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Paul Konerko News & Advice

news | Sep 28th, 11:28pm
Paul Konerko's illustrious 18-year Major League career and 16-year run with the White Sox officially came to an end Sunday afternoon, as he exited the field in the top of the sixth inning of a 6-4 loss to the Royals at U.S. Cellular Field.
news | Sep 28th, 6:04am
To present an idea as to how perfect the Paul Konerko Day celebration was pulled off by the White Sox on Saturday night at U.S. Cellular Field, an overwhelmed Konerko said after a 5-4 victory over the Royals that he couldn't have done a better job laying it out himself.
news | Sep 28th, 5:06am
The White Sox delivered a win for Paul Konerko following his retirement ceremony with a 5-4 victory over the postseason-bound Royals on Saturday night at U.S. Cellular Field.
news | Sep 28th, 3:15am
During Saturday's 40-minute ceremony to honor the retiring White Sox icon, after a video clip from the 2005 World Series celebration, Jerry Reinsdorf recounted his feelings about Paul Konerko... then gave him a special gift.
news | Sep 28th, 1:34am
Chris Claeys gave Paul Konerko the ball from his grand slam in Game 2 of the 2005 World Series during Saturday night's celebration of the retiring captian's career.
news | Sep 28th, 1:26am
The White Sox presented retiring first baseman Paul Konerko with several gifts on Saturday, including a bronze statue unveiled on the left-field concourse at U.S. Cellular Field.
ESPN | Sep 27th, 1:15am
White Sox captain Paul Konerko hasn't even played his last game yet, and already he has been promised that nobody will wear his No. 14 again, while a bronze statue one day will bear his likeness inside the stadium.
news | Sep 27th, 12:48am
White Sox chairman Jerry Reinsdorf and executive vice president Ken Williams noted Paul Konerko's clubhouse leadership as just one of the many things the retiring captain brought to the field every day.
news | Sep 26th, 4:10pm
The locker occupied by Paul Konerko sits in the front corner of the U.S. Cellular Field home clubhouse, occupied previously by the likes of Frank Thomas and Jim Thome. It's situated next to the player mailboxes where countless baseball cards to sign and letters of appreciation have been sent to Konerko over the past 16 years.
news | Sep 26th, 2:00pm
This weekend, it's not "Aye, aye, Captain," but "Goodbye, Captain" for Derek Jeter and Paul Konerko. It's a salute to two stars and an acknowledgement that a relic of a role in Major League clubhouses and dugouts has almost been put out to pasture.
news | Sep 26th, 1:20am
Playing the final games of his career this weekend, White Sox first baseman Paul Konerko looks back at his ability to play almost every single day as one of his legacies.
news | Sep 26th, 12:43am
Paul Konerko has stated numerous times that when he retires following Sunday's contest against the Royals, he will be gone from baseball for quite some time and focused on family life.
news | Sep 25th, 8:22am
Paul Konerko is revered in Chicago for his 16-year stay on the South Side, but his legend took root in the early 1990s at Scottsdale (Ariz.) Chaparral High, where it seemed clear he was destined for greatness.