The day in pictures: Paul Konerko’s jersey retired

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AP Photos/Paul Beaty

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From left, back row: Paul’s parents Hank and Elena, Paul, daughter Amelia, Jennifer, brother Peter; from left front row: sons Owen, and Nick.

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From left: Ozzie Guillen, Robin Ventura, Rick Hahn, Ken Williams, Jerry Reinsdorf, Jim Thome.

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From left: Jennifer left; daughter, Amelia, and sons, Nick and Owen.

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