Three players who could be the GOAT in Chicago White Sox history

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It is officially that time of year. The Chicago White Sox and the rest of Major League Baseball are only a few weeks away (as of now) from Spring Training. First, we are going to enjoy Super Bowl LV later tonight. Once the Super Bowl is over, we can all start to really feel like baseball is close but the big game is always fun too.

This year’s matchup is truly something special. It is the greatest of all time in Tom Brady against Patrick Mahomes, who could go on to have as good of a career if not better and become the GOAT himself. This game has a lot of things on the line as far as each player’s legacy.

Who is the GOAT in the history of the Chicago White Sox organization?

With all of this thought about GOATs, it makes you think about the Chicago White Sox and who has played for them. As of right now, of course, Frank Thomas is the White Sox GOAT. There are other studs in the conversation like Paul Konerko, Mark Buehrle, and Carlton Fisk amongst others but Thomas is the guy.

Are there any players on their current roster that could end up passing Thomas in terms of the team’s GOAT? It is certainly possible. This team has aspirations of winning the World Series and if any one of them is elite en route to multiple championships, they will be considered. The good thing for the White Sox is the fact that all of their core is really young and could have long careers as White Sox greats. These are the three players that have the best chance to become the greatest White Sox player ever: