Magglio Ordonez

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  • 6' 0"/215

Magglio Ordonez Estadísticas de por vida en MLB

PRO H4 CI BR OPS
.309 294 1236 94 .871

Magglio Ordonez Biografía

  • Nombre Completo: Magglio Jose Ordonez
  • Nacido: 1/28/1974 en Caracas, Venezuela
  • Debut: agosto 29, 1997
  • Último Juego: 9/27/2011
  • Familiar(es): padre de Magglio Ordonez
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Año TB C H H4 CI BR PRO OBP OPS
Estadísticas de por vida en MLB 6978 1076 2156 294 1236 94 .309 .369 .871

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Magglio Ordonez Estadísticas

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Magglio Ordonez Estadísticas Avanzadas

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Magglio Ordonez Eventos de Statcast

Premios

Magglio Ordonez Premios

AL All-Star

Año Equipo League
2001 Chi White Sox AL
2006 Detroit AL
2007 Detroit AL

AL Silver Slugger

Año Equipo League
2000 Chi White Sox AL
2002 Chi White Sox AL
2007 Detroit AL

Home Run Derby Participant

Año Equipo League
2007 Detroit AL

AL Player of the Month

Mes Equipo League
07/2003 Chi White Sox AL
08/2007 Detroit AL

AL Player of the Week

Week Equipo League
02/07/2000 Chi White Sox AL
17/06/2001 Chi White Sox AL
12/05/2002 Chi White Sox AL
11/08/2002 Chi White Sox AL
22/09/2002 Chi White Sox AL
11/04/2004 Chi White Sox AL
29/04/2007 Detroit AL
25/05/2008 Detroit AL

Magglio Ordonez Tabla de líderes

Promedio de bateo

Season PRO Rank
1999 .301 24th in AL
2000 .315 16th in AL
2001 .305 16th in AL
2002 .320 5th in AL
2003 .317 5th in AL
2006 .298 21st in AL
2007 .363 1st in AL
2008 .317 5th in AL
2009 .310 10th in AL

Jonrón

Season H4 Rank
1999 30 20th in AL
2000 32 17th in AL
2001 31 14th in AL
2002 38 6th in AL
2003 29 14th in AL
2006 24 25th in AL
2007 28 7th in AL

Carrera impulsada

Season CI Rank
1999 117 10th in AL
2000 126 7th in AL
2001 113 11th in AL
2002 135 2nd in AL
2003 99 21st in AL
2006 104 16th in AL
2007 139 2nd in AL
2008 103 8th in AL

Bases robadas

Season BR Rank
2000 18 20th in AL
2001 25 19th in AL

Porcentaje de embasarse Más Slugging

Season OPS Rank
2000 .917 19th in AL
2001 .914 13th in AL
2002 .978 6th in AL
2003 .926 9th in AL
2007 1.029 4th in AL
2008 .869 17th in AL

Promedio de embasarse

Season OBP Rank
2001 .382 13th in AL
2002 .381 11th in AL
2003 .380 14th in AL
2007 .434 2nd in AL
2008 .376 10th in AL
2009 .376 18th in AL

Promedio de slugging

Season SLG Rank
2000 .546 15th in AL
2001 .533 14th in AL
2002 .597 5th in AL
2003 .546 9th in AL
2007 .595 4th in AL
2008 .494 17th in AL

Carreras anotadas

Season C Rank
2000 102 24th in AL
2001 97 20th in AL
2002 116 6th in AL
2003 95 16th in AL
2007 117 5th in AL

Boletos

Season BB Rank
2001 70 19th in AL
2007 76 16th in AL

Hits

Season H Rank
1999 188 11th in AL
2000 185 13th in AL
2001 181 9th in AL
2002 189 8th in AL
2003 192 8th in AL
2006 177 16th in AL
2007 216 2nd in AL
2008 178 16th in AL

Dobles

Season 2B Rank
2001 40 6th in AL
2002 47 4th in AL
2003 46 4th in AL
2007 54 1st in AL

Juegos jugados

Season J Rank
1999 157 13th in AL
2001 160 7th in AL
2002 153 22nd in AL
2003 160 8th in AL
2006 155 16th in AL
2007 157 12th in AL

Turnos al bate

Season TB Rank
1999 624 7th in AL
2000 588 20th in AL
2001 593 17th in AL
2002 590 19th in AL
2003 606 19th in AL
2006 593 19th in AL
2007 595 16th in AL

Turnos al bate

Season VB Rank
1999 677 19th in AL
2000 665 25th in AL
2001 671 21st in AL
2002 654 24th in AL
2003 674 17th in AL
2007 679 13th in AL

Total de bases

Season TB Rank
1999 318 13th in AL
2000 321 13th in AL
2001 316 9th in AL
2002 352 3rd in AL
2003 331 10th in AL
2006 283 23rd in AL
2007 354 2nd in AL
2008 277 17th in AL

Atrapado robando

Season AR Rank
1998 7 25th in AL
2001 7 22nd in AL
2003 5 24th in AL
2008 5 21st in AL

