Paul Konerko slowed by stiff neck

Updated: June 1, 2013, 11:04 PM ET
By Eric Gilmore | Special to ESPNChicago.com

OAKLAND, Calif. -- The struggling Chicago White Sox offense likely will be without slugger Paul Konerko for at least one game and possibly longer because of a sore neck.

Konerko woke up with a stiff neck Saturday and, after striking out twice as the designated hitter against the Athletics later in the day, he took himself out of the game in the top of the six inning, with Casper Wells pinch hitting.

"Just wound up, the lower right part of my neck," Konerko said.

"I woke ...

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