Righty swinging outfielder/third baseman Minnie Minoso made his mark with the Chicago White Sox. Minoso played in 1,373 games in his 12 years with the White Sox and he was 1,523 of 5,011 (.304 avg, .865 OPS) with 893 runs scored, 135 homers, 808 RBIs and 171 stolen bases. His best year with the Pale Hose came back in 1954, when he finished 4th in the MVP Voting in the American League. Minoso played in 153 games for the White Sox in 1954 and he was 182 of 568 (.320 avg, .946 OPS) with 119 runs scored, 19 homers, 116 RBIs and 18 stolen bases. He had a great eye at the plate as he walked 77 times while only whiffing 46 times in 1954. Minoso also led the major leagues with 19 triples in 1954. Minoso was a 5 time All-Star and he won 2 Gold Gloves in his 12 years with the White Sox. Minoso became the 3rd oldest player to bat in a major league game in 1980, at the age of 54 (only SS Charles O’Leary (58 years old) and pitcher Satchel Paige (59 years old) were older). Minoso went 0 for 2 in two games with the White Sox in 1980. He wanted to play for the White Sox in 1990 to set a new record, but Major League Baseball wouldn’t allow it. Minoso is still #9 in hits (1,523) in White Sox’ history. He is also #9 in OPS (.865), #6 in runs scored (893), #7 in doubles (260), tied for 6th with Shoeless Joe Jackson in triples (79), tied for sixth in walks with Nellie Fox (658) and he’s #5 in RBIs (808) in White Sox’ history.