This is the fourth in a series of position-by-position analyses of the Chicago White Sox after the 2020 season.
Jose Abreu is a leading candidate for American League MVP. He led the league in hits (76), RBIs (60), slugging percentage (.617), extra-base hits (34) and total bases (148), and he was second in home runs (19), fourth in batting average (.317) and fifth in OPS (.987).
He became the first player to lead the AL in RBIs in consecutive seasons since Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz in 2005-06.
Abreu had a career-best 22-game hitting streak.