White Sox

Konerko's home runs through the years

743414.png

Konerko's home runs through the years

Paul Konerko's first career home run came on June 6, 1998 at the Kingdome off Seattle's Bob Wells. It took him four years to hit his next milestone blast, with that coming off Atlanta's Kerry Lightenberg at Turner Field in June of 2002 (a month in which he had four multi-homer games).

No. 200 came three years later off Tim Wakefield in Boston, just a few months before the White Sox won the World Series. His 300th was more memorable for what happened before it, as Konerko and Jermaine Dye became the first teammates in history to hit their 300th home runs in back-to-back at-bats.

And then No. 400 came yesterday off Oakland's Grant Balfour. Interestingly enough, none of these milestone homers have come on the South Side, although the biggest one of his career -- Game 2's grand slam -- happened at U.S. Cellular Field.

MLB.com put together a highlight reel of Konerko's biggest home runs. Enjoy:

Your browser does not support iframes.

Daily White Sox prospects update: Eloy Jimenez homers, Seby Zavala goes to the DL

white_sox_prospects_update.jpeg
NBC SPORTS CHICAGO

Daily White Sox prospects update: Eloy Jimenez homers, Seby Zavala goes to the DL

Here's your daily update on what the White Sox highly touted prospects are doing in the minor leagues.

Double-A Birmingham

Eloy Jimenez hit his eighth home run of the season in a 7-3 loss. Zack Collins and Matt Rose each had a hit, a walk and a run scored. Ian Clarkin gave up five runs and walked five in his five innings. Seby Zavala, who leads the Southern League with 10 homers, went on the disabled list with a wrist injury.

Triple-A Charlotte

Jordan Stephens had a good second outing at the Triple-A level, allowing just one earned run in his 6.1 innings. He allowed five hits and walked two, striking out four batters. In his two starts with Charlotte, he's got a 2.19 ERA with three earned runs allowed in 12.1 innings. Charlie Tilson doubled in the 12-6 win. Thyago Vieira gave up two runs in his lone inning of work, and his ERA stands at 5.85 on the season.

Class A Winston-Salem

The bats seem to have gone a tad cold for the Dash, who suffered a 4-1 loss. The top five hitters in the lineup — Joel Booker, Alex Call, Blake Rutherford, Micker Adolfo and Gavin Sheets — combined to go 2-for-18.

Class A Kannapolis

Lincoln Henzman gave up four earned runs in five innings, allowing a pair of home runs. Luis Gonzalez and Evan Skoug each had a hit in a 5-3 loss.

White Sox Talk Podcast: Manny Machado Mania

machado-sox-pod.jpg
USA TODAY

White Sox Talk Podcast: Manny Machado Mania

Manny Machado to the White Sox?? It's been the dream for many White Sox fans for months.

With Machado in town to the play the White Sox, Chuck Garfien and Vinnie Duber discuss the White Sox chances of signing the soon-to-be-free agent.

Garfien also talks with Nicky Delmonico who played with Machado and fellow free agent to be Bryce Harper on the U.S.A. 18-under national team.

Listen to the full episode at this link or in the embedded player below: