White Sox Homerun hitters from A.J. to Zeke
N is for Nordhagen and Nicholson
Wayne Nordhagen and Dave Nicholson aren't exactly household words even around White Sox faithful. They started the season tied for 69th all time on the White Sox HR list with 37 home runs. Their combined 74 long balls Alex Rios would tie them for 36th with Alex Rios. 2 current players Jose Abreu and Tyler Flowers have already surpassed Nicholson and Nordhagen this season putting them down to 71st all-time
Nicholson played in the major leagues in 1960 and from 1962 to 1967, 1963 through 1965 for the White Sox. He added 14 MLB homers outside of a White Sox uniform for a total of 51. He averaged 18homers over a 162 game season or 1 home run every 9 games. He hit 22 in 63 and 13 in 64.
Nordhagen (,282 life timeBA)was a much better hitter than Nicholson (.212. lifetime BA). Nordhagen played for the White Sox from 1977 to 1981 hitting all but 2 of his MLB homers with the Sox. Nordhagen would average 13 homers for every 162 games played in his career. Nordhagen hit 15 homers for the Sox in 1980, 8 more than he hit for them the year before,