White Sox players in the Hall of Fame include Harold Baines, Jim Thome, Tim Raines, Ken Griffey Jr, Frank Thomas, Ron Santo and Roberto Alomar.

Chicago White Sox have a long history in Major League Baseball where a number of players have been inducted into the Hall of Fame. The franchise has a history that goes back more than a century with 34 players having been elected into the esteemed list.  

Throughout the years, a number of outstanding players have worn the White Sox uniform, making an imprint on history and securing their proper position among the legends of the game.

They have a strong roster of Illuminati who has portrayed their phenomenal skills and helped the team's success over its highly enriched history.

The Hall of Fame honors the achievements and efforts of the game's top players. A voting panel that consists of members of the media, team management, and past players selects the inductees.

Harold Baines - 2019

Harold Baines was selected by the Today's Game Era Committee to be a member of the Class of 2019 inductees into the Baseball Hall of Fame.

Harold played for the Chicago White Sox for most of his career. He was a former right fielder and designated hitter (DH) who played for five American League (AL) teams.

Harold played seven years with his hometown team, the Baltimore Orioles.
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White Sox hall of famers selected Baines as the first overall pick in the 1977 amateur draft, while he received a signing bonus of $32,000.

The six-time All-Star concluded his career with 2,866 hits, 384 home runs, and 1,628 RBIs. He spent 22 seasons playing for the South Siders team.

Baines was chosen as the 46th member of the Orioles Hall of Fame when the team made the announcement in August 2009. Since his election in 2007, he has been a candidate for the National Baseball Hall of Fame.

Jim Thome - 2018

Jim Thome joins the list of Hall of Famers who played for White Sox. Jim was inducted into the Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility in 2018.

Thome participated in five All-Star games and received the Silver Slugger Award in 1996. Before the 2006 season, he was traded to the ChiSox.

Jim accepted an executive position with the South Siders after his retirement.
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During his three seasons with the White Sox, Thome won the AL Comeback Player of the Year Award and entered the 500 home run club.

Thome was a power hitter during his entire career. In 2002, he hit 52 home runs, a career-best, and in 2003, he finished first in the National League with 47. 

In 2011, he became just the eighth MLB player to hit 600 home runs. Thome has the most walk-off home runs over his career with 13.

Tim Raines - 2017

Tim Raines became the Chicago White Sox Hall of Fame member in 2017. Tim became eligible for election to the Baseball HOF in January 2008.

He became best known for his 13 seasons with the Montreal Expos throughout his left fielding career in Major League Baseball, which covered six teams from 1979 to 2002.

Raine posing for a photo ahead of the 1987 MLB season.
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The Expos sent Raines and Jeff Carter to the Chicago White Sox in a trade on December 20, 1990. Tim led the team in runs scored with a .268 average and a .359 on-base percentage in his debut season in the American League. 

In baseball history, Raines is recognized as one of the top leadoff hitters and baserunners. He started working for the Blue Jays organization as a roving outfield and baserunning instructor in 2013.

Ken Griffey Jr. - 2016

Ken Griffey Jr. was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2016 receiving a 99.32% vote. Griffey Jr. has won ten Gold Glove Awards in the center field. 

Ken is one of baseball's most prolific home run hitters; his 630 totals are seventh-most in MLB history. During his playing career, he has played for Chicago White Sox, Seattle Mariners, and Cincinnati Reds.

Ken is tied for the record of most consecutive games with a home run.
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The Seattle Mariners selected Griffey with the first overall pick in the 1987 MLB draft on June 2, 1987. He tied Rafael Palmeiro for ninth position on the all-time list of career home runs in 2007 while playing for the Reds, hitting his 569th and sixth home runs of the season. 

In 2008, Griffey became a White Sox player and hit his first home run game against R.A. Dickey of the Mariners, tying former outfielder Sammy Sosa for sixth place in career home runs. 

Frank Thomas - 2014

Frank Thomas became the first Hall of Fame White Sox player to be elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2014 with an 83.7% vote.

Thomas won the 2005 World Series and has twice been named the AL MVP. He was selected by the White Sox in the seventh round of the 1989 MLB Draft. When he made his major league debut, Frank immediately made an impression with his hitting prowess. 

