Rank 'Em: Chicago Power Hitters

Created: July 8, 2011, 11:04 AM

Chicago has had its share of potent power hitters throughout its long baseball history. How would you rank the greatest power hitters in Chicago history?

Weigh each player's credentials and cast your vote now!

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  • Cubs leader in career homers (545). He had three seasons with 60-plus home runs. Won 2000 Home Run Derby
  • Hit 448 home runs with White Sox
  • Second in Cubs history with 512 home runs
  • Hit 134 homers in four seasons with White Sox
  • Hit 94 home runs with Cubs in three seasons, including 48 in 1979
  • Hit 85 home runs in three seasons with White Sox, including AL-leading 37 in 1972
  • Second in White Sox history with 387 home runs
  • Hit 140 home runs in eight seasons with White Sox ... He hit 35 homers as Rookie of the Year in 1983
  • Hall of Famer hit 392 home runs in 16 seasons with Cubs
  • Hit 79 home runs in two seasons with White Sox, including 49 in 1998
  • Hit 174 home runs in six seasons with Cubs, including 49 in 1987
  • Has hit 227 home runs in ninth season with Cubs
  • Hit 187 home runs in eight seasons with White Sox, including 38 in 2002
  • Hit 164 home runs in five seasons with White Sox, including 44 in 2006
  • In his fifth season with Cubs, he has hit 120 home runs
  • Hit 154 home runs in eight seasons with White Sox, including AL-leading 33 in 1971
  • Hit 198 home runs in seven seasons with Cubs, including NL-leading 37 in 1952
  • Hit 190 home runs in six seasons with Cubs, including 56 in 1930