Golpeado por la pelota

Season GPP Rank
1998 9 13th in AL

Magglio Ordonez Transacciones recientes

Team Date Transaction
30 de octubre de 2011 RF Magglio Ordonez eligio agente libre.
17 de octubre de 2011 Detroit Tigers activan a RF Magglio Ordonez.
13 de junio de 2011 Magglio Ordonez estado en la lista cambian a por Detroit Tigers.
3 de junio de 2011 envian a RF Magglio Ordonez una asignación de rehabilitación a Toledo Mud Hens.
13 de mayo de 2011 Detroit Tigers ponen a RF Magglio Ordonez en la 15-día lista de deshabilitado retroactivo al May 11, 2011. Right ankle weakness.
17 de diciembre de 2010 Detroit Tigers agente libre firmado RF Magglio Ordonez.
7 de noviembre de 2010 RF Magglio Ordonez eligio agente libre.
6 de octubre de 2010 Detroit Tigers activan a RF Magglio Ordonez de la 15-día lista de deshabilitado.
25 de julio de 2010 Detroit Tigers ponen a RF Magglio Ordonez en la 15-día lista de deshabilitado. Fractured right ankle.
22 de mayo de 2009 Detroit Tigers activan a RF Magglio Ordonez.
18 de mayo de 2009 RF Magglio Ordonez estado en la lista cambian a por Detroit Tigers.

