He's been their Opening Day starter nine times in 10 years.
He's given them double-digit wins and 200-plus innings over 10 straight seasons.
He's pitched a perfect game and a no-hitter in his tenure. He went 16-8 with a 3.12 earned run average helping the team to a 2005 World Series championship.
Come on, he's a senior member of Redneck Row!
At age 32, he's still got plenty left in the tank.
But he's given up 200-plus hits nine years in a row.
He's no longer the premier southpaw in the starting rotation, and he has struggled from time to time recently.
He's reliable, a top-notch clubhouse guy and a face of the team every year...
...but he's a free agent after this season, and now more than ever, baseball is a business.
Would the Chicago White Sox actually trade Mark Buehrle?