If he was overwhelmed by the first two days of his final homestand, Paul Konerko reached a new level during Saturday night’s extravaganza.
Just in case you think all the attention he has been showered with has made him mushy, Paul Konerko intends to prove the competitor within is still strong.
Would White Sox third-base coach Joe McEwing consider a managerial role if one was offered? Yes.
Nate Jones expects to start throwing around Thanksgiving and has his sights set at pitching again one year after reconstructive elbow surgery.
While Jerry Reinsdorf isn’t sure Paul Konerko wants to manage he has no doubt the slugger’s No. 14 will be retired by the White Sox.