For the first time since 1998, Paul Konerko won't be in the White Sox Opening Day lineup. And that's the way he wants it.
For the first time since 2000, Paul Konerko won't play first base for the White Sox on Opening Day -- and he won't be in the team's Opening Day lineup for the first time since 1998, when he was st
Roger Bossard worked his magic and despite a brutal, dragging winter U.S. Cellular Field is ready for Opening Day.
Maybe it was an ex-teammate’s prank, one last gag after he had been traded, but Adam Eaton thought there was no way Paul Konerko was on the other end of his phone that December day.
Though the matchup doesn’t call for it, the White Sox are considering starting Paul Konerko on Opening Day. But it’s not because the team’s captain has lobbied for a 16th straight Opening Day star