unfortunately due to injury (torn labrum) which ended his 2009 campaign prematurely at age 35, Durham retired from baseball after playing 12 years in Major League Baseball (MLB).
After retirement Ray became a broadcaster for Fox Sports South covering both baseball and basketball coverage including regular appearances on "Fox Sunday" alongside Tim McCarver as color commentator.
22. Dallas Keuchel
- 2× All-Star (2015, 2017), World Series champion (2017), AL Cy Young Award (2015), 5× Gold Glove Award (2014–2016, 2018, 2021), AL wins leader (2015)
Dallas Keuchel is a 35-year-old pitcher who has been with the Houston Astros since 2012. He has had a decent career, but he really came into his own in 2017 when he led the American League in wins and strikeouts.
Keuchel will be an unrestricted free agent at the end of this season, so there's no telling what team he'll sign with next year. Dallas Keuchel is a talented pitcher who has won multiple awards and accolades during his career.
He was born in Houston, Texas, in 1988 and played college baseball at the University of Arkansas. After spending time with the Astros organization as a minor leaguer, he made his big league debut in 2012 and quickly established himself as one of the best pitchers in the game.
In 2015, he became only the second player ever to win both an AL Cy Young Award and World Series MVP award (the other being Roger Clemens). Keuchel has been incredibly durable over his career – missing just 10 starts since making his MLB debut – which has led to him becoming one of baseball’s most consistent starters over the past few years.
23. Jermaine Dye
- 2× All-Star (2000, 2006), World Series champion (2005), World Series MVP (2005), Gold Glove Award (2000), Silver Slugger Award (2006)
Jermaine Dye was born in Oakland, California in 1974. He made his MLB debut with the Atlanta Braves in 1996 and spent the next 10 seasons with several other teams before joining the Chicago White Sox in 2009.
In 2007, Jermaine hit .287 with 39 home runs and 115 RBIs for the White Sox. He announced his retirement from baseball after playing one last season for the Detroit Tigers in 2010. Jermaine is a three-time All-Star and two-time Gold Glove winner who ranks fourth all time on Atlanta's career home run list with 232 hits behind Hank Aaron, Ty Cobb, and Stan Musial..
After retiring as a player he has since started working as an analyst for ESPN covering Major League Baseball games live or tape delayed.. Dye is a three-time All Star and World Series Champion, who played for the Atlanta Braves (1996) and Kansas City Royals (1997–2001). Dye hit over .300 in six of his ten seasons with over 1,000 hits. In 2005, he was traded to the Chicago White Sox where he won another Gold Glove Award and Silver Slugger Award while leading the American League in home runs that year with 38.
He finished his career playing for Oakland Athletics from 2001-2004 before retiring at age 37 due to injury complications stemming from a collision at home plate during game 5 of the 2004 ALCS against Boston Red Sox
24. Luis Aparicio
- 13× All-Star (1958–1960², 1961²–1964, 1970–1972), World Series champion (1966), AL Rookie of the Year (1956), 9× Gold Glove Award (1958–1962, 1964, 1966, 1968, 1970), 9× AL stolen base leader (1956–1964), Chicago White Sox No. 11 retired, Baltimore Orioles Hall of Fame
Luis Aparicio was a shortstop in the MLB for over 20 years, playing with the White Sox and Red Sox. He had a lengthy career and is best known for his batting average of .262 and home runs total of 83.
Luis Aparicio played primarily at shortstop but also saw time at first base and second base. After finishing his MLB career with the Boston Red Sox, he retired from baseball in 1973. Luis Aparicio has been married to Adriana since 1956, they have four children together: Pedro, Silvia, Diego Jr., Argelia (known as Alge).
In 2006, Luis Aparicio was inducted into the Venezuelan Baseball Hall of Fame along with former major league players Orlando Cepeda and José Cruz Herrera.. Luis Aparicio was a five-time All Star and World Series champion with the White Sox. He was also an outstanding baserunner, winning nine Gold Glove Awards during his career.
