Alex Rios is not just having a nice bounce back season for the White Sox, he's also on pace to accomplish something that has been done only once in club history: finish a season with at least 20 home runs, 30 doubles, 20 stolen bases and 100 RBI.
"I have been comfortable all season," Rios said. "Coming into spring training they told me I was going back to right field and staying there. That was the biggest difference for me, I felt a nice comfort zone from that point on."
Through Sunday's game against Seattle, Rios has 20 home runs, 30 doubles, 20 stolen bases and 73 RBI.
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