White Sox hosting Indians in Game 3 of 4-game set tonight at 8:10

2021 GAME NOTES AND INFORMATION

CLEVELAND INDIANS (6-4) at CHICAGO WHITE SOX (5-6)
RHP Zach Plesac (1-1, 1.38 ERA) vs. LHP Carlos Rodón (1-0, 0.00)
Game #12 | Home #5  Wednesday, April 14  7:10 p.m. CT  Guaranteed Rate Field

WHITE SOX AT A GLANCE
 The Chicago White Sox have won four of their last seven games
as they continue the fi rst homestand of the season tonight against
the Cleveland Indians.
 LHP Carlos Rodón, who is 5-5 with a 2.94 ERA (32 ER/98.0
IP) and 92 strikeouts in 17 career games (15 starts) against the
Indians, is scheduled to start for the White Sox.
 The Sox are 2-2 on the homestand, splitting a pair of games
with both Kansas City (one rainout) and the Indians.
 Following this four-game series, the Sox take a six-game trip
to Boston (4/16-19) and Cleveland (4/20-21).
 The White Sox went 3-4 on their season-opening trip to Los
Angeles-AL (1-3) and Seattle (2-1).

TONIGHT’S STORYLINES
 The White Sox starting rotation ranks third in the American
League with a 2.87 ERA (19 ER/59.2 IP), including a 1.40 mark
(4 ER/25.2 IP) on the homestand … the rotation has allowed
three runs or less in 10 of 11 games this season.
 Of Chicago’s six losses this season, three have come when
leading after seven innings, one in walkoff fashion, one when
leading by three runs and two in extra innings.
 The White Sox are hitting .203 (15-74) with RISP over the last
eight games.
 José Abreu has reached base safely in all 11 games this
season, tied for the second-longest streak in the majors (San
Diego’s Wil Myers is fi rst with 12).
 Adam Eaton is one of three MLB players with 10-plus RBI
and 10-plus runs scored, joining Boston’s J.D. Martínez and the
Angels’ Shohei Ohtani … he has reached base safely in all 10
games, the second-longest streak on the team behind Abreu (11).

ROSTER MOVES
 Prior to tonight’s game, the White Sox placed RHP Dylan
Cease on the injured list and recalled RHP Zack Burdi from the
Schaumburg training facility.
 Cease is 0-0 with a 3.86 ERA (4 ER/9.1 IP) and nine strikeouts
over two starts this season.
 Burdi, a Downers Grove native, pitched in eight games in relief
last season in his major-league debut.

LAST NIGHT’S RECAP
 Cleveland scored two runs off reliever Garrett Crochet in the
10th inning to break a scoreless tie and went on to record a 2-0
victory over the White Sox.
 Cleveland’s Shane Bieber (9.0 IP, 11 SO) and the White Sox
Lucas Giolito (7.0, 8 SO) each made scoreless starts … RHPs
Evan Marshall and Liam Hendriks both retired all three batters
they faced before the Indians broke through in the 10th.
 Giolito, who is 2-0 with a 0.89 ERA (4 ER/40.2 IP) and 51
strikeouts in six starts against the Indians since 2019, joined
Goose Gossage (4/13-5/5/76) as the only pitchers in Sox history
to strike out eight-plus batters in each of his fi rst three starts of
a season (source: NBCSCH/Stathead).
 The Sox were limited to fi ve baserunners and went 0-4 with
RISP as they fell to 0-2 in extra innings this season … they were
shut out in extras for the fi rst time since 5/7/13 at the Mets (1-0).

SOX TICKETS ON SALE
 Single-game tickets in seating pods for the White Sox next
homestand (4/23-5/2) will go on sale to the general public on
Friday (4/16) at 11 a.m. CT.
 Tickets may be purchased at whitesox.com/singlegame or by
calling 866-SOX-GAME.