Luis Aparicio's greatest moments came on the field of play where he made significant contributions to several teams over a lengthy period of time.
25. Red Faber
- World Series champion (1917), 2× AL ERA leader (1921, 1922)
Red Faber was a pitcher and played for the Chicago White Sox in the MLB. He had a long career, playing until 1933. Red Faber threw right-handed and batted left-handed.
His best years were during the early 1920s, when he had an ERA of 2.75 in 233 innings pitched. After his retirement from baseball, Red Faber worked as a scout for other teams before eventually retiring to Illinois where he passed away in 1976 at age 88 Faber was a dominant pitcher for the Chicago White Sox from 1914 to 1933.
He led the league in ERA three times and won two World Series championships with the team. Faber had an amazing record of 254 wins, 213 losses and 3.15 ERA during his career. He struck out 1,471 batters and earned himself a place in baseball's Hall of Fame.
26. Ed Walsh
- World Series champion (1906), AL wins leader (1908), 2× AL ERA leader (1907, 1910), 2× AL strikeout leader (1908, 1911), MLB record 1.82 career ERA, Pitched a no-hitter on August 27, 1911
Ed Walsh is one of the most successful pitchers in baseball history, with a 195-126 record and an ERA of 1.82. He was born on May 14, 1881, in Plains Township, Pennsylvania.
After playing for several minor league teams, Ed made his MLB debut for the Chicago White Sox on May 7th of 1904 at the age of just 20 years old. Over the next ten seasons he would continue to play for various MLB teams before joining the Boston Braves in 1917 where he finished his career two years later with an ERA of 2.11 (the lowest recorded by any pitcher during that time).
In total Ed played 12 seasons in Major League Baseball and amassed over 3200 strikeouts which makes him one of only three pitchers ever to achieve this milestone. Following his retirement from professional baseball Ed settled down in Pompano Beach, Florida where he passed away aged 78 on May 26th 1959 after a long illness。
27. Ted Lyons
- All-Star (1939), 2× AL wins leader (1925, 1927), AL ERA leader (1942), Pitched a no-hitter on August 21, 1926, Chicago White Sox No. 16 retired
Ted Lyons was a pitcher and manager in the MLB for over 25 years. He played for the Chicago White Sox from 1923 to 1946, finishing with a record of 260 wins and 230 losses.
In his career, Lyons led the league in earned run average twice (1941 and 1944) and finished second once (1935). He also had two consecutive seasons with 30 or more victories (1941-42 and 1942-43), becoming one of only four pitchers in history to achieve this feat.
Ted Lyons is considered one of baseball's all-time great managers, winning three division titles with the White Sox during his tenure there as well as an American League pennant in 1945. Born in Chicago, IL, Ted Lyons played for the White Sox as a pitcher from 1923 to 1942.
He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1965 and is currently one of only four pitchers (along with Nolan Ryan, Sandy Koufax, and Greg Maddux) enshrined who never won a Cy Young Award. During his playing career Lyons compiled a 185-245 record with 1,073 strikeouts while pitching five no-hitters.
As manager he led the White Sox to two AL pennants and an appearance in the World Series but was unable to win it all.
28. Aaron Bummer
Aaron Bummer is a 29-year old pitcher for the Chicago White Sox. He originally played college baseball at UC Santa Barbara, before being drafted in the third round of the 2015 MLB Draft by the Houston Astros.
In 2017, Bummer made his major league debut with the Astros and appeared in 13 games out of their bullpen, posting an ERA of 3.86 over 33 innings pitched. After appearing in only 4 games with Houston in 2018 due to injury, Bummer was traded to the White Sox earlier this year as part of a package that also brought Tyler Clippard and David Robertson to Houston.
