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.
Chicago White Sox right fielder Alex Rios is hitting the ball and driving in runs. The 2012 season is not yet a month old, but a Rios renaissance with the bat remains a possibility. Rios saw his average improve by almost 50 points o... Read Post
Entering the 2012 season, Alex Rios was one of the Chicago White Sox’s biggest question marks. Rios had the worst on-base percentage in the American League in 2011 (.265) and drove in only 44 runs, the fewest RBI he had produced sin... Read Post