Info Biográfica de Magglio Jose Ordonez

He, his wife Dagly, son Magglio Jr. (10/14/95) and daughters Maggliana (1/28/01) and Sophia (9/9/04) reside in Fort Lauderdale, FL during the offseason...Established the Ordonez Family Scholarship in 2008, an annual $2,500 scholarship awarded to a Southwest Detroit high school senior to attend college...Was the Tigers recipient of the Roberto Clemente Award in 2008...Donated $100,000 to the American Red Cross to support those affected by the earthquake in Haiti in January of 2010...Actively participates with Tigers Dreams Come True, the Detroit Tigers Autographed Memorabilia Donation Program and Autographs for a Cause, sponsored several Hispanic youths during the annual Fiesta Tigres! game, funded a field renovation project in Southwest Detroit named Magglio Ordonez Field (dedicated in July of 2010), attended and sponsored several families from area pediatric hospitals to attend "Keeping Kids in the Game" and he participated in the Tigers Winter Caravan. 2011 Completed his seventh season with the Tigers, seeing action in less than 100 games for the second straight year...Sidelined May 11-June 13 with right ankle weakness -- saw action in nine games with Triple A Toledo during an injury rehabilitation assignment June 3-11, hitting .297 (11x37) with a double, two home runs and six RBI...Compiled an 11-game hitting streak July 7-23, batting .395 (15x38)...Collected a season-high three hits on July 20 versus Oakland -- equaled the high with three hits on September 1 versus Kansas City and Septemer 17 at Oakland...Hit .294 (25x85) in 23 games during July...Posted a season-high 18-game hitting August 15-September 27, batting .385 (25x65)...Finished with a season-best three RBI on September 1 versus Kansas City...Batted .419 (18x43) in 13 games during September...Hit .292 (38x130) versus lefthanded pitchers...batted .231 (46x199) with righties on the mound...Batted .304 (51x168) in 48 games at home...hit .205 (33x161) in 44 games on the road...Hit .294 (48x163) in 45 games following the all-star break...batted .217 (36x166) in 47 games prior to the All-Star Break. 2010 Limited to 84 games in his sixth season with the Tigers in 2010 before landing on the disabled list for the remainder of the season on July 25 with a right ankle fracture...Doubled in the first inning off Zack Greinke on April 5 at Kansas City -- marked the 400th double of his career...Posted multiple hits in each of his first four games of the season April 5-9 -- marked the longest such streak by a Tigers player to begin the season since Chris Shelton recorded five multi-hit games to open the 2006 season...Collected the 2,000th hit of his career on April 29 versus Minnesota, a single in the fourth inning off Carl Pavano...Compiled a season-high 10-game hitting streak June 2-20, batting .442 (19x43) with five doubles, a triple, three home runs and 15 RBI...Drove in a season-high five runs on June 3 versus Cleveland...Equaled a career high with four hits on June 15 versus Washington...Underwent a surgical procedure to stabilize his right ankle fracture on August 25, a procedure performed by Dr. Phillip Kwong of the Kerlan-Jobe Clinic in Los Angeles...Hit .371 (26x70) against lefthanded pitchers...batted .285 (72x253) with righties on the mound...Batted .324 (59x182) in 47 games at Comerica Park...hit .277 (39x141) in 37 games on the road. 2009 Completed his fifth season with the Tigers in 2009, hitting .310 in 131 games -- became the first Tigers player to hit .300-or-better in three straight seasons since Harvey Kuenn did so in four straight seasons (1953-56)...Collected 17 straight singles to open the season, matching the longest such streak by a Tigers player since at least 1954 -- John Knox collected 17 straight singles for the Tigers to open the 1974 season...Compiled a season-high 16-game hitting streak May 8-30, batting .381 (24x63) with seven doubles and seven RBI...On the bereavement list May 18-22 as he left the club to be with his wife as she underwent surgery...Hit .315 (28x89) with seven doubles and 10 RBI in 23 games during May...Connected for a two-run home run on June 25 versus the Chicago Cubs, his first home run since April 27 versus the New York Yankees -- snapped a stretch of 150 at-bats without a home run...Connected for his seventh career grand slam on July 21 versus Seattle -- collected a season-high four RBI...Batted .392 (20x51) over a 14-game stretch July 31-August 19...Hit .348 (24x69) with three doubles, two triples, two home runs and seven RBI in 22 games during August -- ninth in the American League with a .348 batting average during the month...Posted a 13-game hitting streak September 19-October 6, batting .490 (24x49)...Led the American League with a .410 batting average (32x78) in 23 games during September...Equaled a career high with four hits on October 4 versus the Chicago White Sox...Batted .352 (51x145) against lefthanded pitchers -- fourth in the American League with a .352 batting average versus lefties...hit .291 (93x320) with righties on the mound...Batted .329 (70x213) in 61 games at home -- 10th in the American League with a .329 batting average at home...hit .294 (74x252) in 70 games on the road...Hit .260 (69x265) in 71 games prior to the all-star break...batted .375 (75x200) in 60 games following the all-star break -- tops among all American League players with a .375 batting average following the all-star break. 2008 Collected 103 RBI in his fourth season with the Tigers in 2008, marking the third straight season he has driven in 100- or-more runs for the club -- is the first Tigers player to drive in 100-or-more runs in three straight seasons since Cecil Fielder did so in four straight seasons (1990-93)...Finished fifth in the American League with a .317 batting average, while he tied for eighth with 103 RBI and finished 10th with a .376 on-base percentage...tied for the league lead with 27 grounded into double plays...Collected the 1,000th RBI of his career on April 22 versus Texas, belting a solo home run in the third inning -- became the second native of Venezuela to reach the plateau, joining Andres Galarraga...Bobby Abreu became the third native of Venezuela to reach the plateau, collecting his 1,000th RBI on April 24 at Chicago's U.S. Cellular Field against the White Sox...Equaled a career high with two home runs on April 24 versus Texas -- matched the high with two home runs on May 24 versus Minnesota...Tabbed the Tigers Player of the Month for April after hitting .296 (29x98) with six doubles, five home runs and 19 RBI in 27 games -- tied for seventh in the American League with 19 RBI during the month, while he tied for eighth with five home runs...Drove in six runs on May 24 versus Minnesota, matching