Aaron has spent most of his career splitting time between starting and relief roles but is now looking forward to providing stability for both pitching staffs while developing into more than just an inning eater or set up man; he wants to be considered one of (if not THE) best pitchers on his team someday. Aaron's nickname "The Beast" comes from former teammate Lance McCullers Jr., who called him that after seeing how much work he put into lifting weights during off season conditioning sessions...
which sounds about right given Aaron's intimidating presence on the mound. Outside of baseball Aaron enjoys spending time with friends and family, playing video games and hiking - you can probably expect him doing something physical when he takes the mound next.
29. Wilbur Wood
- 3× All-Star (1971, 1972, 1974), 2× AL wins leader (1972, 1973)
Wilbur Wood was a pitcher in Major League Baseball for 14 seasons, from 1961 to 1978. He had a successful career with the Boston Red Sox and Chicago White Sox, compiling an 82-63 record with 1,247 strikeouts and a 3.92 ERA.
Wood is best known for his durability; he appeared in more than 150 games in 14 seasons (and finished no worse than seventh in voting for the Cy Young Award seven times). His most famous moment came on August 22nd, 1978: against the Detroit Tigers at Comiskey Park, Wilbur Wood became only the fourth player ever to complete an entire game without allowing a hit or walking anyone (he retired all ten batters he faced).
After leaving baseball, Wood worked as a television broadcaster and served as pitching coach of the independent Sugar Land Skeeters from 1999 to 2002 before retiring completely at age 68 in 2003.
30. Leury García
Leury Garcia was born in Santiago, Dominican Republic on March 18th of 1991. Garcia played for the Rangers minor league affiliate in Frisco from 2013-2015 and then made his MLB debut with the Texas Rangers on April 6th of last year.
He has appeared in 58 games for the Rangers this season, batting .222/.269/.302 with 4 home runs and 16 RBIs. Garcia is a utility player who can play both outfield and infield positions as needed by manager Jeff Banister. Garcia was signed by the Texas Rangers in 2013 and made his MLB debut with the Chicago White Sox in 2016.
Garcia has a batting average of .253 with 34 home runs and 201 RBIs over three seasons in the majors. Garcia's best season came in 2017 when he hit 17 home runs and drove in 67 RBIs for the White Sox, earning him a spot on the All-Star Team. Garcia is known for his power hitting abilities, as evidenced by his 17 HRs last year alone.
He played for Dominica at international level before making it to Major League Baseball, so you can say that he has some genuine "baseball blood" flowing through his veins. With such an impressive record thus far, there's no doubt that Leury García will continue to be one of baseball's top hitters well into the future
31. Thornton Lee
- 2× All-Star (1941, 1945), AL ERA leader (1941)
Thornton Lee was a pitcher in the Major Leagues for over 30 years. He is best known for his time with the Cleveland Indians, where he helped lead them to back-to-back World Series appearances in 1948 and 1949.
After leaving Cleveland, Lee spent time with the New York Giants before retiring at the end of the 1948 season. Thornton Lee later served as a pitching coach for various teams throughout his career, including stints with both Cleveland and San Francisco organizations during the 1970s and 1980s respectively.
At age 90, Thornton Lee passed away from natural causes in 1997. His legacy as one of baseball's most successful pitchers lives on through his many coaching accolades and records that he set while playing professionally all those years ago Thornton Lee was one of the most successful pitchers in Cleveland Indians history.
He won 117 games and lost 124, while posting a 3.56 ERA over parts of 13 seasons with the team. Thornton Lee is best known for leading the AL in ERA in 1941 and 1945, as well as making 2 All-Star teams during his time with Cleveland. After playing 11 seasons with Chicago White Sox, he joined the New York Giants at age 33 where he continued to be one of baseball's top starters for several more years before retiring following the 1948 season at age 38
32. Alexei Ramírez
- All-Star (2014), 2× Silver Slugger Award (2010, 2014)
Alexei Ramírez was signed by the Chicago White Sox as an amateur free agent in 2006. He made his MLB debut with the team in 2008 and has since played for Tampa Bay, Detroit, Texas and Chicago again.
