In 41 games with the White Sox last season, Alex Rios had a line of 11/.199/3/9/5.
In just 22 games this season, Rios has already reached his home run and RBI totals with the White Sox last season with 10 runs, nine steals and a triple-slash line of.276/.326/.470.
Rios hasn’t had a SLG that high since 2007, and his.294 BABIP (career.319) suggests all three of those numbers should improve accordingly.
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