MORRISTOWN, N. Cheap Air Max 90 Wholesale .J. -- Mark Sanchez plans on staying put after this season. As unlikely as it may seem because of his hefty contract, the injured quarterback wants to return to the New York Jets. And, Sanchez joked, he could be back with a super-powered arm. "The way things are coming along, it sounds like Ill be bionic," Sanchez said with a big smile Tuesday. "I dont want to say like Rookie of the Year, but hopefully something like that, where Ill come back better." Sanchez is out for the season after tearing the labrum in his right shoulder in the preseason and having surgery early last month. He spoke publicly Tuesday for the first time since his surgery before volunteering at a community soup kitchen at Church of the Redeemer in Morristown. The quarterback has three years remaining on his contract, but his $13.1 million salary cap number for next season makes it unlikely the team would keep him at that amount. If it were up to Sanchez, though, he wouldnt go anywhere. "Thats all Im thinking about, coming back next year, leading this team and playing well," he said. "I know Ive heard a lot of stuff on the outside about me not being here and stuff like that. I dont know if thats necessarily the case in the building. Hopefully, not. Hopefully, Im a Jet. "Thats where I am. Thats where I want to be." When asked if he truly sees a future in New York as the Jets quarterback, Sanchez didnt hesitate. "Absolutely," he said. "I mean, theres no doubt about that. Its been a dream come true to play here and I dont want to go anywhere else, thats for sure. I know I have (three) years left, and I dont ever want that to end. I love being a Jet and I plan on being here." Sanchez has not spoken to the team about his future with the franchise, but it would make financial sense for the Jets to release him in March. Thats when a $2 million roster bonus is due, and the move would save the Jets $8.3 million in cap space. "Well see what happens," he said. Sanchez was injured in the Jets third preseason game against the Giants when Marvin Austin slammed into his shoulder. Coach Rex Ryan was heavily criticized for putting Sanchez in the game in relief of rookie Geno Smith because it was widely assumed the veteran had likely won the quarterback competition -- and was playing with mostly backups and third-stringers at the time of the injury. While his doctors have been happy with his progress, Sanchez acknowledged it has been tough to be a spectator while bouncing between doctor visits in New Jersey, California and Florida. "Its definitely different, something I dont wish on anybody," he said. "Not even on your worst enemy you dont wish this on. Its hard to be away. Its hard to not be in the locker room, be on the plane, be on the bus. Little things like that, you miss it so much. "All the wins, even the tough times, the struggles, it makes you appreciate those times and how much you love being out on the field and how much you love playing." In an ironic twist, the Jets could actually use Sanchez in a big way at this point. He looked mostly solid during the summer in Marty Mornhinwegs system before the injury. "Its just tearing me up that I cant play for him," Sanchez said. Smith is struggling mightily with one touchdown and 10 interceptions in his last six games, but the only other options are inexperienced backup Matt Simms and veteran David Garrard, who hasnt played a regular-season game since 2010. Through it all, Sanchez focuses only on getting back on the field. "This could be a blessing in disguise," he said. "A lot of people have told me that. Its hard to see that while youre going through it, but it does give you a different perspective." NOTES: Sanchez created a stir on Twitter last week when a picture of him wearing his hair in corn rows surfaced. 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CHICAGO -- Down 0-2 in the count in the 11th inning, Leury Garcia did something surprising: He bunted for a base hit. What happened next was even more unexpected. Garcia scored on a balk and a pair of wild pitches by Samuel Deduno, giving Chicago White Sox a 7-6 win over the Minnesota Twins on Wednesday. Before a crowd of just 10,625, Chicago came back from a 6-4 deficit in the ninth on Garcias run-scoring single off Glen Perkins and Adam Eatons RBI grounder. Garcia said he made the call on his own to try and bunt even though the count was against him. "You have to work on it," Garcia said. "Ive been working and that was the perfect time to do it, and I do it. It was perfect." The speedy Garcia bunted up the third-base line on an 0-2 pitch leading off the 11th and took second when, with Eaton at the plate, Deduno (0-1) never came to a set position and balked. Eaton struck out, Deduno bounced an outside pitch that hit off Suzukis glove as Garcia advanced, and Marcus Semien took a called third strike. After an intentional walk to Jose Abreu, Deduno threw way outside on a 3-2 to pitch to Adam Dunn, and the ball hit off Suzukis glove as Garcia came home. Ronald Belisario (1-0) pitched 1 1-3 hitless innings for the win. "You get momentum from that," manager Robin Ventura said. "There are ways to hit a home run and win a game, and theres another way to manufacture it and come back. By coming back and then you win later, I dont know how many times we did that last year, not many. You end up doing something that feels new and feels fresh for these guys." Dunns solo homer in the eighth off Jared Burton pulled the White Sox to 6-5, but Kurt Suzuki hit a run-scoring double in the ninth against Daniel Wenn for a two-run cushion. The game was delayed during the top of the seventh after Eaton appeared to catch Oswaldo Arcias fly ball to centre and then dropped it when he went to grrab the ball from his glove. Cheap Air Max 90 For Sale. The play was ruled a catch, but the Twins challenged the call and it was overturned by a replay umpire in New York. Twins manager Ron Gardenhire said the long delay forced him to pull starting pitcher Kevin Correia earlier than he wanted. "We were definitely going to challenge," Gardenhire said. "The length of it couldnt be helped from what I heard but it took too long for everybody involved." White Sox left-hander Felipe Paulino, back from elbow and shoulder surgery, made his first start since June 6, 2012, against Minnesota as a member of the Kansas City Royals. He allowed two runs -- one earned -- and seven hits in 5 1-3 innings with six strikeouts and two walks. Paulino laboured at times and threw 109 pitches. Twins starter Kevin Correia gave up three runs -- two earned -- and five hits in six innings with five strikeouts and a walked. It wasnt really a situation where I couldnt go back out there," Correia said. "It was 35 degrees, and I dont know how long that inning was taking already. But it pretty much came down to that review. Without that review, I definitely think Im going back out there." Trevor Plouffe had three RBIs for the Twins, who took a 5-3 lead with a three-run seventh. Alexei Ramirez had a two-run double for the Whiter Sox. NOTES: Twins reliever Casey Fien was diagnosed with a bruised left ankle when hit on a ball up the middle off Eatons bat ending the seventh inning. ... White Sox C Adrian Nieto made his major league debut as a pinch runner in the ninth. ... White Sox 3B Conor Gillaspie (flu) was scratched from the lineup. ... LHP Jose Quintana starts for the White Sox in the series finale against the Twins, who start RHP Hughes in his Twins debut. ... 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