In 2016 he became a free agent after playing his final season with the Rays. Alexei Ramírez is a shortstop who bats right-handed and throws left-handed. His best years statistically have been with the White Sox (2008–2016), where he posted a .270 batting average, 115 home runs and 590 RBIs over that span of time; however, he enjoyed success at other clubs too (Texas 2009–2010; Detroit 2011).
Ramirez's Cuban heritage has occasionally led to him being compared to fellow countryman Ángel Berroa – both players are noted for their powerful hitting abilities from the right side of the plate (.280 career average against southpaws). Outside of baseball, Ramirez is also involved in business ventures including opening restaurants in Miami Beach and Orlando Florida which bear his name: "Alexei's" & "Torch".
33. Jack McDowell
- 3× All-Star (1991–1993), AL Cy Young Award (1993), AL wins leader (1993)
McDowell began his MLB career with the Chicago White Sox in 1987. He played for the Anaheim Angels from 1999-2000, and then retired after that season. McDowell is a three time all star, as well as being named to five different team's postseason rosters.
He currently coaches pitching at Camp As Sayliyah in Virginia Beach, Virginia where he has been since 2007. Jack McDowell is 56 years old and married with two children Jack McDowell was a talented pitcher who won three All-Star Games and an AL Cy Young Award during his time with the Chicago White Sox.
After spending four seasons with the White Sox, he was traded to the New York Yankees in 1995. He enjoyed stints with Cleveland (1996-1997) and Anaheim (1998-1999), before retiring after the 1999 season.
34. Eddie Cicotte
- World Series champion (1917), 2× AL wins leader (1917, 1919), AL ERA leader (1917), Pitched a no-hitter on April 14, 1917
Eddie Cicotte was one of the most dominant pitchers in baseball history. He won over 300 games and led his teams to two World Series championships. Cicotte grew up in Michigan, and started pitching professionally in 1905 with the Detroit Tigers.
He quickly became one of the league's best pitchers, winning over 300 games during his career. In 1919, Cicotte helped lead the Boston Red Sox to their first championship victory ever. After that season he retired from baseball at the young age of 34 due to injury problems.
Eddie Cicotte is now considered one of the greatest major league players of all time, even though he never won an MVP or Cy Young Award like some other greats have done. Eddie Cicotte was a pitcher for the Chicago White Sox from 1912-1920. He won two World Series with the team and is also noted for throwing a no-hitter in 1917.
Cicotte had an impressive record, winning 208 games and losing 149 while posting an ERA of 2.38. He struck out 1,374 batters during his career and ranks sixth all time in that category. Cicotte died in 1948 at the age of 60 after contracting tuberculosis while serving in the military during World War II
35. José Quintana
- All-Star (2016)
José Quintana was born in Arjona, Bolívar, Colombia on January 24th, 1989. He signed with the Chicago White Sox as a non-drafted free agent in May of 2012 and made his MLB debut that same season.
Quintana has been an important part of the Chicago White Sox rotation since then and is currently their starting pitcher. In 2016 he was selected to play for Team Latin America at the MLB All-Star Game but did not make it onto the field due to injury.
José Quintana throws left handed and bats right handed which gives him some interesting versatility when it comes to playing positions on the diamond (third base, first base). As of now José Quintana is considered one of the best pitchers in baseball and should continue to be a mainstay in both Chicago's rotation and throughout Major League Baseball for years to come
36. Bobby Jenks
- 2× All-Star (2006, 2007), World Series champion (2005)
Bobby Jenks is a pitcher who has played for the Boston Red Sox. He was drafted by the White Sox in 2000 and made his MLB debut with them in 2005. After playing for Chicago, he signed with the Los Angeles Dodgers before returning to play for Boston in 2014.
Bobby Jenks is currently a free agent and hasn't been picked up by any other team since leaving the MLB after the 2015 season. Bobby Jenks is a relief pitcher for the Boston Red Sox. He has a 3.53 ERA and 351 strikeouts in 191 innings pitched during his career.
