The White Sox announced on Wendesday the re-signing of first baseman Paul Konerko to a one-year deal worth $2.5 million. Konerko, who will be 38 by the start of next season, hit only 12 home runs last year, his lowest total during his 15-year tenure with the team and posted 54 RBIs in 126 games.
So was it the right move to bring back the long-time Sox first baseman? Or should they have looked to fill the position with someone younger?
CSN's Tony Andracki and Scott Krinch give their thoughts on the move and also debate whether the Bears should use the franchise tag on quarterback Jay Cutler.