Rank 'Em: White Sox of Decade

Created: December 11, 2009, 9:17 PM

Mark Buehrle won 135 games in the decade.

It's been a historic decade for the Chicago White Sox organization, to say the least. In the past 10 years, the franchise has celebrated three Central Division titles, an American League pennant and, of course, the title of World Series champions after the 2005 season.

As we bid farewell to the first decade of the 2000s, ESPNChicago.com has culled together some of the names of those who made it happen for the South Siders over the past 10 years. Now it's your turn to tell us where they rank.

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    • .278 BA, 164 HR, 461 RBIs
    • 135-97, 3.80 ERA
    • .280 BA, 319 HR, 1,016 RBIs
    • .277 BA, 147 HR, 425 RBIs
    • .279 BA, 74 HR, 279 RBIs
    • 146 saves, 3.07 ERA
    • 55-56, 4.66 ERA
    • .313 BA, 139 HR, 510 RBIs
    • 92-81, 4.41 ERA
    • .283 BA, 54 HR, 211 RBIs
    • .287 BA, 136 HR, 468 RBIs
    • .257 BA, 125 HR, 422 RBIs
    • 87 saves, 2.74 ERA
    • 43 wins, 4.25 ERA, three postseason wins
    • .280 average, 141 steals, 271 runs