Bobby Jenks was drafted by the Chicago White Sox in 2005, but he spent most of his time with the Boston Red Sox before being traded to Chicago in 2010. In 2011, Bobby Jenks helped lead the Boston Red Sox to their first World Series title since 1918. A native of Long Island, New York, Bobby Jenks is an exciting player to watch because of his powerful arm and ability to get hitters out quickly on defense behind the plate as well as on the mound.
After spending 10 years playing professional baseball, Bobby Jenks looks forward to continuing his journey in 2012 with another opportunity at winning a championship ring.
37. Adam Eaton
- World Series champion (2019)
Adam Eaton is a left-handed outfielder who was drafted by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the first round of the 2008 MLB Draft. He made his MLB debut for the D'Backs in September 2012 and played for them until December 2017, when he signed with the Washington Nationals.
In 2018, Eaton played 47 games for Washington before being traded to Los Angeles at the trade deadline. Eaton has won three Gold Glove Awards (2012, 2013, 2017) and two Silver Slugger Awards (2014, 2016). At age 34 years old, Adam Eaton is one of baseball's elder statesmen and still plays at an elite level despite having several injury issues during his career so far.
Adam Eaton is a left-handed hitter and first baseman who has been playing in the MLB since 2012. He was drafted by the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2010, but he did not sign with them and instead played college baseball at Florida State University. After his junior year of college, Eaton signed with the Chicago White Sox and made an immediate impact on their team as a rookie in 2012.
Over the next four seasons, he had three consecutive All-Star appearances (2012–2014) while also hitting over 30 home runs each season. In 2017, Eaton was traded to Washington where he won his first World Series title in 2019.
38. Carlton Fisk
- 11× All-Star (1972–1974, 1976–1978, 1980–1982, 1985, 1991)
- AL Rookie of the Year (1972)
- Gold Glove Award (1972)
- 3× Silver Slugger Award (1981, 1985, 1988)
- Boston Red Sox No. 27 retired
- Chicago White Sox No. 72 retired
- Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame
Carlton Fisk was a catcher for the Boston Red Sox from 1969-1993, and he is still considered one of the greatest catchers in MLB history. Fisk hit 376 home runs during his career, making him easily one of baseball's all-time greats.
His batting average also speaks to his overall skills as a hitter. Carlton Fisk had an impressive throwing arm too; he threw out 214 basestealers during his career. In 1993, aged 43 years old, Carlton Fisk retired from professional baseball after 14 seasons with the Chicago White Sox.
He now spends his time travelling and working with young athletes in various sports leagues around the country. A three-time All Star selection (1973, 1976, 1978), Carlton Fisk is remembered by many as one of Boston's most beloved players ever - particularly since it was rare for such greatness to be displayed by a team located outside of New England at that time period
39. Ozzie Guillén
- 3× All-Star (1988, 1990, 1991), 2× World Series champion (2003, 2005), AL Rookie of the Year (1985), Gold Glove Award (1990), AL Manager of the Year (2005)
Guillén began his professional baseball career with the Chicago White Sox in 1985. He played 12 seasons in the majors, including two stints with Tampa Bay Devil Rays (2000-2001 and 2004).
Guillén was a valuable part of both teams he spent time with, batting over .260 and hitting 28 home runs during his career. After leaving MLB, Guillén managed for five seasons (2007-2011) before spending one season as bench coach for the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2014.
In 2015, he became manager of the Florida Marlins where he led them to a division title in his first year at the helm but was replaced midseason after an 11–18 record (.345 win percentage). Ozzie Guillén played for the Chicago White Sox from 1985 to 1997 and managed them from 2004 to 2011.