a career high...Shared American League Player of the Week honors for May 19-25 with Boston's Jon Lester -- he hit .478 (11x23) in six games during the week, scoring seven runs and collecting four doubles, three home runs and nine RBI...Earned Tigers Player of the Month honors for the second straight month in May -- batted .350 (36x103) with 17 runs scored, eight doubles, four home runs and 16 RBI...sixth in the American League with a .350 batting average during the month...Sidelined June 29-July 17 with a pulled oblique -- appeared in one game with Single A West Michigan during an injury rehab assignment, collecting one hit...Hit safely in 11 of his first 12 games following his return from the disabled list July 17-30 -- batted .393 (22x56) with three doubles, two home runs and 12 RBI during that stretch...Drove in a run in seven straight games July 19-27, collecting 11 RBI...Collected three hits in four straight games July 22-26 -- marked the first time a Tigers player collected three-or-more hits in four straight games since Willie Horton did so May 12-15, 1965...Compiled a season-high 14-game hitting streak August 1-15, batting .316 (18x57)...Posted a 13-game hitting streak August 26-September 8, batting .469 (23x49) with seven doubles, a triple, four home runs and 14 RBI...Earned Tigers Player of the Month honors for September after hitting .354 (34x96) with 15 runs scored, six doubles, a triple, five home runs and 25 RBI in 26 games -- led the American League with 25 RBI during the month, while he tied for third with 34 hits...Hit .328 (45x137) against lefthanded pitchers -- fifth-best in the American League...batted .314 (133x424) with righties on the mound...Batted .350 (96x274) in 73 games at Comerica Park -- third-best in the American League...hit .286 (82x287) in 73 games on the road. 2007 Captured the American League's batting title with a .363 batting average for the Tigers -- became the ninth Tigers player to lead the American League in hitting, the first since Norm Cash batted .361 in 1961...his .363 batting average was the highest by a Tigers player since Charlie Gehringer batted .371 in 1937...Led the American League with 54 doubles, while he finished second with 216 hits, 354 total bases, 139 RBI and a .434 on-base percentage, third with an RBI once every 4.3 at-bats, fourth with 82 extra-base hits and a .595 slugging percentage, tied for fourth with 61 multi-hit games, fifth with 117 runs scored and tied for seventh with 28 home runs...Collected 216 hits, becoming the first Tigers player to finish with at least 200 hits in a season since Alan Trammell did so with 205 hits in 1987 -- most hits by a Tigers player since George Kell collected 218 in 1950...His 54 doubles were the most by a Tigers player since George Kell finished the 1950 season with 56 doubles...Finished with 139 RBI to become the first Tigers player with back-to-back 100-or-more RBI seasons since Dean Palmer in 1999 and 2000 -- his RBI were the most by a Tigers player since Rocky Colavito drove in 140 runs during the 1961 season...Elected to start in the outfield for the American League's all-star squad, marking his sixth career selection and the first time he was voted to start by the fans -- became the first Tigers outfielder to start for the American League since Chet Lemon in 1984...Tabbed the third-best hitter in the American League by Baseball America...Did not commit an error in his final 140 games in the outfield April 7-September 30...Drove in at least one run in eight straight games April 16-25, collecting 15 RBI -- longest such streak by a Tigers player since Willie Horton collected at least one RBI in 10 straight games April 18-May 1, 1976...Collected his 300th career double off of Minnesota's Carlos Silva on April 28...Tabbed the American League Player of the Week for April 23-29 after hitting .571 (12x21) with seven runs scored, five doubles, two home runs and 11 RBI in six games -- seventh time during his career he earned the honor...Selected Tigers Player of the Month for April -- hit .344 (31x90) with 20 runs scored, 13 doubles, four home runs and 26 RBI in 24 games...tied for the American League lead with 13 doubles during the month, while he finished second with 26 RBI, third with 17 extra-base hits, tied for third with 56 total bases, fifth with 20 runs scored, tied for sixth with 31 hits and a .434 on-base percentage, seventh with a .344 batting average and eighth with a .622 slugging percentage...Became just the fifth player in franchise history to collect 13 doubles in a month since at least 1957, joining Harvey Kuenn (June 1959), Alan Trammell (August 1990), Junior Felix (June 1994) and Damion Easley (July 1998)...finished with 13 doubles in May as well, becoming the first Tigers players to accomplish the feat twice since at least 1957...Compiled a 12-game hitting streak May 17-29, batting .429 (21x49) with 15 runs scored, seven doubles, four home runs and 11 RBI...Connected for two home runs on May 23 versus the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim to match a career best -- equaled the high with two home runs on August 12 versus Oakland...belted both of his home runs on August 12 off Oakland's Dallas Braden in the second inning to become just the second player in Tigers history to homer twice in the same inning (joins Al Kaline, who accomplished the feat on April 17, 1955 versus Kansas City)...Collected four hits on May 24 versus the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim to equal a career high -- matched the high with four hits on June 2 at Cleveland, August 24 versus the New York Yankees, August 28 at Kansas City, September 10 versus Toronto and September 22 versus Kansas City...Batted .346 (37x107) with 24 runs scored, 13 doubles, eight home runs and 23 RBI in 28 games during May to earn Tigers Player of the Month honors -- led the American League with 21 extra-base hits during the month, while he tied for the lead with 13 doubles, finished second with 74 total bases and a .692 slugging percentage, tied for third with eight home runs, tied for fourth with 24 runs scored, tied for seventh with 23 RBI and tied for eighth with 37 hits...Posted a 15-game hitting streak June 13-29, batting .429 (24x56) with 12 runs scored, four doubles and 12 RBI...Selected the Tigers Player of the Month for the third straight month in June after hitting .421 (40x95) with 21 runs scored, eight doubles, a home run and 19 RBI in 25 games -- tied for the lead in the American League with a .500 on-base percentage during the month, while he was third with a .421 batting average, fourth with 40 hits, tied for seventh with eight doubles, tied for eighth with 21 runs scored and tied for 11th with 19 RBI...Tied for 11th in the American