Chicago Sun-Times
with sports reporters Daryl Van Schouwen and Chris De Luca

Post-game Tuesday

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NEW YORK - What was learned on Tuesday?
--Paul Konerko is more important to the White Sox lineup than people think.
--Josh Fields needs surgery when the season ends. Suffering from right knee soreness twice this year, the plan is for Fields to undergo arthroscopic surgery in the Fall, cleaning up the knee and getting him ready for what could be his most important offseason - whether he's with the organization at that point or sent elsewhere in a trade - a very possible scenario.
"If you would have asked me last year I would have said that I will be in Chicago for sure,'' Fields said Tuesday. "But now ... I would love to stay here, but I don't know what is in their plans. I do know they have a lot of decisions to make this offseason. I also know that I'm a big-league ballplayer and should be playing there, so I'll end up - whether it's in Chicago or some other place - in the big leagues having success.''
--Juan Uribe might be playing himself into a free-agent deal with the Sox this offseason to be a key reserve.
--Clayton Richard gets the starting nod on Wednesday, while Lance Broadway, well, just continues leaving the ladies swooning.

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Seriously!!!! Richard has decent stuff but, what does Broadway have to do to get another chance. Come on Ozzie, get over the Yankees record against lefties, Floyd did well last night didn't he and he is right handed. Hopefully he pulls him out after 4.

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