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Here's a little game. I'll start off by mentioning a random White Sox player from the past. The next person that replies has to reply with a thought, memory, opinion, etc. about that player, and then they choose a new player.

 

 

Mike Devereaux

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QUOTE (Heads22 @ Jan 27, 2011 -> 10:02 PM)
Here's a little game. I'll start off by mentioning a random White Sox player from the past. The next person that replies has to reply with a thought, memory, opinion, etc. about that player, and then they choose a new player.

 

 

Mike Devereaux

He was an average RF and the Sox caught lightning in a bottle with him in '95 at the age of 32.

 

He had a career year in BA, OBP and SLG in the shortened '95 season before getting dealt to ATL and getting a ring with the Braves.

 

 

Jose De Leon

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QUOTE (knightni @ Jan 27, 2011 -> 09:10 PM)
He was an average RF and the Sox caught lightning in a bottle with him in '95 at the age of 32.

 

He had a career year in BA, OBP and SLG in the shortened '95 season before getting dealt to ATL and getting a ring with the Braves.

 

 

Jose De Leon

 

Acquired from Pittsburg for Bobby Bonilla.

 

 

Ivan Calderon

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QUOTE (YASNY @ Jan 27, 2011 -> 09:44 PM)
Acquired from Pittsburg for Bobby Bonilla.

 

 

Ivan Calderon

 

Marginal to decent player. All-star in 1991. Shot and killed by the mafia.

 

Tony Phillips.

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Used to spit a whole hell of a lot. Loved his batting stance. Dude knew how to draw a walk.

 

Norberto Martin

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QUOTE (witesoxfan @ Jan 27, 2011 -> 09:56 PM)
Used to spit a whole hell of a lot. Loved his batting stance. Dude knew how to draw a walk.

 

Norberto Martin

 

Why did you ignore me, dickhead?

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QUOTE (Jordan4life @ Jan 27, 2011 -> 09:58 PM)
Why did you ignore me, dickhead?

 

Ha, I was talking about Tony

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QUOTE (witesoxfan @ Jan 27, 2011 -> 10:00 PM)
Ha, I was talking about Tony

 

lol. My bad. You didn't quote me so I assumed you ignored me. I didn't even read the post.

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QUOTE (Jordan4life @ Jan 27, 2011 -> 11:08 PM)
Norberto Martin was basically a light-hitting, utility IF who offered next to nothing outside of an occasional web gem.

 

Mike Cameron

Jon Rauch and Jim Parque

 

Tony Graffanino

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QUOTE (Rowand44 @ Jan 27, 2011 -> 10:21 PM)
Jon Rauch and Jim Parque

 

Tony Graffanino

The error in Game 2 of the ALDS?

 

In all seriousness, a good utility scrappy guy that all teams have. Fun player to watch though.

 

Kelly Wunsch

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QUOTE (knightni @ Jan 27, 2011 -> 10:29 PM)
Very good guitar player and solid LOOGy.

 

 

Joe Cowley

 

The only pitcher in Major League history to throw a no-hitter then never win another game.

*Poor guy had the name first, don't blame him.

 

 

-Tadahito Iguchi

 

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QUOTE (SmashROT @ Jan 27, 2011 -> 11:21 PM)
"The play"

 

Jeff Liefer

Hit a really long home run in Baltimore.

 

Lyle Mouton.

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QUOTE (kjshoe04 @ Jan 28, 2011 -> 12:23 AM)
Hit a really long home run in Baltimore.

 

Lyle Mouton.

It was scary when he broke his face.

 

Wil Cordero

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QUOTE (TomPickle @ Jan 28, 2011 -> 02:04 AM)
Wil Cordero

He was pretty decent when he was here offensively, but he regressed really quickly from his SS days in Montreal.

 

Rocky Biddle

 

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QUOTE (knightni @ Jan 28, 2011 -> 02:39 AM)
He was pretty decent when he was here offensively, but he regressed really quickly from his SS days in Montreal.

 

Rocky Biddle

Side Burns.

 

 

Timo Perez

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QUOTE (kev211 @ Jan 28, 2011 -> 03:50 AM)
Side Burns.

 

 

Timo Perez

 

He brought the fire and the passion to the 2005 title team!

 

Jon Adkins

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QUOTE (TitoMB @ Jan 28, 2011 -> 03:37 AM)
He brought the fire and the passion to the 2005 title team!

 

Jon Adkins

Ray Durham Trade

 

 

Greg Norton

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yet another player who followed Robin Ventura that could not escape his shadow.

 

Jason Bere

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QUOTE (KyYlE23 @ Jan 28, 2011 -> 06:29 AM)
yet another player who followed Robin Ventura that could not escape his shadow.

 

Jason Bere

 

Another one of the young pitchers from 2000 that started strong but never made a long career out of it, played for the Cubs too.

 

Herbert Perry

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QUOTE (LittleHurt05 @ Jan 28, 2011 -> 07:41 AM)
Another one of the young pitchers from 2000 that started strong but never made a long career out of it, played for the Cubs too.

 

Herbert Perry

Milkman delivers!!!

 

Gary Redus

 

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QUOTE (southsider2k5 @ Jan 28, 2011 -> 08:42 AM)
A lot of stolen bases on a really bad White Sox team.

 

Jerry Don Gleaton

 

Played "The Whammer" in The Natural . Oh wait, that was Joe Don Baker.

 

Fred Manrique

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