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Paul Konerko named co-winner of Roberto Clemente Award

Retiring Chicago White Sox captain Paul Konerko was named the co-winner of the Roberto Clemente Award along with Philadelphia Phillies shortstop Jimmy Rollins on Friday before Game 3 of the World Series. Konerko and Rollins are the first co-winners of the award, which is given to major league players who make positive contributions to the game and their communities on and off the field. Konerko is also the first White Sox player to win the award. He and his wife, Jennifer, along with Jim and Andrea Thome, founded in 2007 the Bring Me Home Campaign, which supports foster children and their families. "Jennifer and I are truly humbled to receive an award named after such a special player ...

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