December 8, 2010 by staff
Paul Konerko, Paul Konerko, first baseman for the Chicago Whitesox, will compete for first base. The powerful programming Whitesox just got more pop, with the signing of Adam Dunn (four years and $ 56 million) who also plays first base. However, Chicago general manager Kenny Williams said he hopes to bring Konerko back and have his bat in the lineup right even Dunn.
They would probably substitute the first designated hitter. “Not only is there room for it, this would be ideal from our point of view,” Williams said. “We can not get too far ahead of ourselves.” Paul Konerko was offered salary arbitration on November 23. He is looking for a big increase in its $ 12 million he earned in 2009. Last year, he posted a .312 batting average, hit 39 homers and has produced 111 runs.
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