Righty reliever Hoyt Wilhelm was only with the White Sox for six years, but he made his mark. He pitched in 361 games (3 starts) for the White Sox and he was 41-33 with 98 saves, a 1.92 ERA and a 0.94 WHIP. His best season with the Pale Hose came back in 1964. Wilhelm pitched in 73 games (0 starts) for the White Sox in 1964 and he was 12-9 with 27 saves, a 1.99 ERA and a 0.94 WHIP. Wilhelm worked 131 1/3 innings in 1964, allowing only 94 hits which helped him finished 19th in the A.L. MVP vote that year. Wilhelm is the White Sox’ all-time leader in WHIP with a 0.94 mark. He is also #2 in ERA (1.92), #5 in saves (98) and #9 in games pitched (361) in White Sox’ history. Wilhelm was elected into Baseball’s Hall of Fame in 1985.