The Second City.
The not-so-flattering nickname, given to Chicago by New Yorker columnist A.J. Liebling in the 1950s, embodies the spirit of the underdog. The nickname refers to Chicago's size and stature relative to that of New York City.
But Chicago stands on its own in the heartland of America, so much so that two Major League Baseball teams are able to call Chicago home. The NL's Chicago Cubs play on the North-side, and the AL's Chicago White Sox play on the South-side.
However, the team on the North-side gets more media coverage and has a much larger national fanbase. With that being the case, you can find many players that have been overlooked and underrated throughout the history of the Chicago White Sox.
In no particular order, here is the current Chicago White Sox captain Paul Konerko and the 10 most underrated players in White Sox history.
**Any player on their way to the Hall of Fame (Frank Thomas), or currently in the Hall of Fame are not** eligible to be considered underrated in my list.**