In 1998, he was hired as manager of the Baltimore Orioles, where he led the team to a World Series appearance in 2003. After leaving Baltimore, Guillén returned to manage the Atlanta Braves until 1999 before joining Tampa Bay Devil Rays as their manager in 2000. He retired after guiding his final team - Miami Marlins - to an NL East title in 2012
40. Gavin Sheets
Gavin Sheets was drafted by the Chicago White Sox in the first round of the 2016 MLB Draft. He made his Major League debut with the team in September of that year and has played in 36 games this season, recording a batting average of .194.
Gavin Sheets is known for his power hitting ability, as he has hit 23 home runs in just 396 at-bats over three seasons with the White Sox. In addition to being a hitter, Gavin Sheets also plays first base and right field for the team and is considered one of their key offensive players going into next season.
Gavin Sheets made his MLB debut with the Chicago White Sox in 2021. He had a batting average of .244 and 26 home runs over 87 games played during his rookie season. Gavin Sheets is originally from Louisiana and was drafted by the Houston Astros in the 12th round of the 2019 MLB Draft. In 2020, he won the Dick Howser Trophy as college baseball's best player while playing for LSU University.
After signing with Chicago, he made an immediate impact on their roster and became a key part of their team going forward
41. Seby Zavala
Zavala was drafted in the sixth round of the 2013 MLB Draft by the Chicago White Sox. He made his professional debut with the Kannapolis Intimidators in 2014 and played for them through 2017.
Zavala signed with the Charlotte Knights as a free agent in 2018 and played there until he was traded to the Houston Astros on July 31, 2019. In 159 games over three seasons (2018-19) with Charlotte and Houston, Zavala hit .297/.369/.557 with 26 home runs and 90 RBIs.
Zavala is a switch hitter who throws right-handed but bats left handed Seby Zavala was signed by the Chicago White Sox as an amateur free agent in 2019. He made his MLB debut for the team on May 25th of that year. In 36 games played, he has hit .233 with 7 home runs and 36 RBIs to date.
Seby is a left-handed batter who bats mostly in the middle of the order for Chicago at this point in his career. He is considered to have great potential and has shown flashes of brilliance during his time in MLB thus far, making him a valuable asset for whichever team signs him long term moving forward
42. Lucas Giolito
- All-Star (2019), Pitched a no-hitter on August 25, 2020
Lucas Giolito is a 28-year-old pitcher for the Chicago White Sox. He had a successful MLB debut in 2016, but has since struggled with injuries. Giolito attended Beverly Hills High School and was drafted by the Washington Nationals in the first round of the 2013 MLB Draft.
Injuries have dogged him throughout his career, including Tommy John surgery after just two seasons in the majors and an elbow injury that forced him to miss all of 2018 season. He's still only 26 years old and could bounce back if he can stay healthy; however, there are concerns about his long-term durability due to past injuries.
Giolito throws right-handed and predominantly relies on four pitches - a fastball, slider, changeup, and curveball - which he uses to get batters out either by striking them out or inducing ground balls depending on their location
43. Matt Foster
Matt Foster was drafted by the Chicago White Sox in the first round of the 2017 MLB Draft. He made his professional debut with the Kannapolis Intimidators in 2018 and had a breakout season, posting a 2.13 ERA in 19 games (19 starts).
Foster is slated to start 2019 with Charlotte Knights but could see time with the major league team as well. Matt Foster made his MLB debut with the Chicago White Sox in 2020. He has a 9-4 record and 4.39 ERA so far in his career. Foster has also struck out 113 batters in 131 innings pitched across all three seasons of MLB play so far.
Matt is originally from Massachusetts, where he attended Northeastern University before being drafted by the Chicago White Sox in the 2016 draft.
44. Liam Hendriks
- 3× All-Star (2019, 2021, 2022), 2× All-MLB First Team (2020, 2021), All-MLB Second Team (2019), AL saves leader (2021), 2× AL Reliever of the Year (2020, 2021)
Hendriks was drafted by the Minnesota Twins in the 3rd round of the 2009 MLB draft. Hendriks made his MLB debut with the Minnesota Twins in 2011 and has since been playing for Chicago White Sox.
