Home   |   Basebal Jerseys   |  Baseball Tickets   | Baseball Caps   |   Baseball Posters
Baseball Stats   |  Baseball Books  |  Baseball Shop   | Basebal History   | Baseball Directory  | Baseball Cities


Chicago White Sox Players

Select The Player

All Chicago White Sox Players

Joe Crede 74 195 26:4:1978
Jermaine Dye 76 210 28:1:1974
Aaron Rowand 73 200 29:8:1977
Paul Konerko 75 205 5:3:1976
Carl Everett 72 190 3:6:1971
Tadahito Iguchi 70 185 4:12:1974
Scott Podsednik 72 170 18:3:1976
Juan Uribe 71 173 22:7:1979
We are glad to have you in our White Sox players section. We have divided this section for White Sox in 6 sections.


White Sox Players: This section lists the famous White Sox players playing baseball in MLB.


White Sox History: In this section you can read all about White Sox as a teamname and its history.


White Sox News:

Get all the latest White Sox players and teamname news.


White Sox Forum:

Discuss anything you have in mind with other baseball fans and increase your knowledge about White Sox players and teamname.


White Sox Jerseys:

Buy jerseys for all the White Sox players. You can purchase them right now and show your teamname pride.


White Sox Tickets:

Buy tickets to all the game and watch the White Sox live.

The Chicago White Sox are a Major League Baseball team was established in 1900. The club is presently based in Chicago, Illinois and belongs to central division of the American League. In 1900, Charles Comiskey founded the White Stockings when he relocated his minor league team, St. Paul saints, to Chicago. The team was renamed the white sox in April of the same year and became a charter member of American League in the following year. The White Sox are one of two major league teams based in Chicago, the other being the Chicago Cubs of the National League. White sox were one of the American League's eight charter franchises and subjugated game during the beginning of 20th century. Since 1901 till 1919, Chicago won four AL pennants and two World Series titles. In 1906, pitchers Ed Walsh and Doc White commanded the crew for their first World Series championship against their cross town rival cubs. In 1910, The White Sox were facilitated with the newly opened Comiskey Park, where a number of stupendous batsmen piloted the White Sox to distinction from 1915 to 1919.

Hitters Eddie Collins and Joe Jackson powered the team’s offense while pitcher Eddie Cicotte and catcher Ray Schalk starred defensively during Chicago’s World Series championship in 1917. Everything was going well but the team's fortunes turned around abruptly after it became involved in what is dubiously the greatest outrage in the history of the sport. In 2004,General manager ken Williams completely changed the scenario of the team by including center fielder Scott Podsednik, outfielder Jermaine Dye and former Yankee pitcher Orlando Hernandez . Additionally, former Minnesota Twin and San Francisco Giant A.J. Pierzynski was hired to plug the catching spot. Finally, to complete the make-over, Williams drafted Japanese second baseman Tadahito Iguchi.The modification made an instant bang on the team. In 2005, the White Sox posted the best record in the major leagues for much of the year. In 2005,The team ended long years of aggravation, when it won its first World Series since 1917, after winning only one league championship in the years from 1920 to 2004. Chicago white sox are the current World Series champion, and are managed by former team shortstop Ozzie Guillén. The White Sox look perched to duplicate as baseball's champion in 2006 by adding 29-year-old starter Javier Vazquez, Vazquez, Thome, and utilityman Rob Mackowiak.

Untitled Document

MLB-Players provides the fans of baseball the opportunity to learn about their favorite players without going to different websites. We have listed the top ranking players of baseball from different MLB teams. MLB-Players has no connection with MLB.com or any official site of MLB. With the wide variety of information about each player, baseball fans don’t have to waste time searching all over the web--just go to MLB-players.com. You can also send us your comments and suggestions to make this site the best place for baseball fans. Like baseball players, we too are working hard to provide entertainment for all you baseball fans. Check out our listing of players from the New York Yankees to the San Francisco Giants--from the Montreal Expos to the Florida Marlins. You can watch your favorite players in the ball park and read all about them here at MLB-players.com. Baseball players have given us classic moments in history that we always want to remember. We here at MLB-Players.com want to do everything we can to keep those moments alive in your memory. How can we forget the rivalry between the Yankees and the Red Sox or the Cubs and the Cardinals? It's these competitive attitudes between teams that makes this sport one of the best in the world.