League with 20 RBI during July -- hit .278 (27x97) in 26 games during the month...Collected a season-high four RBI on August 12 versus Oakland -- equaled the high with four RBI on August 14 at Cleveland...Tabbed both the American League Player of the Month and the Tigers Player of the Month for August -- first Tigers player to earn the league honor since Ivan Rodriguez did so in June of 2004...hit .393 (46x117) with 24 runs scored, five doubles, 10 home runs and 31 RBI in 29 games during the month...led the American League with 31 RBI during August, while he tied for the lead with 10 home runs, finished second with 46 hits, third with a .393 batting average and .692 slugging percentage, tied for third with 24 runs scored and sixth with a .445 on-base percentage...the 31 RBI established a monthly career high for him, while it marked the second time he connected for 10 home runs in a month (also, July of 2002)...Batted .393 (35x89) with 16 runs scored, 11 doubles, two home runs and 20 RBI in 25 games during September to earn Tigers Player of the Month honors -- third in the American League with 11 doubles during the month, while he was sixth with a .466 on-base percentage, seventh with a .393 batting average and tied for ninth with 35 hits...Hit .367 (115x313) in 83 games prior to the all-star break -- led the American League with a .367 batting average, 35 doubles and a .446 on-base percentage prior to the break, while he was second with 189 total bases, third with 48 extra-base hits and a .604 slugging percentage, tied for third with 115 hits and fourth with 70 runs scored and 70 RBI...batted .358 (101x282) in 74 games following the all-star break -- second in the league with 101 hits after the break, while he tied for second with 69 RBI and tied for seventh with 15 home runs...Batted .429 (82x191) with runners in scoring position, tops in the American League -- marked the highest batting average with runners in scoring position by a Tigers player since at least 1974...Hit .391 (117x299) with runners on base, tops in the American League...Led the American League with a .410 batting average (50x122), .500 on-base percentage and .713 slugging percentage against lefthanded pitching...second in the league with a .351 batting average (166x473) against righties, while he was fifth with a .415 on-base percentage and .564 slugging percentage. 2006 Selected to the American League's all-star squad for the fifth time in his career during his second season with the Tigers...Led the Tigers with 104 RBI, becoming the first Tigers player with 100-or-more RBI in a season since Bobby Higginson and Dean Palmer both finished with 102 RBI in 2000...Matched a career best with two home runs on April 6 at Texas -- equaled the high two other times during the season: June 20 at Milwaukee and September 18 at Chicago's U.S. Cellular Field against the White Sox...Connected for his 200th career home run off Francisco Liriano on April 29 versus Minnesota...Selected the Tigers Player of the Month for May after hitting .320 (33x103) with 16 runs scored, five doubles, seven home runs and 21 RBI -- tied for ninth in the American League with seven home runs and 21 RBI during the month...Tied for fourth in the league with 23 RBI during June -- batted .316 (31x98) with five doubles and three home runs in 26 games during the month...Belted a solo home run on August 16 at Boston, snapping the longest homerless streak of his major league career at 119 at-bats...Hit safely in 11 of his 12 games September 2-15, batting .391 (18x46) with three doubles, two home runs and 10 RBI...In 83 games prior to the all-star break, he hit .312 (100x321) with 16 home runs...batted .283 (77x272) with eight home runs in 72 games following the all-star break...Belted a walk-off, three-run home run in Game Four of the American League Championship Series versus Oakland, becoming the eighth player in major league history to hit a home run to end a post-season series...matched a club league championship record with four RBI in the game, while he established a record with two home runs...Finished with three home runs during the playoffs, tied for third-most in franchise history in a single post-season. 2005 Missed half of his first season with the Tigers following surgery to repair a sports hernia on April 27, a procedure performed by Dr. Bill Meyers in Philadelphia...Limited to action in three games before landing on the disabled list with a hernia on April 13...Assigned to Triple A Toledo on a rehab assignment on June 27 -- batted .214 (3x14) in four games...Recalled from the rehab assignment and reinstated from the disabled list on July 1...Established a career best with a 20-game hitting streak July 5-27, batting .410 (32x78) with 13 runs scored, nine doubles, two home runs and 16 RBI...Did not commit an error over his final 61 games in the outfield July 22-October 1, a stretch of 111 total chances...Hit .343 (36x105) with 16 runs scored, 10 doubles, four home runs and 22 RBI in 27 games during July -- tied for fourth in the American League with 10 doubles during the month, while he tied for eighth with 36 hits and 22 RBI and finished 11th with a .343 batting average...Over an 18-game stretch August 14-September 4, he hit .388 (26x67) with 12 runs scored, five doubles, a home run and 10 RBI...In 25 games during August, he batted .323 (30x93) with 17 runs scored, five doubles, three home runs and 18 RBI...In 12 games prior to the all-star break, he batted .196 (9x46)...hit .320 (83x259) in 70 games following the all-star break -- ninth-best in the American League...Batted .371 (26x70) with runners in scoring position. 2004 Limited to 52 games for the Chicago White Sox due to two stints on the disabled list with a left knee injury...Selected the American League's Player of the Week for April 5-11...batted .360 (9x25) with four runs scored, two doubles, three home runs and 10 RBI in six games...Drove in a season-high five runs April 9 at Yankee Stadium against New York -- matched the high with five RBI May 11 versus Baltimore...Equaled a career best with four hits May 11 versus Baltimore... Suffered a bruised left knee in an outfield collision with Willie Harris on May 19 at Cleveland -- missed one game before returning to the lineup on May 21 at Minnesota...Landed on the disabled list on May 26 with left knee inflammation -- underwent surgery on June 5 at Rush University Medical Center to repair a torn meniscus...Returned to action on July 9 -- managed a .200 batting average (7x35) in 10 games before heading back to the disabled list for the remainder of the season on July 22 with bone marrow edema in his left knee. 2003 Finished fifth in the American League with a .317 batting average for the White Sox during the 