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Retired Numbers

Nellie Fox - #2
  • Nellie Fox played 14 seasons with the White Sox and was a 12-time All-Star. He was the American League MVP in 1959 and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1997. His number retired in 1976.
  • Fox's career stats »
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Harold Baines - #3
  • Harold Baines has played three stints with the White Sox and ranks second in club history in home runs. His number was retired in 1989.
  • Baines' career stats »
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Luke Appling - #4
  • Luke Appling played 20 seasons with the White Sox and is the club's all-time leader in games, at-bats, hits, doubles, runs and walks. He entered the Hall of Fame in 1964, and his number was retired in 1975.
  • Appling's career stats »
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Minnie Minoso - #9
  • Minnie Minoso played 12 seasons with the White Sox over five decades. The seven-time All-Star was The Sporting News Rookie of the Year in 1951. His number was retired in 1983.
  • Minoso's career stats »
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Luis Aparicio - #11
  • Luis Aparicio played 10 seasons with the White Sox and was the 1956 American League Rookie of the Year. The 10-time All-Star and nine-time Gold Glove winner entered the Hall of Fame in 1984. His number was also retired in 1984.
  • Aparicio's career stats »
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Ted Lyons - #16
  • Ted Lyons pitched 21 seasons with the White Sox and won 260 games. He was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1955 and had his number retired in 1987.
  • Lyons' career stats »
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Billy Pierce - #19
  • Billy Pierce spent 13 seasons with the White Sox and was a seven-time All-Star. The first Sox pitcher to start an All-Star game, his number was retired in 1987.
  • Pierce's career stats »
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Frank Thomas - #35
  • The Big Hurt made his Major League debut in 1990 and set club records for homers (448) and RBIs (1,465). His number was retired in 2010.
  • Thomas' career stats »
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Jackie Robinson - #42
  • Hall of Famer Jackie Robinson broke baseball's color barrier with the Brooklyn Dodgers on April 15, 1947. Fifty years later, his number 42 was retired by all Major League clubs.
  • Robinson's career stats »
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Carlton Fisk - #72
  • Carlton Fisk spent 13 seasons with the White Sox and is third in club history in home runs. He holds MLB records for games caught and home runs by a catcher. He entered the Hall of Fame in 2000 and his number was retired in 1997.
  • Fisk's career stats »
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