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Coming into the season, it was all but assured that Jose Abreu would continue climbing up the White Sox’ record book. A brief look at where he stood before the first game of the season:
- Home runs: 15th all-time, with 124
- Hits: 51st all-time, with 726
- Doubles: 37th all-time, with 144 (there’s a good chance he cracks the top-25 in that category before the season is over)
- RBIs: 34th all-time, with 410 (and again, a good chance he cracks the top-25, probably the top-20)
No matter how you slice it, Abreu has been an offensive force for the White Sox. And, after a good series against the Pirates and the Cubs a couple of weeks ago, Abreu is firmly entrenched in the top-25 for extra base hits all-time for the White Sox. Thus, we get to today’s Sporcle: can you name the other 24 players who have accomplished this feat for the Sox? Good luck!
- As usual, last names accepted in addition to first and last.
- I’ve allotted ten minutes for completion attempts.
- For hints, I’ve provided the number of extra base hits and the player’s tenure with the Sox.
Useless information to amaze, annoy, confound, and/or confuse your friends:
- The average triple-slash of the players on this list: .284/.353/.438
- With the obvious exception of pitcher, every other position is represented on this list.
- One player on this list had just 17 home runs, but made up for it with 104(!) triples and another 230 doubles.
All data from baseballreference.com