Latest Update Paul Konerko said he was satisfied with his ret Sat Sep, 20, 12:16 AM
Still has power and a very good batting eye. Over the years, he has learned to take a walk and has shown clutch ability driving runners in. Is a born leader.
Flaws: : Is in steady decline. He's not a gold-glove caliber first baseman by any stretch. Like most first sackers, he lacks mobility and is slow around the bases.
Konerko was satisfied, but it is doubtful his fantasy owners were. Konerko will likely get a few more starts in the last week of his career, but there is no reason to play him in any format.Analyst: Steve Pimental
This will be Konerko's swan song. He is set to retire at the end of this season and with the White Sox out of it, they will likely give their veteran first baseman a few starts as we inch toward the finish line next weekend.Analyst: David Kerr
Thanks for saying you will maybe play on Wednesday Pauly. His fantasy production has completely fallen off the cliff as the veteran first baseman has aged. It's Jose Abreu's team now.Analyst: Mark Kaplan
The swelling in Konerko's hand has gone down but he's still having a little trouble gripping and swinging the bat. He is hoping to be back before the end of the current road trip.Analyst: Howard Bender