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Here's the all-time list as of the start of the 2008 season:

Chicago WHITESOX

CAREER

AT BATS >= 1000

AVERAGE AVG AB

1 Joe Jackson .339 2443

2 Eddie Collins .331 6065

3 Carl Reynolds .322 1875

4 Zeke Bonura .317 2094

5 Al Simmons .315 1688

6 Bibb Falk .315 3874

7 Taffy Wright .312 2672

8 Luke Appling .310 8857

9 Rip Radcliff .310 2781

10 Frank Thomas .307 6956

11 Dick Allen .307 1218

12 Magglio Ordonez .307 3807

13 Earl Sheely .305 3448

14 Minnie Minoso .304 5011

15 Evar Swanson .303 1017

16 Dave Martinez .302 1247

17 Harry Hooper .302 2515

18 Albert Belle .301 1243

19 Johnny Mostil .301 3507

20 Gee Walker .297 1040

21 Cliff Watwood .296 1121

22 Eddie Robinson .295 1586

23 Bill Barrett .294 1973

24 Happy Felsch .293 2812

25 Alex Metzler .293 1651

26 Nellie Fox .291 8486

27 Lamar Johnson .291 2307

28 Ralph Garr .291 1820

29 Mike Kreevich .290 3204

30 Harold Baines .288 6149

31 Tom Paciorek .288 1287

32 Chet Lemon .288 2794

33 Carlos Lee .288 3328

34 Ralph Hodgin .287 1641

35 Floyd Robinson .287 3049

36 Wayne Nordhagen .287 1199

37 Lance Johnson .286 3559

38 Danny Green .284 1895

39 Paul Konerko .284 4886

40 Tim Raines .283 2461

41 Chris Singleton .283 1399

42 Aaron Rowand .283 1647

43 Jermaine Dye .282 1576

44 Jack Fournier .282 1360

45 Jorge Orta .281 3561

46 Harry Lord .281 1912

47 Larry Rosenthal .280 1178

48 Dave Gallagher .280 1023

49 Willie Kamm .279 4066

50 Sam Mertes .279 1042

51 Bud Clancy .279 1551

52 Mule Haas .278 1782

53 Ray Durham .278 4479

54 Mike Caruso .278 1052

55 Al Smith .276 2531

56 Guy Curtright .276 1065

57 Rudy Law .275 1714

58 Carlos May .275 3633

59 Nixey Callahan .274 2485

60 Robin Ventura .274 4542

61 Ping Bodie .273 1756

62 Pat Kelly .273 2371

63 Bill Hunnefield .273 1376

64 Ivan Calderon .273 2094

65 Tadahito Iguchi .273 1393

66 Wally Moses .272 2448

67 Jimmy Dykes .272 2023

68 A.J. Pierzynski .272 1441

69 Buck Weaver .272 4809

70 Ken Henderson .271 1377

71 Walt Williams .271 1776

72 Ernie Johnson .271 1311

73 Dave Philley .270 2708

74 Scott Podsednik .270 1245

75 Bill Skowron .269 1177

76 John Kerr .269 1129

77 Luis Aparicio .269 5856

78 Fielder Jones .269 4282

79 Bubba Phillips .269 1131

80 Patsy Dougherty .269 2413

81 Cass Michaels .267 2631

82 Don Kolloway .266 2657

83 Walt Dropo .266 1089

84 Eric Soderholm .266 1127

85 Sherm Lollar .265 4229

86 Ozzie Guillen .265 6067

87 Chico Carrasquel .265 3116

88 Greg Luzinski .265 1875

89 Alan Bannister .265 1448

90 Jackie Hayes .264 3103

91 Chick Gandil .264 1708

92 Tony Bernazard .264 1157

93 Jim Morrison .263 1300

94 Joey Cora .263 1241

95 Buck Crouse .262 1306

96 Greg Walker .262 2830

97 Shano Collins .262 4791

98 Joe Kuhel .261 3346

99 Thurman Tucker .261 1690

100 Bill Cissell .261 2075

101 Duane Josephson .261 1117

102 Luke Sewell .260 1495

103 Mike Squires .260 1580

104 Bucky Dent .260 1777

105 Jerry Hairston .260 1647

106 Mike Hershberger .260 1587

107 George Davis .259 3035

108 Joe Crede .259 2433

109 Don Buford .258 2212

110 Greg Pryor .258 1112

111 Bill Melton .258 3497

112 Jim Rivera .257 3075

113 Vance Law .257 1248

114 Carlton Fisk .257 4896

115 Floyd Baker .257 1645

116 Jiggs Donahue .256 2373

T117 Steve Lyons .255 1377

T117 Craig Grebeck .255 1071

119 Pete Ward .254 2962

120 Tommie Agee .254 1177

121 Ray Schalk .254 5304

122 Nemo Leibold .251 1871

123 Juan Uribe .251 1959

124 Frank Isbell .251 4060

125 Ken Berry .251 2707

126 Jim Landis .250 3568

127 Ed McFarland .250 1017

128 Bob Kennedy .250 2464

129 Mike Tresh .249 3132

130 Jose Valentin .247 2433

131 Scott Fletcher .244 2008

132 Ed Herrmann .244 1984

133 Swede Risberg .243 1619

134 Brian Downing .243 1272

135 Dan Pasqua .241 1874

136 George Bell .240 1037

137 Tom McCraw .240 2812

138 Daryl Boston .239 1351

139 Tim Hulett .239 1167

140 Ron Hansen .239 2488

141 Ron Kittle .237 2183

142 Rollie Zeider .236 1155

143 Ted Lyons .233 1563

144 Roy Schalk .233 1100

145 Buddy Bradford .231 1223

146 Ed Hahn .231 1863

147 Freddy Parent .225 1130

148 Julio Cruz .224 1192

149 J.C. Martin .223 1516

150 Harvey McClellan .221 1162

151 Ron Karkovice .221 2597

152 Lee Tannehill .220 3778

153 Skeeter Webb .217 1238

154 Lena Blackburne .209 1001

155 Billy Sullivan .207 3345

156 Doc White .203 1002

157 Ed Walsh .191 1081

158 Red Faber .134 1269

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