Paul Konerko's got the right idea. The key for the White Sox at this point isn't so much to make an unbelievable rally to make up two games a week on the Twins, it's to continue winning games like they have lately. The Sox are 9-4 since Aug. 30, a pace that would give them a 13-6 record the rest of the way if they only maintained it. That would give them a 92-70 record and finish what has been an outstanding season, no matter how it ended. It would also put the White Sox in position to benefit if the Twins stumble, as they might. The Sox have to take two out of three from Minnesota this week; they don't have to sweep. But they also need to take out of three from the Tigers, A's, Angels and Indians, and three out of four from the Red Sox. They can't control what happens with the Twins, who can win 96 games by winning half their remaining games, but they can position themselves to make them sweat if they don't finish strong. That's something.