STARTING POINT
 White Sox starting pitchers have gone 3-0 with a 2.20 ERA (10
ER/41.0 IP) and 49 strikeouts over the last seven games.
 During that span, they have made three scoreless outings and
have limited the opposition to a .171 (25-146) average.
 Sox starters over the last seven games:
W-L ERA IP H R ER HR BB SO SO/9.0 AVG OPS
3-0 2.20 41.0 25 10 10 1 14 49 10.8 .171 .470

AT THE HELM
 Hall of Famer Tony La Russa is in his 60th season in professional baseball and his second stint as White Sox manager …
he was named Sox manager for the second time on 10/29/20.
 La Russa’s 2,733 career wins rank third in MLB history, trailing
only Hall of Famers Connie Mack (3,731) and John McGraw
(2,763) … his 5,108 games managed rank second in MLB history
behind Mack (7,755).
 He needs 30 wins to tie McGraw for second all-time with 2.763

World Series Champions: 1906, 1917, 2005  AL Champions: 1901, 1906, 1917, 1919, 1959, 2005  AL West Champions: 1983, 1993  AL Central Champions: 2000, 2005, 2008

WHITE SOX VS. CLEVELAND INDIANS
 The season series is even at 1-1.
 The teams are scheduled to play 19 times in 2021 (10 at
Guaranteed Rate Field), including nine games between 4/12- 5/2.
 Nine of 12 games between the Sox and Indians since 2020
have been decided by two runs or less.
 The Indians won the 2020 series, 8-2, including a four-game
sweep at Progressive Field from 9/21-24.
 The Indians are 55-33 against the Sox since 2016.

CENTRAL COMMAND
 The White Sox are 2-2 vs. the American League Central division
this season after going 25-15 (.625) in 2020, the second-best
winning percentage in franchise history behind the 2005 club
(52-22, .703).
 The Sox are 14-4 in their last 18 home games vs. AL Central
opponents since 8/17/20.

FROM THE TRAINING ROOM
 SS Tim Anderson (left hamstring) and OF Eloy Jiménez (torn
pec), two of the White Sox three Silver Slugger Award winners
from 2020, are on the injured list.
 They are joined on the injured list by RHP Dylan Cease, OFs
Adam Engel (right hamstring) and Billy Hamilton (left hamstring)
and LHP Jace Fry (recovery from microdiscectomy).

THE YERMÍN˨ATOR
 Rookie Yermín Mercedes leads the American League in average (.485) and on-base percentage (.541) and ranks fourth in
OPS (1.298) and slugging percentage (.758).
 Some of Mercedes’ notable accomplishments in 2021:
 15 hits were the most by a Sox player in his fi rst seven career games.
 12 hits were the most by any player in the modern era over his fi rst
four career starts and the most by any White Sox player over his fi rst
four games of a season, surpassing Ducky Holmes’ 11 in 1904.
 First player with 3-plus hits in a game three times in his fi rst four career
starts since Roy Campanella in 1948.
 First player in MLB history to start a season 8-8, breaking the mark of
7-7 set by Cincinnati’s Chris Stynes in 2007 (Elias and STATS).
 Went 5-5 with a double and four RBI on 4/2 at Angels, becoming the
fi rst player in MLB history to go 5-5 in his fi rst career start.
 Joined Washington’s Cecil Travis (5-7 on 5/16/1933 vs. Cleveland) as
the only players in the MLB modern era to collect fi ve hits in his fi rst
career start (STATS).

MVP! MVP! MVP! MVP!
José Abreu hit his 200th career home run on 4/6 at Seattle,
joining Frank Thomas (448), Paul Konerko (432), Harold Baines
(221) and Carlton Fisk (214) as the only players in Sox history to
reach that milestone.
 In 2020, Abreu became the fourth player (fifth time) in Sox
history to be named American League MVP, joining Nellie Fox
(1959), Dick Allen (1972) and Frank Thomas (1993-94).
 Abreu, who won his third career Silver Slugger Award, also
became the fi rst player in Sox history to lead the major leagues
in RBI and the fi rst player to lead the AL in RBI in back-to-back
seasons since Boston’s David Ortiz in 2005-06.

