Greg "Walk" Walker
Greg Walker played for the White Sox from 1982 to 1990. His first full season was on the 1983"winning ugly" team that won the AL west that year. Walker was the hitting coach for the Chi Sox in 2005 when they won the world series
Walker hit all of his 113 career home runs as a White Sox player. His 113 is good enough for 17th on the all-time list. Greg averaged 21 home runs over 162 game season In 1987 Walker hit 27 home runs this eclipsed his previous best mark of 24 which he achieved back to back in 1984 and 1985.
Walker played first for the Sox and was replaced as an everyday player by Frank Thomas, who was in turn replaced by Paul Konerko, who in turn was replaced by Jose Abreu. Making the 1B position a stable home run source for the Sox going on 30 years. For more A to Z blogging click here.