2003 season, earning his fourth selection to the league's all-star team...Named to The Sporting News' all-star squad and Baseball America's second-team all-star squad following the season...Fourth in the league with 46 doubles, tied for seventh with 78 extra-base hits, eighth with 192 hits, tied for eighth with 160 games played, ninth with a .546 slugging percentage and 10th with 331 total bases...His 46 doubles tied Frank Thomas for the third-highest total in White Sox history...marked a club-record third straight season with at least 40 doubles...His 78 extra-base hits was the fourth-highest total in White Sox history, while the 331 total bases were sixthmost in franchise history during a single season...Recorded a career-best 18-game hitting streak April 3-22, batting .310 (22x71) with five doubles, three home runs and 14 RBI...Reached base safely via a hit or walk in 23 straight games April 3-27...Equaled a career high with two home runs April 26 versus Minnesota -- also belted two home runs June 30 versus Minnesota and August 26 at Yankee Stadium against New York...Reached base safely via a hit or walk in 22 consecutive games May 6-29...Tallied the 200th double of his major league career June 15 versus San Diego...Registered the 1,000th hit of his major league career June 30 versus Minnesota...Ejected for the third time in his career on July 8 at Detroit for arguing balls and strikes...Collected four hits July 24 at Toronto, matching his career high...Selected the American League Player of the Month for July -- hit .429 (45x105) with 22 runs scored, 13 doubles, a triple, seven home runs and 24 RBI in 26 games during the month...his .429 batting average was the fifth-highest monthly mark in White Sox history, while his 45 hits tied for second most in a single month in club history...In 29 games during August, he batted .315 (34x108) with 18 runs scored, nine doubles, four home runs and 12 RBI...Hit .295 (102x346) in 92 games prior to the all-star break...batted .346 (90x260) in 68 games after the all-star break -- led the American League in batting average following the break. 2002 Enjoyed the best offensive season of his five-year career...became the first player in White Sox history to hit over .300 with 40 doubles, 30 home runs and 100 RBI in consecutive seasons...recorded his third career season with at least a .300 average, 30 home runs, 100 RBI and 100 runs scored, second in franchise history behind Frank Thomas' seven...hit 30 homers for the fourth straight season, one short of Thomas' club record set from 1993-97...ranked among the American League leaders and established career highs in nine of 13 major offensive categories: RBI (2nd, 135), total bases (3rd, 352), extra-base hits (T3rd, 86), doubles (4th, 47), average (5th, .320), slugging percentage (5th, .597), home runs (6th, 38), runs scored (6th, 116) and hits (8th, 189)...his 47 doubles ranked second in Sox history, one short of Albert Belle's club record 48 set in 1998...his 86 extra-base hits and 352 total bases were third, 135 RBI were fourth, 38 home runs tied Frank Thomas (1993) for sixth and .597 slugging percentage was ninth...his .978 on-base plus slugging percentage ranked sixth in the AL...led all major-league outfielders in RBI...topped right fielders in extra-base hits and slugging percentage, tied for first in doubles, was second in total bases and fourth in average and home runs...batted .338 (93-275) with 23 home runs, 68 RBI and a .662 slugging percentage in the second half, finishing third in the league in slugging and fourth in the other three categories...his 23 home runs, 68 RBI and 43 extra-base hits after the break all rank second in Sox history, behind Albert Belle in 1998... .662 slugging percentage in the second half ranks third behind Belle (.816 in 1998) and Thomas (.668 in 1993)...ended the season on a 10-game hitting streak, going 15-39 (.385) with six home runs and 14 RBI...hit .329 with 29 homers and 107 RBI vs. right-handers... average was fifth in the AL and RBI were second...batted .326 with 24 homers and 81 RBI at home...81 RBI were second in the AL and third in Sox history, while his 24 homers tied for third in the AL and tied for fifth in Sox history...his .326 average at home was ninth in the AL...ranked among AL average leaders after the sixth inning (2nd, .341), with two strikes (8th, .251) and with the bases loaded (7th, .529) ...homered in consecutive games five times (19 career)...led the Sox with 57 multihit games, including three four-hit efforts...recorded five multihomer games, upping his career total to 13...Sox were 23-10 (.697) when he homered...hit .305 with 15 homers and 67 RBI in the first half but did not make the All-Star Team for the first time since 1998 b&average was .311 or higher every day after 4/13...was named AL Player of the Week for 9/16-22, becoming the only three-time winner in 2002...also won the award for 8/5-11 and 5/6-12... drove in at least 24 runs in each of the last four months...hit .400 with five homers and 14 RBI vs. Kansas City and .394 vs. Seattle...hit eight home runs with 24 RBI vs. Minnesota and recorded 23 RBI vs. Cleveland...posted a career-best 17-game hitting streak from 8/2-21, batting .377 (26-69) with six home runs and 16 RBI...drove in 100th run on 8/19 vs. Minnesota, hit 30th homer on 8/28 vs. Toronto and 40th double on 8/25 vs. Tampa Bay...hit grand slams on 4/16 vs. Cleveland and 7/2 vs. Detroit, the fifth and sixth of his career...drove in career-high six runs on 6/9 vs. Montreal, drove in five three times and four twice...homered in three straight games from 8/5-7...recorded 500th career RBI on 7/16 at Cleveland...hit first career pinch homer on 5/11 at Anaheim...matched career high of three doubles on 4/9 at Detroit...compiled a .986 fielding percentage...recorded eight outfield assists...won the Big League Home Run Challenge on 2/8 in Las Vegas...defeated Brian Giles in the opening round, defending champion Troy Glaus in the semifinals and Pat Burrell in the finals by a 13- 12 score...in the 15-6 win over Glaus, set a record with 10 home runs in one inning, including six straight in one stretch. 