The Greatest White Sox Players of all time (Part 1 of 3)

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Shortstop – Luke Appling (1930-1950)

Credit: National Baseball Hall of Fame
Credit: National Baseball Hall of Fame /

Luke Appling played his entire 20 year career with the Chicago White Sox. Appling was a career .310 hitter with 45 home runs, 1116 RBIs, 440 doubles, 102 triples, and 179 stolen bases over that span. Appling won the American League Batting Title in both 1936, and 1943 and was selected to seven career All-Star Game appearances. Luke Appling played in 2,422 games for the White Sox the 78th most games played of all time, and was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1964.

Runner-up: Luis Aparicio (1956-1962, 1968-1970)