CATCHER: CARLTON (PUDGE) FISK
WHITE SOX CAREER: 1981-1993
HONORS: Hall of Fame (2000); Four-time All-Star; number, 72, retired by club
KEY STATS: .257 average, 214 home runs, 762 RBIs, .438 slugging percentage
THE SKINNY: Gets the nod over 1910s-1920s standout Ray Schalk; Pudge is third alltime in homers, behind Frank Thomas and Harold Baines.
FIRST BASEMAN: FRANK THOMAS
WHITE SOX CAREER: 1990-
HONORS: Two-time AL MVP winner ('93, '94); led AL in batting average in '97 (.347)
KEY STATS: .307 average, 448 home runs, 1,465 RBIs, .427 on-base percentage
THE SKINNY: The Big Hurt is the most prolific hitter in franchise history; owns club mark for homers, RBIs, runs (1,327) and slugging percentage (.568).
SECOND BASEMAN: EDDIE COLLINS
WHITE SOX CAREER: 1915-1926
HONORS: Hall of Fame (1939); led league in stolen bases in 1919, 1923 and '24
KEY STATS: .331 average, 368 stolen bases, 2,005 hits, .426 on-base percentage
THE SKINNY: One of the game's most daring base runners and untainted by the 1919 scandal, Collins is franchise's leader in stolen bases and owns second-best career average, behind Joe Jackson.
SHORTSTOP: LUKE APPLING
WHITE SOX CAREER: 1930-1950
HONORS: Hall of Fame ('64); AL batting champion in '36 and '43; seven-time All-Star; led AL shortstops in assists in seven years; led AL in on-base percentage (.419) in '43; number, 4, retired by club
KEY STATS: .310 average, 1,139 runs, 179 stolen bases, 1,116 RBIs
THE SKINNY: Club leader in games (2,422) and at bats (8,856) barely edges out Luis Aparicio (.269 average, 318 stolen bases).
THIRD BASEMAN: ROBIN VENTURA
WHITE SOX CAREER: 1989-98
HONORS: Five-time Gold Glove winner; 1992 All-Star
KEY STATS: .274 average, 171 home runs, 741 RBIs, club-record 1,220 games at third base
THE SKINNY: Sure-handed and clutch, Ventura leads all Sox third baseman in home runs and RBIs; his 18 career Grand Slams (10 with the Sox) tie him for fourth alltime.
LEFTFIELD: MINNIE MI�OSO
WHITE SOX CAREER: 1951-1957, 1960-61, '64, 1976, 1980
HONORS: Six-time All-Star; two-time Gold Glove winner; number, 9, retired by club
KEY STATS: .304 average, 135 home runs, 808 RBIs, .468 slugging percentage
THE SKINNY: Saturnino Orestes Armas Mi�oso Arrieta, better known as Minnie, is one of only two five-decade major leaguers and was the first White Sox to break the color barrier.
CENTERFIELD: JIM LANDIS
WHITE SOX CAREER: 1957-64
HONORS: Five-time Gold Glove winner; 1962 All-Star
KEY STATS: .250 average, 127 stolen bases, .990 fielding percentage
THE SKINNY: Landis, among the best defensive centerfielders of his era, had a fielding percentage second alltime among outfielders at the time of his retirement.
RIGHTFIELD: JOE JACKSON
WHITE SOX CAREER: 1915-20
HONORS: Led league in triples in 1916 (21) and '20 (20); third in AL in batting (.341) in '16; hit .304 in '17 World Series
KEY STATS: .339 average, 829 hits, 79 triples
THE SKINNY: Though he mostly manned leftfield, he did play 43 of his 646 games in right for the Sox; highest lifetime batting average among Sox players and third highest OBP (.407).
DESIGNATED HITTER: HAROLD BAINES
WHITE SOX CAREER: 1980-89, 1996-97, 2000-01
HONORS: Four-time All-Star; 1989 Silver Slugger Award; number, 3, retired by club
KEY STATS: .291 batting average, 1,773 hits, 221 home runs, 981 RBIs
THE SKINNY: Arguably the game's second-best DH, behind Paul Molitor, Baines is second on alltime White Sox homers list, behind Thomas.
RIGHTHANDED PITCHER: TED LYONS
WHITE SOX CAREER: 1923-1946
HONORS: Hall of Fame (1955); led AL in wins in 1925 and 1927; ranked in top 10 in ERA in 10 seasons; number, 16, retired by club
KEY STATS: 260-230, 3.67 ERA, 356 complete games
THE SKINNY: The team leader in games started, innings and complete games, Lyons led AL in ERA (2.10) in '42 at age 41.