2001 Batted .305 with 31 home runs and 113 RBI, marking the third straight season he has hit above .300 with at least 30 home runs and 100 RBI...joined Jason Giambi, Vladimir Guerrero, Todd Helton, Chipper Jones, Manny Ramirez and Gary Sheffield as the only players in baseball to accomplish that feat...Frank Thomas (1991-97) is the only other player in White Sox history to reach those levels in at least three consecutive seasons...according to the Elias Sports Bureau, became just the seventh player in major-league history (first in the American League) to hit .300 with 40 doubles, 30 home runs, 100 RBI and 25 stolen bases, joining Vladimir Guerrero (2001), Chipper Jones (1999), Barry Bonds (1998), Larry Walker (1997), Ellis Burks (1996) and Willie Mays (1959)...fell three runs shy of also reaching 30 homers, 100 RBI and 100 runs scored for the third straight campaign...would have joined Thomas (1993-97) as the only players in franchise history to accomplishing that feat...ranked among the AL leaders in doubles (T6th, career-high 40), games played (T7th, career- high 160), hits (9th, 181) and multihit games (T9th, 53)...his 72 extra-base hits are tied with Ray Durham (2001) and Frank Thomas (1992) for the seventh-highest output in Sox history, while his 316 total bases are ninth...was named to his third straight AL All-Star Team, going 2-3 with a home run at the Midsummer Classic in Seattle...joined Frank Thomas (1995) as the only Sox players to homer in an All- Star Game...home run off the Cubs Jon Lieber followed a solo shot by Derek Jeter as they became the fifth teammates in All-Star Game history to hit back-to-back shots...led the White Sox in average (.305), games played (160), hits (181), total bases (316), RBI (113), walks (70), stolen bases (25), slugging (.533) and on-base percentage (.382)...also ranked seventh in the AL with 11 outfield assists...struck out just once every 9.6 plate appearances, the 10th-best ratio in the league...drove in 66 runs with 228 runners in scoring position (28.9 percent), the ninth-best ratio in the AL...stole a career-high 25 bases in 32 chances (78.1 percent)...joined Tommie Agee (22 HR, 44 SB in 1966) and Ray Durham (20 HR, 23 SB in 2001) as the only players in club history to record 20 homers and 20 steals in the same season ...fell one homer short of matching his career best set in 2000...hit .297 with 19 home runs and 54 RBI in the first half and .314 with 12 and 59 after the break...batted just .250 in April and .266 in May but rebounded to hit .325 (135-415) over the final four months of the season...hit .373 in June, seventh in the AL, and .349 (37-106) in September/October to raise his average from .296 to .305...his 23 RBI in May led the Sox and were 10th in the league...hit .349 on the road, the second-best mark in the AL...hit .325 (38-117) with 12 home runs, 32 RBI and a .709 slugging percentage vs. left-handers...12 home runs led the AL, .709 slugging percentage was second behind Seattle's Bret Boone, 32 RBI were tied for sixth, and .325 average was ninth...was named AL Player of the Week for 6/11-17 (second career weekly honor) after hitting .450 (9-20) with five home runs, eight RBI and nine runs scored...batted .315 (79-251) with 15 home runs and 57 RBI from the No. 3 spot in the order and .302 (102-338) with 16 homers and 55 RBI in the cleanup spot...hit .318 (49-154) with runners in scoring position...committed five errors in 302 chances for a .983 fielding percentage...hit .303 in the day and .306 at night...batted .338 with 17 RBI vs. Cleveland, .417 vs. Boston and .333 vs. Seattle...compiled an 11-game hitting streak from 8/12-23 and a 10-game streak from 5/9-19...connected on five home runs in interleague play...homered six times in seven games from 6/12-18, including four straight from 6/12-15, the longest streak by a Sox player since Albert Belle also went deep in four straight from 7/12-15/98... homered in consecutive games five times overall, upping his career total to 14...hit his 100th career home run on 8/7 at Anaheim in his 585th career game, the second-fastest player in Sox history to reach that milestone (Frank Thomas, 505 games)...went 30 games and 112 at-bats between his 99th and 100th career homers, both the longest droughts of his career...hit fourth career grand slam on 9/22 vs. Kansas City...hit two home runs on 5/10 vs. Anaheim and 8/8 at Anaheim, giving him eight career multihomer games...matched career high (eighth time) with four hits on 6/7 at Kansas City...drove in four runs on 8/8 at Anaheim, 9/2 vs. Cleveland and 9/23 vs. Kansas City ...hit seven doubles in four games from 7/25-28, including a career-high three on 7/28 at Boston...played center field on 7/16 at Milwaukee for the first time since 7/2/98 at Houston...stole career-high three bases on 6/23 at Baltimore...made fourth straight Opening Day start in right field, hitting a three-run home run on 4/2 at Cleveland...added a solo shot in second game on 4/4 at Cleveland...his solo homer in the seventh inning on 5/19 at Oakland ended Mark Mulder's no-hit bid...was ejected for arguing balls and strikes on 5/5 at Texas (second career ejection)...signed a three-year contract extension on 7/28. 2000 Finished 12th in the American League Most Valuable Player voting with 28 points after improving his offensive output in every category for the third straight season...was named to The Sporting News All-Star Team and also received his first Silver Slugger Award...for the third straight season, set career highs in virtually every category, including home runs (32) and RBI (126)...126 RBI ranked seventh in the AL...became just the third player (10th time) in club history to post 30 home runs, 100 RBI and 100 runs scored, reaching those levels for the second straight season...was named to his second straight AL All-Star Team, going 1-1 with a double and an RBI at the Midsummer Classic in Atlanta...became the first Sox outfielder since Harold Baines (1986-87) to make the team two straight seasons... drove in 100 runs for the second straight season, joining himself (1999), Harold Baines (1982, '85) and Danny Tartabull (1996) as the only Sox right fielders to record 100 RBI in a season...teamed with Frank Thomas (143) to drive in 269 runs, breaking the club record of 266 set by Zeke Bonura (138) and Luke Appling (128) in 1936...was one of six Sox players to record 20 home runs and 90 RBI and one of a club-record five to score 100 runs, joining Ray Durham (121), Frank Thomas (115), Jose Valentin (107) and Carlos Lee (107)...topped the AL with 15 sacrifice flies, tied for third with 12 outfield assists...struck out once every 10.3 plate appearances, the eighth-best rate in the AL...grounded into 28 double plays, second-most in the league...Sox were 16-4 when both he and Thomas homered in the same game and 5-1 when they hit back-to-back homers...Sox were 50-23 (.685) when he drove in a run...hit back-to-back home runs with Thomas six times...hit .330 with 21 home runs and 74 RBI in the first half...his 74 RBI were the fifth-most by a Sox player at the break since 1980, and his 21 homers tied for fifth...his .404 (40-99) average and 29 RBI in June both ranked fourth in the AL...batted .308 vs. right- handed pitching and .337 vs. lefties...hit .325 with 21 home runs and 65 RBI at Comiskey Park...was 18-22 (81.8 percent) in stolen