White Sox Baseball Tickets
If you are looking for baseball tickets for any MLB team refer to our tickets section or you can browse the links listed on this page.. These are the top brokers in the ticket industry with total experience of more than 50 years among each other. They are reliable ticket brokers with good reputation. We have visited their site personally and found that they have large inventory of baseball tickets. The sites are easy to navigate and everything is easy to find.

1) Shipping options: All these brokers provide a lot of different shipping options to choose from. You can choose from next morning, next afternoon, two-day delivery and even international shipping.

2) Customer Service: Best in the industry. You can call them for any questions you have in regard to the event or seating.

3) Online Presence: They all have a strong online presence. They have an easy to navigate and buy tickets from their website.

4) Selling Tickets: You can sell your extra tickets to these brokers. Buyselltix is free of cost to post your tickets for sale.

View Baseball Tickets From Different Resources
Chi town calling you for White Sox 2005 Baseball games.

Our online ticket broker can provide you with hard to find sports; concerts, theater and other sought after events tickets. Our tickets are available at competitive prices and are higher than the original price as they reflect the value of the premium seating. There will be no pay back and cancellations, but exchanges can be issued for date and time changes. You can purchase the tickets through our online site. We are 100% determined in endowing you with supreme customer service since the customer is our number one priority.

Ticketmaster provides the finest services with an access to the widest possible audience for the most profitable sale of tickets. Our exceptionally flexible and powerful ticketing system makes it easy and convenient for the baseball fans to purchase tickets. We are the premier source of Internet-based box-office ticketing services. We serve the clients globally providing exclusive ticketing services for hundreds of leading baseball stadiums.

Our officially registered brokers take pride in providing you with the tickets at the competitive price. The brokers listed here stake their assets to obtain the tickets of the much anticipated games, even if the games are a complete sold out. Our quality is that we have put our ticket buyers and ticket brokers in direct contact. We have screened and authenticated all the sellers to let the fans buy tickets from a trustworthy source. All you have to do is to pick one source from our inventory.


Google Chicago White Sox Players News



White Sox sign 22 players, including Quentin
Sports Network

Glendale, AZ (Sports Network) - The Chicago White Sox agreed to terms on 2009 contracts with 22 players on Wednesday, including outfielder Carlos Quentin, infielder Josh Fields and pitcher Gavin Floyd. Quentin had a breakout season with Chicago in 2008 ...
Sox outfielder Anderson hopes to improve hitting USA Today
White Sox need Konerko to produce, not to be traded Chicago Sun-Times
White Sox agree to terms with 22 players Hardball - Chicago Tribune Blog
Chicago Tribune - Chicago White Sox
all 117 news articles


Fly: Former White Sox player says Canseco should watch his back

Former White Sox slugger Ron Kittle wonders who will be the first outed steroids user to take a shot at Jose Canseco (and yes, he means with a gun). "My first thought was: 'I wonder who's going to be the first one to shoot him,' " Kittle said. ...
Kittle's apparent fixation with Canseco troubling ESPN
Ron Kittle Worried Someone Will Harm Jose Canseco FanHouse
Hey Jose, Better Watch Your Back: Ron Kittle's Idea of Retribution Bleacher Report
all 12 news articles


Twins Players Find Themselves With No Clear Role
Bleacher Report, CA

The tandem that once thought they would share the role now will watch the former White Sox standout occupy third base. Harris and Buscher will now play for backup roles with the club, though Harris still is undeterred by the signing. ...
Crede isn't stunned White Sox let him go Minneapolis Star Tribune
Crede makes a little noise Chicago Sun-Times
Twins sign Joe Crede: the stats on hitting -- and money MinnPost.com
Cape Coral Daily Breeze - Minneapolis City Pages
all 418 news articles

White Sox's Contreras and Colon set to pitch March 14
Chicago Tribune, United States

"But I think Brian grew up a little bit as a man, and as a baseball player he's a lot better. The job he did for us last year was outstanding. He took his role very well." Anderson's status, however, could be dictated by how many infielders the Sox ...
Chicago White Sox Players Resources
  BaseBall Games
  MLB-Players.com Partners
  Blue Jays Players
  Devil Ray Players
  Orioles Players
  Red Sox Players
  Yankees Players
  Indians Players
  Twins Players
  National League Central
  National League West
  Till 2005
  Expos Players
  Baseball Players Information and teams forums & chat rooms.