Card #76 - Juan Uribe
Born: July 22, 1979
When Juan is in the lineup, good things usually happen. That's why Ozzie Guillen would find any way to get Uribe in the game. During his five seasons with the White Sox, Juan played at shortstop, second base, third base and designated hitter.
Although his average rarely reflected it, Uribe excelled in clutch hitting and power. He also provided above average defense when it counted. Juan's leap into the stands in the ninth inning of the fourth game of the 2005 World Series stands as one of many career highlights. With reckless abandonment, he helped preserve the one run lead in that game by snagging Chris Burke's foul ball in the seats, which brought the final out to the plate for the Astros.