Who played shortstop for White Sox?

Who played shortstop for White Sox?

Tim Anderson
Tim Anderson (baseball)

Tim Anderson
Stolen bases 94
Chicago White Sox (2016–present)
Career highlights and awards

Who is the greatest White Sox player of all time?

1. Frank Thomas (1990-2005) “The Big Hurt” won back-to-back American League MVPs in 1993 and 1994, and we’ve deemed him to be the greatest player in White Sox history.

What was the original name of the Chicago White Sox?

Chicago White StockingsChicago White Sox / Former name

Why is Omar Vizquel not in the Hall of Fame?

His career spanned four decades and 24 seasons, over which he won 11 Gold Gloves. Vizquel is on the Hall of Fame ballot for the fourth year and is seeing his chances at the Hall of Fame disappear because of two scandals involving domestic violence and sexual harassment.

Is Luis Aparicio a hof?

He was named to 13 All-Star Games. In 1984, Aparicio was inducted into the Hall of Fame – becoming the first Venezuela native to earn enshrinement in Cooperstown.

How many Hall of Famers do the White Sox have?


Count of Baseball Hall of Fame Members by Primary Team Which MLB Team Has The Most Baseball Hall of Famers?
Rank Primary Team Inductees
5. Chicago White Sox 13
Cleveland Indians 13
Pittsburgh Pirates 13

Who wore 23 for the White Sox?

Luis Alvarado
Chicago White Sox Uniform Numbers

Chicago White Sox Uniform Number 0 Every White Sox Player Who Wore #0
Count Players Who Wore #0 Full Roster
23. Luis Alvarado 1971 Chicago White Sox
24. Luis Alvarado 1972 Chicago White Sox
25. Luis Alvarado 1973 Chicago White Sox

Who won the most World Series in baseball?

Atlanta BravesWorld Series / Latest champion

Why do they call them White Sox?

The NL gave permission to the AL to put a team in Chicago, provided they not use the city name in the team’s branding. Comiskey moved his St. Paul club to the Near South Side and renamed it the White Stockings, grabbing a nickname that had once been used by the Chicago Cubs.

Why is Chicago called White Sox?

Paul Saints officially moved to Chicago and became the White Stockings as part of the newly founded American League on March 21, 1900. That White Stockings name originally was attached to the National League franchise rival on the North Side of Chicago, presently known as the Cubs.