Frank was named the AL's most Valuable player by unanimous vote in 1993.
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Thomas helped White Sox to a division win and became the first player on the team to hit 40 home runs. He later played for Toronto Blue Jays and Oakland Athletics for his final three seasons of baseball. 

When he signed with Toronto in 2006, he hit his 496th career home run against Washington Nationals, giving him the 244th career DH home run. Thomas ended his career tied for seventh position in American League history for home runs, ninth for RBI, and sixth for walks.

Ron Santo - 2012

Ron Santo was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 2012. Ron made the All-Star team nine times during his 15-year of MLB career. 

Santo spent his career with ChiSox and Chicago Cubs. The Cubs signed Ron as a free agent in 1959 and made his debut on June 26, 1960.

Ron was selected to the Cubs All-Century Team in 1999.
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Santo set the all-time league record in 1966 with 391 and finished in fourth place in the 1967 NL Most Valuable Player Award voting.

Ron once held the National League's (NL) record for triples, four times for walks, and twice for on-base percentage. He was the National League's leader in double plays six times, games, putouts, and total chances eight times.

Roberto Alomar - 2011

Former Puerto Rican baseball player Roberto Alomar was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 2011. He is the first member of the HOF to have a Blue Jays player featured on his plaque.

Alomar is recognized as one of the best all-around players and second basemen in history. He made his professional debut with the San Diego Padres at the age of 17.

Roberto is one of the greatest second basemen and all-around players.
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Alomar faced the Houston Astros in his major league debut and recorded a hit in his first at-bat off of Nolan Ryan on April 22, 1988. He was dealt to the Toronto Blue Jays in 1990 along with Joe Carter. 

He led Toronto to three straight American League Championship Series appearances. Moreover, Roberto helped the team to consecutive World Series championships in 1992 and 1993.

Alomar played for the New York Mets, Arizona Diamondbacks, and Chicago White Sox in his last seasons before declaring his retirement in 2005.

Goose Gossage - 2008

Former baseball pitcher Goose Gossage was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 2008. Goose spent 22 seasons playing in MLB. 

Gossage thanked a number of baseball players who helped him throughout his career at the Hall of Fame induction in 2008 in his speech.

Gossage ranked second in major-league career saves.
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Goose pitched for nine different teams, although his best years were with the San Diego Padres and New York Yankees. He was chosen by the Chicago White Sox in the ninth round of the 1970 Major League Baseball draft.

After the 1977 season, he signed with the New York Yankees as a free agent. During his career, Gossage pitched in 1,002 games finishing 681 of them and collecting 310 saves. Additionally, he pitched in three World Series and was a member of nine All-Star teams.

Carlton Fisk - 2000

Carlton Fisk was elected into the National Baseball Hall Of Fame in 2000. Carlton has won three Silver Slugger Awards and was voted to the All-Star team 11 times. 

He played catcher in Major League Baseball with Boston Red Sox and Chicago White Sox. Fisk is best known for his game-winning home run in the bottom of the 12th inning in Game 6 of the 1975 World Series.

Carlton played baseball in the American Legion baseball league in 1964.
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Fisk made only one appearance for the Red Sox team in the Florida Instructional League in 1967, hitting.195 with zero home runs and zero RBI in 47 at-bats.

Carlton hit his first home run of his professional career off of Les Cain of Detroit at Tiger Stadium on September 12, 1971. The Red Sox presented Fisk with a special World Series ring to mark their championship in 2004.

On March 18, 1981, Fisk agreed to a five-year deal with the White Sox, and in 1983, he assisted the group in achieving its first American League Western Division championship.

George Davis - 1998

George Davis ranks among the best White Sox players of all time. Davis was elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame by the Veterans Committee in 1998.

He played center field and third base for several seasons. Davis was transferred to NY Giants in exchange for injured star Buck Ewing in 1893.

George Davis was among the best offensive players of the Dead Ball Era.
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Along with 112 runs scored and 119 runs contributed George also amassed 22 doubles and 37 stolen bases. While playing for the White Sox, he made history by being the first switch hitter to record 2,000 hits in a season.