Former White Sox Slugger, Dan Pasqua, joined the Bulls/Sox Academy over three years ago working as a private instructor. Dan currently runs the White Sox Academy in La Grange developing ball players through private and semi-private training lessons. Pasqua was a left-handed power-hitting outfielder and first baseman known for hitting tape-measure home runs for the White Sox from 1988 to 1994. In 1988, Pasqua led the White Sox with 20 home runs; in 1989 he hit the second-to-last roof shot at old Comiskey Park and in 1991 hit a home run 484 feet which still ranks among the top five longest home runs in U.S. Cellular Field history. Over his 10 year major-league career, Pasqua appeared in 905 games with the Yankees and White Sox, where he slugged 117 home runs and 390 RBI. Dan is available for Elite lessons in both Lisle and LaGrange.