NEW YORK — Sox captain Paul Konerko, who will retire after the season, was honored by the Yankees on Sunday before he played his final game in New York. Konerko said it was the highlight of his season. ‘‘The first game I ever went to as a kid was at Yankee Stadium, when I was 6 years old,’’ said Konerko, who was born in Providence, Rhode Island. ‘‘The fact that I’m getting a gift for something I did on the field in all the time between that and now...
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