2:21 PM EDT, Wed October 01, 2014

Rodon gives White Sox options in 2015

CHICAGO – Unlike last year, the Chicago White Sox seem open to heading into a new season with four left-handed starters. General manager Rick Hahn confirmed that while not the ideal scenario, the team is open to having prospect Carlos Rodon compete for a rotation spot in the spring to join a starting staff that already includes lefties Chris Sale, Jose Quintana and John Danks. A year ago, the White Sox took a different route, breaking up a potential lefty foursome by including Hector Santiago in a three-team trade that landed leadoff man Adam Eaton.

Bennett just misses TD, and Bears never recover

Martellus Bennett didn't need to see a replay. He was certain how officials should have ruled his reception on the last play of the first half Sunday.
Chicago Tribune Sep 29, 2014

Bennett just misses TD, and Bears never recover

Martellus Bennett didn't need to see a replay. He was certain how officials should have ruled his reception on the last play of the first half Sunday.
Chicago Sun-Times Sep 28, 2014

White Sox fans cheer Paul Konerko one last time

The curtain closed on the White Sox’ season and, much more ceremoniously, on Paul Konerko’s career in a 6-4 loss Sunday to the Kansas City Royals at U.S. Cellular Field. To be sure, Konerko’s career provided more lasting memories than the Sox’ 2014 season, which goes in the books with a 73-89 record and fourth-place finish in the five-team American League Central. Konerko finished with 439 home runs, 1,412 RBI, 2,349 games, a World Series ring, an American...
Chicago Sun-Times Sep 28, 2014

Rick Hahn, White Sox might be more active in free agency

On a pass/fail basis, general manager Rick Hahn gave the 2014 White Sox a “fail” grade, saying this year wasn’t a success because they didn’t win a championship. The Sox are rebuilding, though, so to call it a complete failure would be a bit harsh. “We’re pleased with the progress we’ve made,’’ Hahn said before the Sox lost to the Kansas City Royals 6-4 in their last game Sunday. The Sox finished at 73-89 and had 10 more wins than last season. The...
Northwest Herald Sep 28, 2014

White Sox lose to Royals in Konerko's final game

CHICAGO – Paul Konerko waved his cap to one more adoring crowd. The reserved slugger popped out for a curtain call when the standing ovation just kept going. He lingered on the field after the game, exchanging high-fives with the fans who lined the field to grab one more moment with the retiring star.

Europe retains Ryder Cup

GLENEAGLES, Scotland — It was a sound the American players dreaded all weekend.

Konerko has rousing sendoff, even without hits

CHICAGO – Paul Konerko has played in six All-Star Games, a World Series and was an MVP of an American League Championship Series, yet the three games he played this weekend against the Kansas City were likely the toughest of his career. The longtime team captain went 0-for-10 in his farewell weekend, grounding out to third base in the fifth inning Sunday in his final major league at-bat. With a sore hand after breaking a bone earlier this month and a tight back that stiffened up on him over the weekend, Konerko also had to deal with the emotions of his final start that included gifts, a...
Chicago Sun-Times Sep 28, 2014

Paul Konerko plays final game; White Sox lose to Royals

The curtain closed on the White Sox’ season, and Paul Konerko’s career as well with a 6-4 loss to the Kansas City Royals Sunday at U.S. Cellular Field. Konerko, playing in his final game, went 0-for-3 with two strikeouts despite vocal, full support from a crowd of 32,266 who came to see the Sox great play his final game. The Royals, needing a win and a loss by the Tigers to tie for first place in the AL Central, emptied their bench but came from behind and took...

White Sox set to undergo more rebuilding

CHICAGO – Headed in a positive direction now, the Chicago White Sox still finished with a losing record in 2014, and the bar is set extremely high for general manager Rick Hahn as the offseason begins. The additions of Jose Abreu and Adam Eaton last winter have the offense in better shape than it was a year ago. But those additions also are a tough act to follow for Hahn, as the fan base yearns for more improvement and a better 2015. Is Hahn challenging himself to match and possibly exceed last year’s roster maneuvering?

Rapid Reaction: Royals 6, White Sox 4

CHICAGO – Paul Konerko's career came to a close Sunday in the Chicago White Sox's 6-4 defeat to the Kansas City Royals. How it happened: Konerko ended his 18-year career Sunday with an 0-for-3 performance. He played 16 of those seasons in a White Sox uniform. With standing ovations in his honor all day long, Konerko struck out twice and grounded out to third base during his final at-bat in the fifth inning. Konerko took his position at first base before the sixth inning started, but he was replaced by Andy Wilkins before a pitch was thrown, getting a standing ovation as he left the field...

Abreu sits with record in hand

CHICAGO – With the Chicago White Sox rookie record for home runs already his, Jose Abreu was not in the starting lineup for Sunday’s season finale. Abreu broke a tie with Ron Kittle for the rookie mark when he launched his 36th home run in the first inning of Saturday’s game against the Kansas City Royals. Where it once looked like Abreu would be a lock to own the record, a significant power outage took the matter down to the final weekend of the season before the slam-dunk rookie of the year found the strength for one more long ball.
Chicago Sun-Times Sep 28, 2014

White Sox give King the royal treatment

This was a lovefest White Sox fans didn’t want to miss, and 38,160 proved it Saturday night by turning out at U.S. Cellular Field on Paul Konerko Day. They chanted “Paulie” all night, held up signs, flashed their camera lights and stood up for every at-bat, hoping to see a base hit — or more, probably — that would top off an otherwise perfect night. They didn’t get a hit. Konerko went 0-for-3 with two strikeouts in the Sox’ 5-4 victory over the Kansas...
Northwest Herald Sep 28, 2014

White Sox spoil Royals' chance at 1st place

CHICAGO – A share of the AL Central was up for grabs. The Kansas City Royals couldn't quite reach it.

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