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

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Third Base – Robin Ventura (1989-1998)

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The current manager of the Chicago White Sox, was previously the teams third basemen for 10 seasons. During those 10 seasons Ventura hit .274 with 171 home runs, 741 RBIs, 219 doubles, and 1,244 hits.  Robin was a productive offensive player during his time with the White Sox, but his defense was even more stellar. Ventura won the American League Gold Glove Award winner five times in 10 seasons with the White Sox. Ventura played 1,887 games at third base, the 18th most games played at the “hot corner” in Major League Baseball history.

Runner-up – Joe Crede (2000-2008)