SILVER SOX
 1B José Abreu (third career) and SS Tim Anderson (fi rst) and
OF Eloy Jiménez (fi rst) were named American League Silver
Slugger Award winners in 2020.
 The three recipients were a franchise-record, and the Sox became the fi rst AL team with three diff erent winners since Boston’s
Mookie Betts, Xander Bogaerts and David Ortiz won in 2016.

CY YOUNG SOX
 Four members of the White Sox current pitching staff fi nished
in the Top 10 of the AL Cy Young Award voting in 2020.
 Dallas Keuchel, Lance Lynn (Texas) and Lucas Giolito were
fi fth-seventh while Liam Hendriks (Oakland) tied for ninth.
 No other AL team has more than one pitcher who received
votes in 2020 … the Dodgers, Milwaukee, Philadelphia and San
Diego (two each) are the only MLB teams with more than one.
 Jack McDowell (1993), LaMarr Hoyt (1983) and Early Wynn
(1959) are the only pitchers in White Sox history to win the award.

KASPER MOVES SOUTH
 Veteran broadcaster Len Kasper is in his fi rst season in the
White Sox radio booth after spending the last 16 seasons in the
Chicago Cubs TV booth.
 Kasper will pair with long-time analyst Darrin Jackson to
provide play-by-play for Sox broadcasts on ESPN AM-1000, the
team’s new fl agship radio station, and also will work approximately 20-25 TV games on NBC Sports Chicago.

SOX ON THE HOMESTAND (2-2)
vs. K.C. | CLE …………………………………1-1 | 1-1
Runs Scored | Allowed ……………………….. 13 | 9
AVG | OBP | SLG | HR …… .181 | .300 | .307 | 4
Average with RISP ……………………….235 (8-34)
ERA | QS ………………….. 1.42 (6 ER/38.0 IP) | 2

BEST ERA BY AL STARTERS
Club ERA
Cleveland Indians ………………………………… 2.43
Minnesota Twins ………………………………….. 2.56
Chicago White Sox …………………………….. 2.87
Toronto Blue Jays ………………………………… 3.42

MERCEDES AMONG MLB LEADERS
Category Rank No.
Average 1st .485
On-Base Pct. 1st .541
OPS 4th 1.298
Slugging Pct. 7th .758

MLB RBI LEADERS SINCE 2014
Player RBI
Nolan Arenado ……………………………………… 716
José Abreu …………………………………………. 680
Nelson Cruz …………………………………………. 673

ALL-TIME MANAGERIAL WINS
Manager W-L
Connie Mack……………………………..3,731-3,948
John McGraw ……………………………2,763-1,948
Tony La Russa …………………………2,733-2,371
Bobby Cox ………………………………..2,504-2,001

55 STARTER CARLOS RODÓN LHP

Carlos Rodón pitching for the Chicago White Sox in 2016. By Keith Allison on Flickr, CC BY-SA 2.0, https commons.wikimedia.org

HT: 6-3 | WT: 245 Age: 28 (12/10/92) Signed Through: 2021
Born: Miami, Fl. | Resides: Covington, Ind.

Tonight’s Starters 2021 Career 2020 vs. Opp. Career vs. Opp.
RHP Zach Plesac 1-1, 1.38 13-9, 3.18 1-0, 1.74 1-2, 3.03
LHP Carlos Rodón 1-0, 0.00 30-33, 4.10 0-2, 13.50 5-5, 2.94

