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Paul Konerko

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  • Paul Konerko's baseball career is a tale of excellence

    It is a slur, a slam, a label that carries the air of disparagement. When the Cooperstown debates flare anew each winter, candidates who do not measure up in the eye of the beholder are dismissed with these words: "It is the Hall of Fame, not the Hall...
  • Offense and defense fail White Sox in 9-1 setback

    Offense and defense fail White Sox in 9-1 setback
    Now is one of those inevitable down times in the White Sox season that Paul Konerko signed up for when he agreed to a final year as a part-time player/mentor/philosopher. The Sox have dropped three in a row and six of their last eight yet still find...
  • Colorful past for insider at center of red light probe

     Colorful past for insider at center of red light probe
    John Bills fits right in to the world of colorful characters who do the heavy lifting for Chicago politicians every election — raising donations, knocking on doors and delivering all of the vote. But in Bills' case, the colors have often been a...
  • Still trying to get Sox to trade Adam Dunn

    Still trying to get Sox to trade Adam Dunn
    Adam Dunn says the White Sox’s acquisition of Cuban slugger Jose Abreu and re-signing of Paul Konerko doesn’t change anything about his primary goal, which is making the playoffs. “Whatever to win, I don’t care,’’...
  • White Sox beat up on Cubs again in 8-3 victory

    White Sox beat up on Cubs again in 8-3 victory
    The White Sox are out to prove they can beat the Cubs any old day of the week, home or away. They whipped the Cubs for the third straight time in this four-game set Wednesday night with an 8-3 victory at U.S. Cellular Field before a crowd of 21,075, the...
  • Reader Q&A: Mark Gonzales' White Sox mailbag

    Reader Q&A: Mark Gonzales' White Sox mailbag
    We have lost five games that Gavin Floyd has started. I continue to notice that our pitchers cannot go more than six innings.  If this is the case, manager Robin Ventura better start using his relievers at least two innings before switching to matchups....
  • Interview: Kristin Cavallari shows softer side, sticks up for Jay Cutler

    Interview: Kristin Cavallari shows softer side, sticks up for Jay Cutler
    Normally it's Kristin Cavallari supporting fiance and Bears quarterback Jay Cutler on game day from the suites at Soldier Field, but during Cavallari's promotional appearance on behalf of her Chinese Laundry shoe line Saturday at the Von Maur store in...
  • Alberto Callaspo drives in five runs in Angels' 12-9 victory

    Alberto Callaspo drove in five runs, highlighting a five-run seventh inning with a three-run home run, and Mark Trumbo had a solo homer, a run-scoring double and three runs scored Saturday in the Angels' wild 12-9 victory over the Chicago White Sox at...
  • Caught between a heart attack and bad baseball

    Caught between a heart attack and bad baseball
    OK, enough with the overtime games. I've complained about this to no end, but now I really mean it. I've aged, like, five years in the past week. And please, I wasn't young to begin with. I went from, you know, a touch of salt and pepper, to something a...
  • Cubs, Sox pull off the bad-to-stupid-to-inert double play

    Cubs, Sox pull off the bad-to-stupid-to-inert double play
    Taking a quick break from the Stanley Cup Final to vent about the Cubs and White Sox: The Sox are a joke, but rookie General Manager Rick Hahn is doing nothing to stop the losing. In fact, he’s doing nothing, period. I think he got the idea...
  • Spring training: AL Central preview

    Never underestimate Mike Ilitch's appetite for a championship. While the Tigers loved what they got from Anibal Sanchez a year ago, they didn't have $80 million budgeted to keep him off the free-agent market. But that's what Dave Dombrowski persuaded...