It's been a rough year to be a White Sox fan, as they have failed miserably to establish any form of consistency all year long. Their high water mark has been three games over .500, which they have reached twice, and one of those times was on April 10 when they were 6-3.
The recurring theme for the Sox this season has been their inability to hit in the clutch, as they are hitting .240 with runners in scoring position and a paltry .208 with RISP and two outs.
They just simply have been awful when it counts, and it's been nothing short of brutal to watch as a fan.
In roughly 30 years of watching White Sox baseball, it’s tough for me to recall a more frustrating season than this current one. Time after time the Sox have failed to drive in runners in scoring position, and it has cost them countless games.
So in order to try and forget about the horrendous clutch hitting by this year's White Sox team, I have decided to end the season on a high note by taking a look at what I feel have been the 10 most clutch hitters on the South side over the past 30 years.
A popular phrase of White Sox announcer Ken “Hawk” Harrelson is, “don’t tell me what you hit, tell me when you hit it,” and the guys on this list definitely knew how to deliver when it counted most.