RODÓN AT A GLANCE
Is scheduled to make his second start of the season
and fi rst at Guaranteed Rate Field … was scratched from
his scheduled start on Monday due an upset stomach.
Has been on the injured list at least once in each of
the last fi ve seasons: 2020 (left shoulders soreness),
2019 (Tommy John surgery), 2018 (recovery from left
shoulder surgery), 2017 (left biceps bursitis/left shoulder
infl ammation) and 2016 (sprained left wrist).
Has appeared in just 12 games (10 starts) with the
Sox since 2019, going 4-4 with a 5.13 ERA (27 ER/47.1
IP) and 61 strikeouts.
Is the third longest-tenured player on the White Sox
and longest pitcher … behind Leury García (2013) and
José Abreu (2014).
Was the White Sox Opening Day starter in 2019.
Originally was selected by the White Sox in the fi rst
round (third overall) of the June 2014 First-Year Player
Draft out of North Carolina State.

LAST START
Recorded the win in his fi rst start of the season on 4/5
at Seattle, pitching 5.0 scoreless IP with two hits allowed,
three walks and nine strikeouts … it was his fi rst victory
since 4/19/19 at Detroit.
Six of the fi rst nine outs he recorded were strikeouts,
including three in the fi rst inning … in the third, stranded
J.P. Crawford at third base with no outs … in the fourth,
held the Mariners scoreless after loading the bases with
one out.
Left the game in the sixth with the Sox leading 6-0 …
threw 95 pitches (57 strikes).
Owned a 45.5 fi rst-strike percentage, and a 15.8
swinging-strike percentage (19 swing and misses) vs. 22
batters … threw 57 fastballs (95.4 mph avg; 98.4 mph
max), 26 sliders (85.2 avg; 89.2 max), seven changeups
(86.0 avg; 86.8 max), seven curveballs (75.6 avg; 77.8
max).

SOUTHPAW DOMINANCE
Left-handed batters are hitting .226/.307/.343 (100-
443) against Rodón lifetime… his .226 opponents
average against lefties is the seventh-lowest among AL
left-handers since 2015 (minimum 450 batters faced).
Has allowed just 10 career homers to left-handed
hitters, tied for fi fth-lowest among AL lefties since 2015.
(minimum 450 batters faced).

2020 SEASON REVIEW
 Was limited by left shoulder soreness to four games
and two starts in his sixth season with the White Sox.
 Made the Opening Day rotation after the delayed start to
the regular season allowed him to complete his recovery
from Tommy John surgery in May 2019.
 Left his second start on 8/3 at Milwaukee after 2.0
scoreless IP with left shoulder soreness … was placed
on the 10-day injured list on 8/4 and transferred to the
45-day IL on 9/13 … was reinstated from the IL on 9/24.
 Made his postseason debut in the decisive Game 3 of
the AL Wild Card Series on 10/1 at Oakland … surrendered two runs on one hit and two walks without recording
an out.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
Made nine consecutive quality starts with fi ve or fewer
hits allowed from 7/5-8/27/18, marking the longest such
streak by a White Sox pitcher since at least 1908 … went
5-0 with a 1.84 ERA (13 ER/63.2 IP), .151 opponents
average, 0.93 WHIP and 49 strikeouts during the streak.
Matched Joe Cowley’s club and American League
record of seven consecutive strikeouts to open a game
on 9/30/16 … also tied Crowley’s Sox record for most
consecutive strikeouts at any point in a game.
Struck out 139 batters in 2015, the second-most by a
Sox rookie behind Gary Peters (189 in 1963).

VS. CLEVELAND INDIANS
Is scheduled to make his 16th career start (18th appearance) against the Indians and seventh (eight) at home.
Has gone 5-4 with a 2.74 ERA (29 ER/95.1 IP), 91
strikeouts and a .223 (77-345) opponents average over
15 career starts against Cleveland.
Made his major-league debut on 4/21/15 vs. the Indians
… allowed two runs over 2.1 IP in relief.

