Tim Raines of the White Sox Inducted Into the Baseball Hall of Fame
He played for the Chicago White Sox from 1991-1995 and is now one of three new inductees into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Entry into the Hall of Fame is considered one of baseball's top honors and Raines, one of baseball's best outfielder's, joins baseball greats Jeff Bagwell and Ivan Rodriguez as members of the class of 2017.
WGN-TV reports that Raines has a 23 year baseball career. Among his White Sox highlights over his five seasons on the Southside:
- .283 hitting average
- 50 homers
- 277 RBIs
- 143 stolen bases
You will also recall that Raines was a bench coach with the White Sox in 2016 and was first base coach back in 2005, the year the White Sox won the Wold Series
Raines also won two World Series Titles when he played for the New York Yankees.
Congratulations Tim Raines!