Just a kid from Peoria, Illinois who grew up to be one of the classiest men to play the game of baseball. Watch him get the call from baseball's Hall of Fame.Over the course of his 22-year career, Jim played for 6 different teams, including the Chicago White Sox from 2006-2009. During his time in Chicago, Jim joined the 500 Home Run Club. He smacked another 112 homers before he retired from playing in 2012.

Upon his retirement, Jim accepted an executive position with the White Sox that he hopes one day turns into managing the team.