The Second Baseman was still in the prime of his career and would start his run with the White Sox with two .300 seasons and significant assistance in winning the 1917 World Series. He would miss a lot of 1918, but again batted over .300, and helped them reach the World Series again. This was however the season of the infamous Black Sox team that threw the Series. As Collins was not part of it, he remained with his reputation and career intact.
While the White Sox were embarrassed, Collins would begin his best run at the plate for the team. He batted .372 in 1920, and he would not dip below .324 in any year for the rest of his White Sox tenure. That end cane after 1926, where after three seasons as their Player/Manager, he returned as a Player/Coach with Philadelphia.
With the White Sox, Collins had 2,007 Hits with a .331 Batting Average.Collins entered the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1939.