Rondell Bernard White
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 6' 1", Weight 205 lb.
- High School Jones County High School
- Debut September 1, 1993
- Final Game September 30, 2007
- Born February 23, 1972 in Milledgeville, GA USA
Rondell White had a brother, Floyd White, Jr., who was drafted the year before Rondell but never played in pro ball.
Rondell is one of the most underappreciated players of his generation. Despite being a 1st round draft pick in the 1990 amateur draft, being voted the minor leagues' "most exciting player" and the Montreal Expos' "Top Prospect" in 1992, collecting over 1,500 hits, being just two home runs shy of 200 for his career, and having a postseason batting average of .400 (6 for 15), White was awarded with only one All-Star Game appearance, when his career was beginning to wind down in 2003, and was seldom, if ever, referenced by the baseball media. Having his best years with the Expos when the team played in a media black hole did not help, nor did his career-long struggle with injuries.
On June 11, 1995, he became the fourth player in Expos history to hit for the cycle. He went 6 for 7 with two singles and two doubles in a 13-inning, 10-8 win over the San Francisco Giants at Candlestick Park that day. He completed the cycle with a triple off Steve Mintz with two outs and no one on, igniting a two-run game-winning rally.
- NL All-Star (2003)
- 20-Home Run Seasons: 3 (1997, 1999 & 2003)
- Michael Huber: "Rondell is White Hot; June 11, 1995: Montreal Expos 10, San Francisco Giants 8 At Candlestick Park", in Norm King, ed.: Au jeu/Play Ball: The 50 Greatest Games in the History of the Montreal Expos, SABR, Phoenix, AZ, 2016, pp. 106-108. ISBN 978-1-943816-15-6