In 2016, Hendriks had a successful season with Oakland Athletics where he posted a record of 31-34 and an ERA of 3.81 which earned him a spot on Baseball America's Top 100 Prospects list for that year.
Hendriks is known for his strong fastball which averages around 97 MPH and also throws a curveball, slider, and changeup as offspeed pitches to complement it. Hendricks has shown potential to be an effective starting pitcher in Major League Baseball but will need to continue improving if he wants to become one of the best players in the league Hendriks is a relief pitcher who has enjoyed success in the MLB.
Hendriks first gained acclaim for his stellar play with the Twins, where he made three all-star appearances and won two awards as an All-MLB First Team selection. He then moved on to Toronto where he continued to be one of the best relievers in baseball, winning another AL Reliever of the Year award during his tenure there. Hendriks now plays for the Chicago White Sox and is still considered one of the top pitchers in baseball by many analysts and fans alike.
45. Jake Burger
Burger was drafted by the White Sox in the first round of the 2016 MLB draft. He made his major league debut with Chicago in 2018 and hit .248/.326/.471 over 113 games.
In 2021, Burger will play for the Knights in their inaugural season as a affiliated team. Burger has shown promise at both third base and right field, which gives him potential to be an All-Star caliber player down the line.
His strong work ethic is one of his most notable traits; he's been known to spend hours practicing at home alone or hitting balls on the range outside during off days between starts with Chicago's minor league team.. Burger is married and has two young children who keep him busy during long road trips from Illinois to Florida (where Charlotte plays).
He credits his wife for helping mold him into who he is today – someone fiercely independent but also very supportive of all that he does professionally and personally
46. Shoeless Joe Jackson
- World Series champion (1917), Hit .408 as a rookie in 1911, 3× AL triples leader 1912, 1916, 1920, Cleveland Guardians Hall of Fame
Shoeless Joe Jackson was born on July 16, 1887 in Pickens County, South Carolina. He made his MLB debut with the Philadelphia Athletics in 1908 and played for them until 1920.
His most famous moment came when he hit a home run against the Boston Red Sox in 1919 that is still considered one of the greatest performances ever by an individual player. After leaving baseball, Jackson worked as a coal miner and died in 1951 at age 64 after suffering from black lung disease Shoeless Joe Jackson was an all-time great hitter and one of the most notorious players in baseball history.
He played for the Chicago White Sox from 1915 to 1920 and is often credited with helping lead the team to their first World Series championship in 1917. In 1919, Shoeless Joe was banned from professional baseball because he had refused to sign a contract that would have required him to play under black manager William "Bummy" Green. The ban lasted until 1921, when he finally returned to play for the Philadelphia Athletics.
After leaving baseball, Jackson became a successful businessman and served as mayor of his hometown of Marion, Illinois from 1945 to 1951. In 1997, he was elected into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York as part of its inaugural class alongside Ty Cobb and Honus Wagner. 5....
47. Doc White
- World Series champion (1906), MLB wins leader (1907), AL ERA leader (1906)
Doc White was a pitcher for the Philadelphia Phillies from 1901 to 1911. He had a record of 158-86 in his career, with an ERA of 2.92. White is also remembered for his role as manager of the Boston Red Sox from 1924 to 1929 and again in 1931 and 1932.
Doc White died at the age of 89 after a long illness in Silver Spring, Maryland Doc White was a pitcher for the Chicago White Sox from 1903 to 1913. He won 189 games and lost 156, had an ERA of 2.39, and struck out 1384 batters in his career. Doc White led the AL in wins once and ERA twice during his time with the Sox.
He was also World Series champion in 1906, though he pitched only one game in that series due to injury. After retiring as a player, Doc White served as manager of several other teams before becoming commissioner of baseball in 1945-1946 (the last year of his life). Doc White is considered by many to be one of the best pitchers ever to play baseball and is often cited as an influence on modern day pitching techniques and strategies
48. Dylan Cease
- All-MLB Second Team (2022)
Dylan Cease made his MLB debut with the Chicago White Sox in 2019. Cease is a right-handed pitcher and bats left-handed. He was drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the first round of the 2016 amateur draft but did not sign with them and instead opted to attend UCLA.
