American League Rookie Leaders: T1st-3B (6); 2nd-R (57); T2nd-2B (22); T2nd-SB (10); 3rd-H (116); 3rd-TB (177); T3rd-XBH (37); 6th-G (99); 10th-HR (9); 10th-RBI (30). Appeared in 99 games in his rookie season with the White Sox … started 97 games at shortstop. Recorded 33 multihit games, tied with Jose Abreu (2014) for the seventh-most by a White Sox player in his first 99 career games … his six triples tied for fifth in the AL. Batted .326/.340/.457 with two homers and seven RBI vs. left-handers and .315/.333/.486 with five home runs and 20 RBI in 52 games at U.S. Cellular Field. Led off 41 times (.279/.303/.419/4 HR/12 RBI) and hit in the No. 2 spot 48 times (.278/.296/.409/3 HR/14 RBI). Compiled a .965 fielding percentage (14 E/400 TC) … committed one error in the first half (28 games) and 13 after the break (71). His contract was purchased from Class AAA Charlotte on 6/10 … was the starting shortstop that night vs. Detroit and recorded his first major-league hit in his first at-bat, a double to left field in the third inning … also scored his first run. Hit .333 (24-72) with five doubles, three home runs, nine RBI and 12 runs scored over 16 games from 6/23-7/10 after being moved into the No. 1 spot in the lineup on 6/13. Registered his first career multihit game (two doubles) on 6/14 vs. Detroit … recorded his first three-hit game, including his first triple and three runs scored, on 6/15 vs. Detroit. Hit his first career home run on 6/23 at Boston, a leadoff shot off Clay Buchholz that landed in the parking lot behind the Green Monster … became the first White Sox to lead off the first with his first career homer since Thad Bosley on 5/29/78 vs. Oakland (STATS LLC). Hit safely in seven consecutive games from 6/23-30, batting .394 (13-33) with two doubles, two home runs, four RBI, seven runs scored and five multihit efforts. Homered in consecutive games for the first time in his career on 6/25-26 vs. Toronto … recorded his first multiRBI game on 6/29 vs. Minnesota. Recorded his fourth straight multihit effort and matched his season high with three hits on 6/30 vs. Minnesota … connected on a game-tying, two-run homer on 7/4 vs. the Yankees. Hit his fifth home run of the season on 7/18 at Seattle, a solo shot in the first inning … registered his third three-hit game on 7/30 at Minnesota. Hit safely in a season-high 11 straight games from 8/6-18, going 13-41 (.317) with four doubles, two home runs, five RBI, five walks, nine runs scored and a .944 OPS. Connected on a go-ahead, RBI single in the 11th inning on 8/10 at Kansas City … extended his hitting streak to 10 games with a two-run home run in the third inning on 8/17 at Cleveland … matched his season high with three hits on 8/25 vs. Seattle. Left the game on 9/1 at Minnesota after being hit by a Melky Cabrera line drive in the first inning. Snapped an 11-11 tie with a game-winning, two-run double in the top of the 12th on 9/4 at Minnesota. Hit safely in each of his last six games, going 11-26 (.423) with three doubles, two triples, two homers and five RBI. Hit his eighth home run, drove in a career-high three and fell a triple shy of the cycle on 9/27 vs. Tampa Bay … recorded three hits, including a home run, and drove in two runs on 9/30 vs. Minnesota (fell a double shy of the cycle). Appeared in 55 games with Charlotte … at the time of his promotion to the White Sox, led the International League in hits (75) and multihit games (25), ranked second in runs scored (39), fifth in total bases (101) and 10th in average (.304). Hit .346 (45-129) with five doubles, two triples, three home runs, 13 RBI, 24 runs scored and eight walks in May. Recorded four hits on 4/25 at Toledo and 5/12 at Norfolk … registered four straight multihit efforts from 5/10-13, 5/16-19 and 5/22-26 … homered in three consecutive games from 5/12-14. Entered the season rated by Baseball America as the No. 1 Prospect, Best Hitter for Average and Best Athlete in the White Sox organization … also was tabbed by MLB.com as the No. 1 Prospect in the Sox system and No. 38 overall in baseball. Attended a rookie symposium in Washington D.C. in January hosted by Major League Baseball and the MLBPA.