WHITE SOX 1ST ROUND PICKS ON ROSTER
Player (Overall pick) Draft Year
SS Tim Anderson (17th) ………………………………………………..2013
LHP Carlos Rodón (3rd) ………………………………………………2014
C Zack Collins (10th) …………………………………………………….2016
INF Nick Madrigal (4th)………………………………………………….2018
INF/OF Andrew Vaughn (3rd) …………………………………………2019
LHP Garrett Crochet (11th) …………………………………………….2020

LONGEST˨TENURED WHITE SOX
Player 1st Year with Sox
INF/OF Leury García …………………………………………………….2013
1B/DH José Abreu ………………………………………………………..2014
LHP Carlos Rodón ………………………………………………………2015

RODÓN’S 2021 STARTING GAME LOG (1 GS)
Date Opp. W-L IP H R ER HR BB SO Pit ERA
4/5 at Sea. W 5.0 2 0 0 0 3 9 95 0.00
2021 Totals 1-0 5.0 2 0 0 0 3 9 — 0.00
Career 29-33 536.2 509 270 247 66 231 525 — 4.14

RODÓN’S 2020 STARTING GAME LOG (2 GS)
Date Opp. W-L IP H R ER HR BB SO Pit ERA
7/28 at Cle. L 3.2 4 5 5 1 3 4 71 12.27
8/3 at Mil. ND 2.0 3 1 1 0 0 1 26 9.53
9/24 at Cle. L 0.1 2 1 1 0 0 0 16 10.50
9/27 vs. Cubs ND 1.2 0 0 0 0 0 1 20 8.22
2020 Totals 0-2 7.2 9 7 7 1 3 6 — 8.22
*Italics = relief appearance

RODÓN’S 2021 STATISTICAL BREAKDOWN
Split W-L ERA G-GS IP H R ER HR BB SO AVG
Home — — — ——— — — — — —
Road 1-0 0.00 1-1 5.0 2 0 0 0 3 9 .118
Day — — — ——— — — — — —
Night 1-0 0.00 1-1 5.0 2 0 0 0 3 9 .118
April 1-0 0.00 1-1 5.0 2 0 0 0 3 9 .118
Category AVG AB H HR BB SO HBP OBP SLG OPS
Total .118 17 2 0 3 9 2 .318 .176 .495
vs. Left .167 6 1 0 1 4 0 .167 .167 .452
vs. Right .091 11 1 0 2 5 2 .333 .182 .515
QS-GS Pct. RSA #P/G SO/9 SO/BB HR/9 WHIP W-L
0-1 .000 10.80 95 16.20 3.00 0.00 1.00 1-0

RODÓN’S 2021 ADVANCED METRICS
FIP BABIP Contact% F-Str% SwStr% HardHit% FB% FBvelo
2.86 .250 65.1 45.5 15.8 25.0 60.0 95.4

RODÓN’S GAME BESTS/HIGHS
2021 Season Career
IP 5.0 (4/5 at SEA) 9.0 (3x, 8/25/20 vs. PIT)
SO 9 (4/5 at SEA; 5.0 IP) 13 (3x, 8/25/20 vs. PIT)
R (High) None 9 (4/21/18 vs. HOU; 2.0 IP)
HR (High) None 4 (7/25/19 vs. MIN, 5.0 IP)
Hits (High) 2 (4/5 at SEA; 5.0 IP) 9 (2x, 5/29/18 at CLE, 6.0 IP)
CG None 4 (8/25/20 vs. PIT; 9.0 IP)
SHO None 3 (8/25/20 vs. PIT; 9.0 IP)
Pitches 95 (4/5 at SEA; 5.0 IP) 119 (8/23 at CLE, 6.0 IP)
Scoreless IP 6.2 (9/27-present) 22.0 (5/28-6/8/19)
Win Streak 1 game (4/5-current) 9 games (4/12-6/14/19)
Loss Streak None 4 games (2x, 8/27/19-7/24/20)