base attempts...was 2-11 (.182) with a triple and RBI in the ALDS vs. Seattle...recorded an RBI in nine straight games from 6/9-17...earned first career AL Player of the Week award for 6/26-7/2 after hitting .588 (10-17) with three home runs and eight RBI...also received consideration for the award for 6/19-25...compiled a career-high 14-game hitting streak from 6/9-22...went 4-4 and collected his 500th career hit with a 10th-inning single on 8/12 at Tampa Bay...went 4-4 with two home runs and a career-high six RBI on 7/16 vs. Milwaukee ...also hit third career grand slam...homered twice with five RBI on 7/2 vs. Boston...fell a single shy of hitting for the cycle on 4/23 vs. Detroit...ejected for participating in a bench-clearing brawl on 4/22 vs. Detroit...served a five-game suspension handed down by Major League Baseball from 5/1-6...went 3-5 with a double, home run and two runs scored on 5/7 at Kansas City, his first game back from suspension...walked four times on 4/18 vs. Seattle and 6/18 at New York...set a Sox spring training record with eight home runs, eclipsing the previous mark of seven shared by Greg Walker (1981) and Charles Bradford (1975)...led the AL to an 8-4 victory over the National League in the Pepsi All-Star Softball Game home run contest...hit four homers in five swings off recording artist Meatloaf. 1999 Became just the third player (eighth time) in White Sox history to record 30 home runs, 100 RBI and 100 runs scored in one season, joining Frank Thomas (1991, 1993-97) and Albert Belle (1998)...became just the third right fielder (fourth time) in Sox history to collect 100 RBI, joining Harold Baines (1982, 85) and Danny Tartabull (1996)...his 318 total bases were seventh in Sox history, and his 117 RBI tied Eddie Robinson (1951) for ninth...was named to his first AL All-Star Team...played the final three innings in right field (0-1) ...went 7-13 over final three games to raise his average from .296 to .301...average reached a season high .339 on 6/17...ranked among the AL leaders in multihit games (7th, 57), at-bats (7th, 624) and outfield assists (7th, 12)...struck out once every 10.6 plate appearances, the 10th-best ratio in the AL...led the Sox in games played (157), at-bats, hits (188), total bases, home runs, RBI, multihit and multiRBI games and slugging percentage (.510)...reached 50 RBI in 57 games, the eighth-fastest pace by a Sox player since 1952... after moving to the cleanup spot in the order on 4/15, batted .304 (176-578) with 29 home runs and 110 RBI...batted .332 (112-337) with 18 home runs and 68 RBI in the first half...at the All-Star Break, ranked fourth in the AL in hits, eighth in average and total bases (189) and ninth in RBI...his 68 RBI at the break were tied with Frank Thomas (1993) for the fifth-highest total by a Sox player in the 1990s... batted .320 (33-103) vs. left-handers...hit .387 (29-75) with four home runs and 22 RBI in interleague play, including a .500 (12-24) average against the Cubs...tied for fourth in the AL in June average, hitting .373 (41-110) with nine home runs and 24 RBI...hit grand slams on 7/17 at St. Louis and 4/28-2 vs. Tampa Bay...hit two home runs on 7/27 vs. New York (both off Orlando Hernandez) and also on 4/28-2 vs. Tampa Bay...homered with four RBI in back-to-back games on 7/16-17 at St. Louis...hit a home run in three straight games from 6/28-30...also homered in two consecutive games on five occasions...homered off Pedro Martinez on 7/2 vs. Boston...drove in a career-high five runs on 4/28-2 vs. Tampa Bay and 9/25 at Minnesota and also had four four-RBI games...matched career best of four hits on 6/5 vs. Pittsburgh and 9/25 at Minnesota...hit longest home run at Comiskey Park in 1999, a 438-foot shot on 5/10 vs. Texas... grounded into 24 double plays, tied for third most in the league...batted .462 (30-65) with seven doubles, six home runs and 21 RBI in the spring...led the AL in average and slugging percentage (.846), tied for second in home runs and total bases (55) and was third in RBI. 1998 Was named to the Topps Rookie All-Star team...ranked among the AL rookie leaders in virutally every offensive category...batted .298 (61-205) over his last 56 games...started 118 games in right field and 20 in center...started five straight games in center from 6/4-8...did not go more than two starts without a hit...grounded into 19 double plays, tied for fifth in the league...went 3-5 with a double on Opening Day at Texas...homered in home opener on 4/6 vs. Texas...batted .571 (16-28) vs. the Rangers...competed in the MCI All- Star Hitting Challenge on 7/6 at Coors Field, hitting four home runs...led all AL rookie outfielders with 10 assists...collected four hits on 8/2 at Texas and 5/3 at Anaheim...homered in consecutive games on 5/3-4. 1997 His contract was purchased from Class AAA Nashville on 8/28...made his major-league debut on 8/29 vs. Houston, going 2-3 with a sacrifice bunt...singled off Ramon Garcia in his first career at-bat...hit first career home run off Jose Lima on 8/30 vs. Houston...had four hits in his first seven at-bats...started 17 games in right field (no errors)...hit .326 (15-49) at Comiskey Park...drove in two runs in three straight games from 9/25-27...hit the game-winning home run in the ninth inning off Tony Fossas on 9/1 at St. Louis...homered in consecutive at-bats on 8/30 and 9/1. 1996 Second in the Southern League with 41 doubles for Double A Birmingham in 1996...Finished fourth in the league with 59 extra-base hits...Blasted two home runs, including a grand slam, on May 6 at Jacksonville...Compiled a 75-game errorless streak June 4-August 28...Following the season, he was named the Most Valuable Player of the Venezuelan Winter League after batting .295 (57x193) with 12 doubles, seven home runs and 32 RBI in 51 games for Oriente -- topped the league with 57 hits, seven home runs and 32 RBI. 1995 Tabbed a Carolina League all-star for Single A Prince William in 1995...Third in the league with 131 games played and fifth with 487 at-bats...Drilled a grand slam on August 17 at Kinston...Hit .271 (55x203) with 32 runs scored, 13 doubles, two triples, four home runs, 29 RBI and nine stolen bases for Oriente in the Venezuelan Winter League following the season. 1994 Eighth in the South Atlantic League with a .294 batting average for Single A Hickory in 1994...Named to the South Atlantic League all-star squad...Belted a grand slam on August 22 versus Asheville. 1993 Batted .216 in 84 games for Hickory in 1993. 1992 Played in 38 games with the Gulf Coast League White Sox during the 1992 season...Second on his club with 10 doubles. 1991 Made his professional debut with the Dominican Summer League White Sox after signing as a non-drafted free agent on May 18, 1991.