(CBS) – With countless “deals on the table” around Major League Baseball, the uncertainty of where a man and his family will be on Aug. 1 weighs heavy on players. White Sox players such as […]
White Sox ace Chris Sale completely dominated the Padres on Sunday, running his record to 5-0 with a 1.59 ERA.
Derek Jeter and Paul Konerko have been friendly adversaries for 15 years of Yankee-White Sox wars. Both iconic players are now bowing out after historic careers.
Here’s to Alfonso Soriano, who always displayed the utmost professionalism in Chicago.
White Sox manager Robin Ventura questioned the effort of his players after a 5-1 loss to Arizona on Sunday in Chicago, and he spoke about the “uninspired” effort again before playing at Oakland on Monday night hoping for a spark. All he could complain about after the latest loss is that the comeback came too late.
Making some of his final baseball stops, Paul Konerko is looking forward to his bounty of mementos from his final active season.
If Kyle Fuller is better than Charles Tillman, there’s no need for an apprenticeship.
Paul Konerko has a four-game hitting
A sample size of the 2014 White Sox offense shows the polar opposite of the inept 2013 squad that finished 29th in runs scored.
Abreu has set an MLB rookie record for RBIs in the season’s first month.
Paul Konerko has been more interested observer than participant in the first two weeks of the season.
Rick Hahn needs some of the younger White Sox to reach their potentially quickly.
The essence of leadership is being selfless. Paul Konerko has proved one more time why he has been the ultimate teammate and leader of the White Sox for 16 years.
White Sox veteran Paul Konerko doesn’t think baseball is meant to be played in Chicago in April.
The White Sox will break up the lefties in their starting rotation.
Paul Konerko is ready to take on a minor or major role for the 2014 White Sox.
White Sox general manager Rick Hahn sees value in Paul Konerko on and off the field.
The White Sox may face late-inning binds because of Konerko’s lack of versatility.
White Sox second baseman Gordon Beckham could bat second, eighth or ninth in the order.
Konerko also doesn’t plan — for now — on staying in baseball after his retirement.