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Paul Konerko

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  • Paul Konerko: playing ball with dignity

    Even though I'm a lifelong Cubs fan, I still applaud the Chicago Tribune sports section for its outstanding articles about White Sox captain Paul Konerko's retirement.  Too often, sports figures make headlines for their exploits off the playing field....
  • Bravo to the Bears defense—whoever they are

    Bravo to the Bears defense—whoever they are
    It's Packers week, and I'm marking it down as a "win." A bold move, but we're there. It's not that the Bears are great, it's that the Packers are not. The Bears, if they were a car, I would have them solidly in "Buick" territory. They're more than a...
  • Paul Konerko's Top 10 moments

     Paul Konerko's Top 10 moments
    Paul Konerko had many great memories in a White Sox uniform, and another famous one wearing street clothes during the victory parade in 2005. As the Sox great's career is winding down to a Sept. 28 finale, here's a compilation of Konerko's Top 10...
  • Paul Konerko grand slam the residue of design

     Paul Konerko grand slam the residue of design
    The defining moment of Paul Konerko's career — at least in the eyes of many of his former teammates — was a dramatic grand slam in the 2005 World Series that helped propel the White Sox to victory in Game 2 and subsequently their first...
  • Ventura knows tough choices White Sox face

    Robin Ventura doesn't need any history lessons. Ventura was playing on the South Side 17 years ago, rushing back from what was originally thought to be a season-ending spring training injury — a broken leg and torn tendons in his ankle —...
  • Garcia getting real anxious to play

    Outfielder Avisail Garcia, who had left shoulder surgery in April and was pronounced out for the season, continues to rehabilitate with hopes of beating the initial prognosis. "I've been swinging with just one hand and I feel great. I just feel a little...
  • Chris Bassitt eager to learn with White Sox

    White Sox pitcher Chris Bassitt said he didn't take away many positives from his first major league start Aug. 30, which he described as "pretty overwhelming." He was much more at ease Wednesday night against the Athletics, matching up with former...
  • Dayan Viciedo hopes future is with White Sox

     Dayan Viciedo hopes future is with White Sox
    The verdict is still out on Dayan Viciedo's future with the White Sox. At least that's what Sox general manager Rick Hahn said this week when addressing where the 25-year-old outfielder/designated hitter/first baseman sits with the team moving into...
  • Chris Sale has chance to show up John Farrell

     Chris Sale has chance to show up John Farrell
    BOSTON — White Sox manager Robin Ventura quipped this week that he questions Red Sox manager John Farrell's education for not picking left-hander Chris Sale for the American League All-Star team that he will be leading next week. It was a joke...
  • Conor Gillaspie leads White Sox to 8-3 victory

    BOSTON — A red and purple bruise colored the side of Conor Gilllaspie's right knee Tuesday afternoon, the result of the pitch that hit his leg and sidelined him Sunday and Monday. The White Sox third baseman said from the visitors' clubhouse at...
  • Matt Lindstrom wants to stay with White Sox

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Matt Lindstrom feels more like he is wrapping up spring training rather than the final two weeks of the White Sox season. What started as a season in which Lindstrom realized his goal to be the Sox closer is ending with a what-...