Righty swinging outfielder Ron Kittle burst onto the scene for the White Sox back in 1983 when he won the Rookie of the Year Award, while also making the All-Star team. Kittle played in 145 games for the White Sox in 1983 and he was 132 of 520 (.254 avg, .818 OPS) with 75 runs scored, 35 homers, 100 RBIs and 8 stolen bases. It was all downhill from there for Kittle though as he peaked as a rookie. Kittle played in 657 games in his 8 years with the White Sox and he was 517 of 2,183 (.237 avg, .777 OPS) with 292 runs scored, 140 homers, 374 RBIs and 14 stolen bases. Kittle is still #10 in White Sox’ history in homers with 140. Kittle was a flash in the pan, but it was sure fun to watch him hit the bombs that he did.