Paul Konerko 1B/DH CWS 2 Days

Manager Robin Ventura said he would like to give Konerko more playing time in the season's final month, the Chicago Tribune reports. "I'm sure he'll get a few more for everybody's sake," Ventura said.

The White Sox's captain has served in a limited role in his final season, primarily serving as the team's DH and sometime-1B against lefties en route to 179 at-bats. The team might up that time in the final month to give him a "proper" sendoff, but don't expect it to increase too significantly -- he has rarely played on back-to-back days this season, so it might be difficult to play a full week of games.

Paul Konerko 1B/DH CWS 21 Days

Konerko went 0-for-3 with a walk in Thursday's loss to Seattle.

With a limited role, Konerko has done very little in what is almost certainly his final season as a big league player, hitting .236/.278/.376 while making 36 starts. Look for him to see a start or two per week during the remaining weeks of the season, perhaps with an uptick in playing time when the White Sox close out their home schedule in September.

Paul Konerko 1B/DH CWS 3 Months

Paul Konerko went 3-for-4 with a solo home run Saturday against the Royals.

It was the only offense of the day for the White Sox. Konerko hasn't played much since Jose Abreu returned from the DL, so he had just nine at-bats this month coming into Saturday's action. The 38-year-old now has four home runs on the season and 438 for his career, which ties Andre Dawson for 42nd on the all-time list.

Paul Konerko 1B/DH CWS 3 Months

Paul Konerko provided the offense in the White Sox's win over Padres on Sunday, hitting his third home run of 2014 while going 2-for-3 at the plate with three RBI.

Konerko slugged a solo home run in the second inning to get the Sox on the board. He then added a two-run double in the sixth to give Chicago all the runs it needed in the 4-1 victory. Konerko, who is batting just .191, has had a hard time adjusting to a part-time role this season.

Paul Konerko 1B/DH CWS 3 Months

Paul Konerko (back) has returned to the starting lineup Saturday against the Padres.

Konerko didn't start Wednesday or Friday due to a back strain, but he's going to try to give it a go. The 37-year-old has received more playing time since Jose Abreu landed on the DL, but he'll move back into a part-time role again soon.

Paul Konerko 1B/DH CWS 3 Months

Paul Konerko hit a two-run homer off the Royals' Jason Vargas in Monday's win.

Konerko should be the White Sox's regular first baseman for a couple of weeks while Jose Abreu rests his ankle. He probably won't go on a homer spree to celebrate, but it'd sure be nice. Tonight's long ball was his second of the year.

Paul Konerko 1B/DH CWS 4 Months

Paul Konerko doubled twice and drove in three runs as the White Sox beat the Cubs 8-3 on Wednesday.

Konerko was finally able to make a big contribution in a White Sox win. He entered with two RBI on the season, both of which came in losses. The start tonight was his first since April 27, and he hadn't had any at-bats at all since April 29.

Paul Konerko 1B/DH CWS 4 Months

Paul Konerko went 3-for-4 with a double and a run scored as the White Sox defeated the Tigers on Wednesday.

Konerko, who has played sparingly, was hitting .105 in 20 plate appearances entering the night. The 38-year-old was making only his fourth start of the season. With Adam Dunn and Jose Abreu hitting so well, it's hard to fault the White Sox for using Konerko so sparingly.

Paul Konerko 1B/DH CWS 4 Months

Making just his second start of the season, Paul Konerko went 0-for-4 on Thursday, leaving him 1-for-13.

With Adam Dunn and Jose Abreu off to such nice starts, the White Sox haven't found much for Konerko to do yet. Fortunately, that seems to be OK with him, though he'd surely prefer to better capitalize on what chances he does get.

Paul Konerko 1B/DH CWS 5 Months

Paul Konerko went 2-for-3 with a two-run home run as the White Sox defeated the Mariners 7-6 on Monday.

Konerko took Blake Beavan deep in the sixth inning, ultimately chasing the right-hander out of the game. It is the veteran's first blast of the spring. He also singled for good measure and his spring average is up to .256. The 38-year-old, entering his final season, posted a lackluster .669 OPS last season.