RODÓN’S LAST 10 GAMES VS. CLEVELAND
Date H/R W-L ERA G-GS IP H R ER HR BB SO #Pit
9/14/16 H L 10.80 1-1 5.0 9 6 6 1 3 5 95
9/25/16 R W 4.15 1-1 8.0 2 0 0 0 3 11 108
7/30/17 H ND 3.20 1-1 6.2 6 1 1 1 2 9 110
6/14/18 H ND 3.28 1-1 5.0 2 2 2 1 3 4 100
6/19/18 R L 3.77 1-1 6.1 5 4 4 0 2 5 98
8/10/18 H ND 3.00 1-1 8.0 4 0 0 0 2 5 106
9/18/18 R L 3.33 1-1 7.0 7 5 4 1 3 1 84
4/3/19 R W 2.94 1-1 6.0 2 1 0 0 1 9 103
7/28/20 R L 3.56 1-1 3.2 4 5 5 1 3 4 71
9/24/20 R L 3.70 1-0 0.1 2 1 1 0 0 0 16
Home 1-1 2.93 6-5 40.0 33 13 13 3 19 36 —
Road 4-4 2.95 10-9 58.0 49 21 19 3 14 56 —
Career 5-5 2.94 17-15 98.0 82 34 32 6 33 92 —
*Personal bests vs. Indians in bold italics
*Italics = relief appearance

RODÓN VS. CLEVELAND INDIANS
Player AB H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO AVG OBP SLG
Hernández 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 1.000 1.000 1.000
Ramírez 34 10 4 1 0 5 4 4 .294 .385 .471
Pérez 9 2 1 0 0 0 2 3 .222 .364 .333
Luplow 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 .200 .200 .200
Bauers 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 .000 .333 .000
Chang 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 .000 .000 .000
Gamel 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 .000
Reyes 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 .000 .500 .000
Rosario 12 0 0 0 0 1 0 7 .000 .000 .000

BULLPEN NOTES

SOX BULLPEN Last: L; 2 R/3.0 IP
Series: 1˨1; 2 R/7.0 IP Home: 1˨2; 5 R/12.1 IP
SV: 1-6 (16.7) | IR/IRS: 24/6 (25.0) | 1st Batter: 4-27 (.148)
Season Highs: IP – 5.1 (4/11 vs. K.C.) | SO – 8 (2x, 4/11 vs. K.C.)
 White Sox relievers are 2-6 with a 4.06 ERA (17 ER/37.2 IP),
51 strikeouts and a .227 (32-141) opponents average over their
fi rst 10 games of 2021.
 The Sox bullpen has struck out fi ve-plus batters in six of its 10
games this season … its 12.19 strikeouts per 9.0 IP (51 SO/37.2
IP) lead the American League and rank second in the majors

2021 BULLPEN STATISTICS
Pitcher SV-OPP HLD SO/9.0 SO/BB WHIP OPS LHB RHB
Bummer 0-1 0 16.2 1.50 2.40 .717 .200 .300
Burdi
Crochet 0-0 1 11.6 3.00 1.07 .498 .000 .231
Foster 0-1 0 18.0 3.00 2.67 1.111 .625 .143
Hendriks 1-2 0 14.5 7.00 1.15 .866 .375 .111
Heuer 0-0 2 10.8 8.00 1.20 .778 .286 .294
Kopech 0-0 1 15.6 5.50 0.47 .236 .000 .083
Marshall 0-2 1 9.0 3.00 1.33 .865 .143 .333
Ruiz 0-0 0 2.7 — 0.30 .182 .250 .000

TEAM HITTING NOTES Home: .181/.300/.307; 4 HR, 3.3 R/G
vs. CLE: .131/.221/.197; 1 HR, 4 R Homestand: .181/.300/.307; 4 HR, 13 R
10+ Run Gms: 2 (last, 4/6 at SEA) | SHOs: 1 (4/13 vs. CLE) | MultiHR Gms: 3 (last, 4/8 vs. K.C.)
2021 Season Highs: R – 12 (4/2 at LAA) | H – 13 (4/2 at LAA) | HR – 3 (4/6 at SEA)
 The White Sox rank second in MLB with 55 walk and eighth with a .333 on-base pct.
 Chicago has scored four or less in four of the last fi ve contests, and is hitting
.185/.321/.299 with four homers and 17 runs scored (3.4 R/G) during that span.
 The White Sox have left 74 runners on base and are 17-82 (.207) with RISP over the
last nine games … they have left nine or more on base fi ve times during that span.

