He was shut down for the season in early September because of a foot injury.After the season, he declined his half of a mutual option and became a free agent.While only inserted permanently into the starting lineup in mid-May, Podsednik still finished second to the Florida Marlins' Dontrelle Willis in the official Rookie of the Year balloting.The 2004 season saw Podsednik lead the league with 70 stolen bases.The feat was all the more improbable because Podsednik did not hit any home runs during the regular season in 2005, and had only hit 1 in the ALDS against the Red Sox.Two days later in Game 3, he set a World Series record of eight bats in a single World Series Game.He saw only defensive time in the All-Star game in Detroit that year and did not get a chance to bat.
Podsednik rebounded with a fine rookie season in Milwaukee, compiling a .314 batting average, 43 stolen bases, 100 runs scored, 175 hits, 29 doubles, eight triples, nine home runs, 58 runs batted in, 56 walks and a .379 on-base percentage for the Brewers.
In the post-season he started all 12 games and hit .286 while stealing 6 bases on 9 attempts.
In Game 2 of the 2005 World Series, while facing Brad Lidge in the bottom of the 9th inning, with the White Sox and Astros tied at 6, Podsednik hit a 2-1 fastball into the right field stands for a walk-off home run, only the 14th in World Series history.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scott_Podsednik Scott Eric Podsednik (/pədˈsɛdnᵻk/; born March 18, 1976) is an American former professional baseball outfielder in Major League Baseball (MLB).
Best known for his baserunning, Podsednik led the major leagues in stolen bases in 2004 with 70, in times caught stealing in 2005 with 23, and the American League in times caught stealing in 2006 with 19.
Chicago White Sox In December 2004 Podsednik was dealt to the Chicago White Sox (along with Travis Hinton and Luis Vizcaíno) for Carlos Lee.