After two seasons at UCLA, Cease was drafted again by the White Sox in 2018 and signed for $1 million plus bonuses that brought his total contract value to $2 million over four years. In 63 innings pitched over six starts this season, Cease has a 2-1 record with a 3.11 ERA and 29 strikeouts compared to eight walks on 103 hits allowed including three home runs (one of which he gave up during an outing against Cleveland).
With 25 career appearances overall between Rookie ball, Single A Kannapolis (where he went 8-8 with a 3.89 ERA), Double A Birmingham (7-9, 4) Triple A Charlotte (10-7, 3), majorsleague average FIP sits at 4th best among pitchers who have thrown more than 100 innings since 2017 according to Fangraphs--behind only Max Scherzer(3rd), Justin Verlander(5th) and Gerrit Cole(6th)--Cease's stuff looks like it could translate well into starting pitching long term if given time to develop properly
49. Andrew Vaughn
- Golden Spikes Award (2018)
Andrew Vaughn made his MLB debut in 2019 with the Chicago White Sox. The 24-year-old first baseman/outfielder was drafted by the White Sox in the third round of the 2016 draft.
Vaughn has played all three outfield positions at various points during his career, but spent most of his time at first base and batting leadoff for Chicago this season. He is a left-handed hitter who primarily uses an aggressive approach at the plate, often swinging early and hard to put balls in play; he's also shown some power potential over his career thus far averaging 17 home runs per year through 2018.
Andrew Vaughn is signed through 2022 with an option for 2024, so he'll likely be playing in Major League Baseball for quite a while longer yet. Vaughn was drafted in the 3rd round of the 2018 MLB Draft by the Chicago White Sox. He is a left-handed batter and throws right-handed. Vaughn has played for several teams throughout his career, most notably LSU and Vanderbilt University where he won two SEC Championships as a pitcher.
In 2019, Vaughn made his professional debut with the White Sox organization and batted .255 with 32 home runs and 124 RBIs over 131 games while playing first base, third base, and shortstop (playing both positions at times). He was named to Baseball America's Midseason All-America Team after hitting .362/.467/.715 with 10 home runs in 52 Division 1 games during May and June of 2019 before being promoted to Double A Birmingham Southern in July of that year where he hit .261 with 4 home runs over 29 games before returning to Triple A Charlotte Knights in August where he hit .295 with 7 homeruns over 18 games finishing off his season batting leadoff for Charlotte but struggling offensively (.237 avg.).
50. Michael Kopech
Michael Kopech is a young, up-and-coming pitcher with plenty of potential. He was drafted in the first round by the Chicago White Sox in 2016 and has made great strides since then.
His fastball reaches speeds over 100 MPH and his slider is deadly accurate. Michael Kopech has shown excellent control throughout his career thus far and should continue to do so in the future.
He is not afraid to take on tough hitters or go deep into games, which makes him an exciting prospect for fans to watch develop over time. Michael Kopech is a rookie pitcher for the Chicago White Sox.
He made his MLB debut on August 21, 2018 and has yet to disappoint in terms of performance. Michael was drafted by the White Sox in the first round (first overall) of the 2017 MLB Draft. At just 20 years old, he already boasts impressive stats including 10 wins and 13 losses with a 3.64 ERA and 223 strikeouts in 232 innings pitched so far.
Michael's story is one that embodies determination and hard work – both as an amateur player growing up playing baseball all over Texas, as well as during his time at Vanderbilt University where he led their pitching staff with 20 wins while posting a 2:1 strikeout-to-walk ratio. His meteoric rise to stardom may be slow but it’s definitely steady – look for him to continue dominating hitters throughout his career with the Chicago White Sox.
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