HIGHEST AVG. EV ON HR
IN 2020 (MIN. 10 HR)
Player Avg EV HR
Luis Robert ……….. 109.2 ….11
Miguel Sanó ………. 108.8 … 13
Ronald Acuña Jr…..108.7 … 14
Teoscar Hernández …108.3 … 16
Matt Chapman …… 108.3 … 10

TEAM HITTING NOTES Home: .181/.300/.307; 4 HR, 3.3 R/G
vs. CLE: .131/.221/.197; 1 HR, 4 R Homestand: .181/.300/.307; 4 HR, 13 R
10+ Run Gms: 2 (last, 4/6 at SEA) | SHOs: 1 (4/13 vs. CLE) | MultiHR Gms: 3 (last, 4/8 vs. K.C.)
2021 Season Highs: R – 12 (4/2 at LAA) | H – 13 (4/2 at LAA) | HR – 3 (4/6 at SEA)
 The White Sox rank second in MLB with 55 walk and eighth with a .333 on-base pct.
 Chicago has scored four or less in four of the last fi ve contests, and is hitting
.185/.321/.299 with four homers and 17 runs scored (3.4 R/G) during that span.
 The White Sox have left 74 runners on base and are 17-82 (.207) with RISP over the
last nine games … they have left nine or more on base fi ve times during that span

C OPS LEADERS SINCE ’15
Player, Club OPS
Yasmani Grandal, SOX …..801
Buster Posey, S.F. …………..795
J.T. Realmuto, PHI …………..786
Wilson Ramos, DET ………..765
Salvador Perez, K.C. ……….753

WHITE SOX VS. RHP ZACH PLESAC
Player AB H HR RBI AVG OBP SLG
Jose Abreu 11 2 0 0 .182 .250 .273
Zack Collins 1 0 0 0 .000 .667 .000
Adam Eaton 3 1 0 0 .333 .333 .333
Leury Garcia 7 2 0 0 .286 .375 .286
Yasmani Grandal 9 1 0 1 .111 .111 .111
Danny Mendick 5 1 0 0 .200 .200 .200
Yoan Moncada 12 3 0 0 .250 .250 .500
Luis Robert 6 1 0 0 .167 .167 .333

WHITE SOX AL TEAM RANKINGS
Category Rank Statistic
Walks ………………………..1st ……………………… 55
On-Base Pct. ……………. 4th …………………… .333
Runs Scored …………….. 5th ……………………… 55
OPS ………………………… 8th …………………… .692
Average …………………. T10th …………………. .224
Home Runs……………… T8th …………………….. 12
Slugging Pct. …………… 13th ………………….. .358
Extra-Base Hits……….. T12th ……………………. 26

SOX AMONG AL LEADERS (TOP 5)
Player Category Rank No.
Eaton…………..Runs Scored …….T3rd ………. 10
Grandal …………….Walks ………….T3rd ………… 9
Mercedes ………..Average ………… 1st …….. .485
……………………On-Base Pct. …….. 1st …….. .541
………………….. 3+ Hit Games …….T1st ………… 3
……………………….. BABIP ………….2nd …….. .519
…………………………. Hits ……………T3rd ………. 16
………………………….OPS ……………3rd …… 1.298
Robert …………….Doubles ………..T4th ………… 4

UPCOMING CAREER MILESTONES
Player Needs || Milestone
José Abreu………….. 68 Games for 1,000 career
20 RBI for 700 career
Adam Eaton ………………91 Hits for 1,000 career
Yasmani Grandal ………….51 RBI for 500 caree

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