Ahh...the ‘90s. The decade that saw the beginnings of the Internet and the SUV, and also the dubious fads of Beanie Babies, Pogs, and Tickle Me Elmo. Today, we’re taking a trip down memory lane, and reviewing the top hitters for the White Sox during the ‘90s.
Gather ‘round the fireplace with your loved ones, and test yourselves: of the White Sox players who collected at least 100 hits during the ‘90s, how many of them can you name? Good luck, and happy holidays to all!
- Last names accepted, as well as both first and last. One name which has a tricky surname will also accept just the first name.
- There are 36 players on this list: you’ll be given ten minutes to complete it.
- For hints, I’ve provided the number of hits logged for each player, as well as their position.
Useless information to amaze, annoy, confound, and/or sadden your friends:
- In total, 98 players logged at least one hit for the Sox during the 1990s.
- The average slash-line for the players on this list: .273/.339/.420
- The top player on this list also led in HBPs, with 41. (Far and away the most: the next-highest was 32)
All data from baseballreference.com